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    Quote Originally Posted by travis82 View Post
    Dear retail workers.....

    one important question.


    Is working on Black Friday the worst day of your life??
    I wouldn't say just Black Friday, I would say around the Holidays. People get more aggravated, more scammers/thieves come out of the would work and it is consistently busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    I wouldn't say just Black Friday, I would say around the Holidays. People get more aggravated, more scammers/thieves come out of the would work and it is consistently busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by travis82 View Post
    Is working on Black Friday the worst day of your life??
    I would say that the last 3 months of the year are the toughest in retail, generally. Pretty much Halloween is the last vestige of any real enjoyment, at least that I myself personally have. After Halloween, it's literally 2 straight months of nothing but knuckling down day in and day out at work.

    Not only do you have to deal with angrier customers, scammers and thieves, etc. in the front of house, in the back of house, you also have to deal with larger shipments and workloads - of course depending on the retailer and how each store does things, you may be granted extra time to deal with the extra workload, but sometimes, you really are expected to deal with a double amount of work in the same amount of time as a regular workload, and it just falls on you to get it done. And oh well, if you don't.

    Yes, some businesses are ruthlessly cold like that. I've worked for one that is.

    I'll never forget when I worked for Dollar Tree, when I was an assistant manager working for them. I was the opening manager the morning of the day after Christmas 2009. One of our morning routine duties was to read all the emails, and listen to our district manager's voicemail message he would leave us, so we'd have our instructions on what to get done for the day. One of the things the district manager wanted done was to immediately layoff/fire all of the district-wide temps who were Christmas help. If your store needed people, and your Christmas temps could be used to fill that gap, then you were allowed to make them permanent hires, part-time of course. But any extra people non-negotiably had to be let go of, preferably that day (December 26th - the day after Christmas). When talking about laying the Christmas temps off, I'll never forget these words from the district manager: "Show them the realities of life..."

    Like, "Oh well, we've gotten what we wanted out of you. Enjoy being tossed aside while the rest of us move on... "

    It is all of that combined and put together that just kills the spirit of Christmas and the holiday season for me.

    Interestingly enough, towards the end of last week's rotation at my store, one young woman asked me if I was looking forward to Christmas. I always try to be polite and diplomatic (you have to be, when working with the public), but at the same time, I'm going to give you an honest answer. So I just - I thought - politely declined, "Meh, not really, Christmas is not really my thing." The way her and her friends all looked at me, you'd have thought I just grew a second head and started breathing fire. She flat told me, "You should've just said yes."

    I don't mean to get started off on another tangent, or for what I'm about to say to be so deep and heavy, but Christmas isn't my favorite time of the year for a number of reasons...

    >> I work in retail.
    >> Being a December baby (Dec 8th), my birthday has always been kind of glossed over in the shadow of "But It's Christmas Time!!!!!!! Working in retail has only exacerbated this - I'm usually working, and don't even get to celebrate my own birthday until the moment's passed. By then, what's the point,really?
    >> Christmas is a Christian holiday - I'm not Christian, and do not believe in the god of the Christians. It is what it is.
    >> Christmas is another grim reminder of just how alone I am. While people gather around with their family and friends, I'm stuck at home surfing the internet or playing video games to pass the time. If my boss and his gf from my other job didn't invite me out for Thanksgiving, I'd have just sat at home the entire time. (Yes, I am seeing a therapist.)

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    To be honest Thanksgiving Day was the worst day. We had "events" at 6pm & 8pm. And the store was full. But, on Friday the store was almost empty. The only line was in in electronics for some of the cell phones we had that day.

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    Wow, a co-worker got called a cunt by a customer (on BF)! She is a very nice person and definitely not a cunt, or not even a bitch. I'm not sure what the issue was -- I think she was going too slow for him, or something, but she was alone and was doing her best. She said this wasn't the first she's been called a cunt (really?!). Sure hope I don't get called a fucking faggot anytime soon.
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    ^ Hugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travis82 View Post
    Dear retail workers.....

    one important question.


    Is working on Black Friday the worst day of your life??
    no every day closer it gets to Christmas is the worst day. even your days off are nightmares because this time of year you never run out of things to do. and you cant not do it, because it will just get worse and worse over time.


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    I love when customers think taking my name down is some kind of threat.

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    I turned a cute straight guy red as a tomato last night.

    So while straightening shelves, I'd found a tube of Astroglide in the grocery aisle. I'd simply taken it up to the register with me when I rang up said customer. He notices it, and chuckles (sexually-natured merchandise).

    Me >> "Yeah, you'd be surprised what you find out of place on random shelves here. Have to get this back to the shelf before we completely run out of that, too..."
    Cute guy >> "I understand that you're out of some the food items because of the weather, but you've had a run on Astroglide?"
    Me >> "You'd actually be surprised. With the ice storm on, and everything pretty much shut down, most people are off work and out of school, and can't really go anywhere. There's really nothing to do but stay at home... Right before Christmas, we'll have a rush on pregnancy tests. And about July or August, you can expect a nice little baby boom. It actually does happen with ice storms."

    It's all he could do to not die laughing. He was adorable, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    I love when customers think taking my name down is some kind of threat.


    or asking to talk to a manager.


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    Before I go off to bed and call it a night, quick highlights from earlier tonight...

