So here's a dilemma: A month ago I bought a bunch of stone from Home Depot. A fire pit, sidewalk blocks, etc. The procedure to buy them was such a pain in the ass - go outside, get a list from the attendant, come inside and wait in line to get an invoice, then go and wait in line to pay, then come out and get loaded. It was heavy enough (probably 2,500lbs) that I split the load in half so as to not overextend my 16-year-old truck. They loaded me for the first half, and true to form I had to go BACK inside and have my invoice re-done to reflect that I had taken some of the stones. I went home and unloaded, and when I came back the entire part of the parking lot that was fenced off and filled with yardstones had not a soul in it. I proceeded to load myself with over 1,500lbs of stone (the firepit stones were last, and heavier) and still...never saw a person. I went up to the till in the garden centre when I was done and asked if I needed any kind of paperwork done, and the cashier said "No, but there should be someone out there." So I thought, fuck it. I'm leaving. Now, my dilemma: HD left a voicemail yesterday asking me when I planned on picking up the remaining stones on my order. Since they had no one outside to witness me taking this stuff, they have no idea that I took it. I could go back and pick up another load of rock. Or I could go back and get a refund. Or I could be honest, call them and say I already took the rock and to update their computer accordingly. What should I do? Normally I'd be honest, but holy shit it was a nightmare trying to buy it, and I'm tempted to shove this one up their ass. Focus: It's football season! Let's do hot sports chicks. And other random stuff.