Recently, at the supermarket checkout:
Me (pointing to tray of meat on the conveyor belt): "Could you please wrap that up separately...?"
Clerk (nodding & smiling at me as she puts the meat into a separate plastic bag, and then into the reusable tote with the rest of the food): "I know, hon... I'm a mom!"
(Me, thinking: "I'm NOT a mom, but I still thought of it. Should I NOT know this because I'm not a mom? Is motherhood a prerequisite for knowledge of food safety practices? Shouldn't you know this because you handle food as part of your job? Isn't it really just common sense?")