Had a customer today who placed three wrinkled balled up dollar bills on the counter to pay. I mean WTF is that. I expect that from a kid who is still learning how to interact with a cashier not from someone who looks like they have an AARP card. Now it wouldn't even be that big of an issue if he at least attempted to straighten out the money and then placed it on the counter nicely plus it was no where near me. And his wife could've saved them both when she got the change out but all she did was place them on top of the dollar bills. When I collected the money I said Thank You for placing the money in my hand. I know I probably should not have said that, but I don't care. What about my Retail Rights?
I hate line bullies - These are the customers who come up all on top of the customer you're checking out in hopes of rushing the transaction Yea see how fast I go, back the f*c* up line bullie. I hope I am there the day a line bully gets shoved back. Line bullies never have their method of payment ready and they always want to take forever to get their s*it together to leave.
You purchased a book three months ago, don't have a receipt today, and you wonder why we won't take it back. I mean really wtf.
I love it when customers come to the help desk and can't get the title out. I am looking foorrrrrr its hmmm, its hmm a book I need hmmm, its hmmm new I need Hmmm,
All I am thinking while this is going on is what you need are a few consonants and a couple of vowels, wtf is the title
I hate explaining what Out of Print means. I do it at least once a day. I always have to explain it three different ways before they get it and a few still ask if I can order it. I mean wtf is so hard to understand about Out of Print
Now, I actually look forward to the racist and sexist customers who don't want to be bothered with me, unfortunately there aren't enough of those.
To be continued