Lee Suckling explains why he spent his Sunday afternoon browsing the aisles of big box Kiwi shops.

When was the last time you weren't rushing down the fluorescent aisles of the supermarket, eager to grab what you need and get the hell out of there?

Modern shopping has become a contributor to stress. It's a chore, not a pleasure. We want it to be efficient because every minute wasted in a store is time you could be at home "enjoying your real life".

I just spent five hours on Sunday afternoon browsing the aisles of Pak'nSave, Briscoes, Kmart, and The

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