The Dancing With The Stars contestant went on to explain that the only joy she got from shopping was chatting to her ‘glorious checkout chick Tracy,' however Woolworths has now replaced cashiers with self-service scanners meaning she no longer gets to see Tracy.
'By the time I get to Woolies I'm only really ready for one thing. And it's not my son trying to steal a Kinder Surprise or my baby refusing to sit in your trolleys or my daughter going missing,' she said.
'It's Tracy. She's always smiling, laughing at my kids, telling me about hers, reassuring me and she scans my shopping like a legend.
'But guess what Woolies? Tracy isn't scanning my shopping anymore... It's all me.'
'So I now have to scan my own shopping at Woolies and talk to a machine that's telling me to please place my item in the packing area and it IS in the packing area,' she said.
'Or it can't fit in the packing area and has moved to my trolley but machino can't comprehendo. And I don't even get a discount for my troubles,’ she continued.
'It's not a choice any more you're making me, with my mountain of shopping, deal with this robot when I should be telling Tracy my marital problems,'
'Please bring back the checkout people... human contact should be a daily occurrence not a dying art.'
Constance shares baby son Raja with Denim, as well as Billie-Violet, Arlo Love, Rumi and Snow from her former husband, Bill and Denim’s two sons Zeyke and Sunny, from a previous relationship.
Earlier this month, the blogger shared a raw post with fans about how she is struggling to cope with being a mother of seven.
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