In a specific situation: online stores that cannot possibly store payment details because you pay using paypal, but require registration. What reason is there to use good passwords here? Breaking into my account will only give access to my order history (assumed to be boring) and my address (realistically publicly available anyway).
If I'm using a good password manager synced across all devices I might want to access the site from, a strong random password that I never need to know is easy. If I'm not, why shouldn't I use "password"?
The paypal account is assumed to be using a strong password, of course.