I understand that it is raining outside. However, I do not understand why you feel it’s necessary to lay your WET umbrella on my counter. Not only is it rude and inconsiderate to ME, but especially to your fellow customers.
Thank you for telling me how to do my job.
However, I assure you I was adequately trained by my employer, even if it was over eight years ago, I’ve had tons of hands on experience.
Have a nice day.
I swear shopping carts are like rabbits. I put away four and six more appear.
“Your total today is $25.67.”
“Are you sure?”
“Nope. Just checking to make sure you’re paying attention.”
Saying “Sorry!” four times to me when you answer your phone and have a conversation while I’m trying to ring you up doesn’t excuse your insanely rude behavior.
“Thank you for calling —beeeeeep—, how may I help you?”
“I need to return an item.”
“……did you have the receipt?”
“…….okay, bring it in and I can return it for you.”
“How much was that pen?”
“I thought it said 5 for $5.”
“…You have to get FIVE for them to be a $1 each.”
“Oh. Guess I didn’t read the whole sign.”
My name tag does NOT say “Personal Shopper”; it does, however, say “Sales Associate”.
Don’t worry, I just checked. :)
After eight years, I’m damn good at my job. One skill I have yet to master:
Please keep this in mind the next time you visit a retail establishment. :)
For the love of small baby kolas everywhere, please please PLEASE tell me if your item isn’t ringing up as marked. Do NOT wait until you’ve already paid to point out the twenty-seven cent difference. As much as I wouldn’t have cared DURING the transaction, now I really wish I had a rope to pull that would dump a bucket of slime on your head (Nickelodeon, anyone?). Have a great day and try not to anger your cashier. :)