It is possible to have complicated feelings on an issue. No, I don't support opening packaging in stores, and I wouldn't do it as an adult. Yes, I regret doing that, especially when we damaged the packaging (although most of the time it was harmless). Eventually we felt guilty and stopped. I don't think any of us have done that for the better part of a decade, if not over a decade. Nowadays we'll just buy a package and be surprised, or order what we want on eBay. If I were a store employee, I would certainly stop customers from doing the same thing we did, and make them purchase anything they opened. I can frown upon the action of opening packaging in stores, and (at the same time) sympathize and agree with the thought-process behind it. Sorry if that seems self-contradictory. I guess it's similar to how I support the effort behind something like the Star Wars: Despecialized Edition, but frown upon the act of pirating movies. Or how I would love everything to be free, but I acknowledge that stores can't literally give their merchandise away. Or how I profess my love for fast-food while also acknowledging that it's bad for me. It's possible to have seemingly contradictory feelings on something.