Of course I didn't say anything to him because I think it's rude to comment on the purchases of strangers, except maybe to ask where they found a particular item, but I wondered then, and still wonder, when Radish Man happens to cross my mind, what on earth someone does with that many radishes. If I saw someone buying copious amounts of fruit, I'd think jam or jelly making, or maybe canning. But this was a metric shit-ton of radishes; even if you were making crudite platters for 1,000 people, you wouldn't need anywhere near the amount of radishes that he was buying. BTW, these were the tiny, round, red radish variety, so he wasn't making horseradish sauce; that's a different radish. While it's certainly possible for someone to have a deep and abiding fondness for radishes, it seems like so many would go bad before he could consume them, as much as he was buying.
Seriously, Radish Man - what were you going to do with that many crates of radishes???