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. No, really. 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.” SMH.
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?” “Yes.” “…….okay, bring it in and I can return it for you.” “Thank you!”
“How much was that pen?” “$1.49.” “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: Telepathy. 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...
Listen, lady, making grunting noises at me when I ask you if you have our savings card is not only weird and creepy, but it doesn’t answer my question. Oh, and tank tops over tshirts went out in like 1994.
#394 way to make the cashier angry: Wait until after all your items are bagged. Then state, “Oh, I don’t need a bag!” and smile.
When asked a question, standing there staring at me is not only NOT an acceptable form of response, it’s extremely rude. Thank you killing my dwindling faith in the common decency of mankind.
“Did you want the receipt with you or in the bag?” “Yes.” … #SMH
Customers have this extra sense. They just KNOW when the cashier is away from the register and suddenly, they all have to check out right that second at the same time. It’s like being a superhero. Except not really.
Remember when your mom told you it was rude to interrupt? Well, she was right. It IS rude to interrupt. This still holds true today. So, STOP interrupting me. And call your mom and tell her thank you.
Dear customer, I am not a dog. Please refrain from whistling or snapping your fingers at me. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Dear Customer, If you were in as big of a hurry as you claim to be, then you wouldn’t have stopped here to shop. Stop being rude and lazy. That is all.
Dear Customer, Attempting to jam the stylus through the screen does NOT help. Gently tapping the screen is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your cooperation.
Dear Customer, When you complain about a beeping, an alarm going off, or some other random noise, just be thankful YOU get to LEAVE. :)
Dear Customer, I regret to inform you that sighing loudly, tapping your foot, and staring at me does NOT make my register run any faster. Thank you for trying anyway. Feel free to continue. :)
Shop•per Am•ne•sia (Noun) A partial or total loss of memory concerning where one acquired their shopping cart
Thank you, TLC for making every customer think they are an EXTREME COUPONER. I appreciate it. :)
Dear retail establishment I’m currently employed at: PLEASE for the love of small baby kittens, take whatever device you have installed on the doors to render customers incompetent and helpless OFF. Kthanks. :)