Once upon a time I was a walking BuzzFeed stereotype of a college student and stopped by my local hardware store to buy some mason jars and a potted succulent arrangement. (This self-awareness is post-ironic.)
But even if I hadn’t been a clueless college student, it still would have been totally unacceptable for the bored, apathetic employee behind the register to charge me twice for the $5 succulent I ended up purchasing, especially since my meager transaction only included five items. But having been a clueless college student at the time, I only noticed the discrepancy on my receipt a few hours later and, of course, promptly lost the receipt that weekend in a collegiate lapse of judgment before I could go in and dispute the charge.
However, I begrudgingly give Glover Park Hardware partial credit for at least having the decency to sell me a healthy succulent, as I managed to keep the succulent alive until it fell off the broken window AC unit in my decrepit hovel of a senior year house.
You’d be much better off going to Home Depot instead.