I dropped 4 quarts of oil, some replacement bulbs, and a can of Seafoam on the counter. There were 3 quarts of Valvoline (various weights, $3.xx each), and 1 quart of Mobil 1 ($8.9x each). The Seafoam was $7. So as I went to put my little basket away, I heard the scanner beep 4 times and saw from the corner of my eye he scanned 1 cheap Valvoline 4 times. When I got back to the counter, he had my total up, and I pointed out the Mobil 1 was different and $6 more than the one he scanned. He said, "Yeah I got it, oh wait...Ah don't worry about it." So I paid (with cash, dammit ) and he bagged the order, then saw the Seafoam, which I didn't realize he didn't ring. He said "Is this yours?", then said "Don't worry about it, have a nice night." Certain aspects of my life obligate me to be honest, not to mention that it's just the right thing to do. Plus, I know I'd have made a stink if he rung up the $9 Mobil 1 four times by accident, so I felt very awkward and like I was ripping them off. The guy was the manager, though, and I pointed it out to him and said I wanted to pay for them. So anyway, I'm nuerotic and will probably go back there on the way to work tomorrow and pay for them, but for tonight, I saved $12 at Autozone!