    >> One very elderly woman needed 911 to come out. I really hope she's OK. But this one dick comes up to my counter - "Do y'all have people fall out in your store everyday?" His gf got mad at him, and told him to knock it off. Sir, show some fucking respect! She was a **very** elderly woman. I had heard that she had had some sort of mishap of some kind in the pharmacy. Having had foot surgery myself, I empathize a ton more with people who have difficulty getting around, because I have my moments, too, due to my terrible feet.

    >> Then, we had to call the police out for two women who got into a fight right in front of me. Woman A was on her cell phone. I rang her out asked her the typical questions you're supposed to ask - How are you? Find everything OK? Do you have your (store loyalty) card or the phone number, and got completely ignored on all counts. After 12 years of this business, it doesn't bother me any - to me, it shows the exceptional arrogance and self-importance of the person on the phone. But I just move on and continue on with the job of running the checkout line, like it was nothing.

    But not the woman behind her. Woman B got tired of hearing Woman A on the phone, so B snatched A's phone off her shoulder, and chucked it down one of the aisles, and it broke into a bazillion pieces. The sound of that phone hitting the ground might as well have been a wrestling ring bell ringing. They start cussing each other, and getting into it. I just back up and page my manager. While I do agree with B, you still can't be just snatching other people's phones like that, just because you or I don't like hearing people ramble.

    Just what a friggin' night!?!

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    LOL. I'd pay to see that. ^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    LOL. I'd pay to see that. ^^^^
    I know, right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    It's a shame she didn't pull down A's pants and shove it up her ass. Rude.
    Meh, like I said, I do agree with the spirit of why Woman B did what she did - cell phone talkers annoy the crap out of me, when I'm trying to transact business with them at checkout. I'm trained to just completely ignore it and move on, but it does annoy the crap out of me.

    I love it that some businesses you go to - the Subway restaurants I've been in, for example - have a rule of no cell phones at the counter. In that particular case, it's to make sure you're paying attention to how your food order is being made, and to cut down on the confusion of so many people talking at the same time that no one ends up understanding each other.

    But at the same time, Woman B, while I do agree with you, you can't be just snatching someone else's phone like that and do that, just because Woman A is being self-important and annoying. Two wrongs don't make a right.

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    Some lady claimed it is prejudice that we ask for id when it comes to money orders. If our system prompts the cashier to do that they have to.

    She threatened the company I work for with a lawyer. I honestly dont care, do what makes you feel like you are actually going to accomplish something.

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    Er. Muh. Gerd.

    A woman who is a regular and shoplifts when she comes hit our store tonight.

    Trouble is, an unrelated man came in and started panhandling the shoplifter, begging for money to buy a pack of smokes.

    My manager promptly kicked the guy out and banned him from the store.

    The stuff I see in this business!!!

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    OMG, the crowds this morning at work!

    Thankfully most everyone at my store was civil and polite.

    But the morning rush today was not a typical morning rush, as people look for last minute gifts for coworkers. And secret Santas.

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    ^^^ I will not shop around this time not only because stores are hectic but also to give you guys a break.

    I do need to go grocery shopping, but that doesn't count for cashiers because I use the machine *we talked about this*

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcnow View Post
    Er. Muh. Gerd.

    A woman who is a regular and shoplifts when she comes hit our store tonight.

    Trouble is, an unrelated man came in and started panhandling the shoplifter, begging for money to buy a pack of smokes.

    My manager promptly kicked the guy out and banned him from the store.

    The stuff I see in this business!!!
    At least they're finally starting to turn on each other for a change.
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    I can't wait to see my family on Christmas but I also can't wait for this season to be over. The worst part for me isn't always the crowds, it is always looking out for the scams.

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    I bought $30 worth of pears because the grocery store had no scales by the produce. There were only scales for bulk items. I thought a bag and a half of the pears were $1.89/kg but it was $4.39/kg. I called the store and explained what happened. Luckily they took the pears back.

    What grocery store doesnt have scales in the produce section? Crazy!!

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    So, I'm checking out a woman around lunchtime. About half way through the order she hands me an empty deli container of popcorn chicken. This happens all the time...people say "I got hungry", I ring it up and throw the container away. This woman says "This was already in my buggy when I got it". Ok, I don't think anything about that, people leave things in buggies all the time. I say "someone probably got hungry while shopping and didn't want to pay for it." She says "I'd have never thought of doing that". Then she gets real quiet and looks uncomfortable when I hand her receipt. I think I busted her, although I wasn't meaning to...I just said the first thing that came into my head.

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    Almost over. Thank goodness. Just tonight left. And do I have some whopper stories to post tomorrow, after I sleep!

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    OMFG, am I glad I've gotten over this last week. I've had Christmas Day off to rest and sleep some, but I'm still tired.

    >> Saturday night, we had a elderly woman who was literally drunk off her ass. She came in, and bought cigarettes. She asked if she could buy beer, too. I told her that alcohol cuts off at Midnight - a white lie on my part, as it was Saturday night (alcohol stops at 1am). But as the seller of alcohol, if I see that you're drunk, I am mandated to refuse to sell to you by whatever means necessary. She bought me hook, line, and sinker. Here's the kicker, though.

    On the way out, an unrelated customer comes in, a tall, black gentleman. He comes in as the drunk elderly woman walks out. But as he passes her she turns around in front of the exit door, and blurts out, "There goes another (censored racial slur I will not repeat here - use your imagination)!"

    My eyes immediately got as big as dinner plates, as I think to myself, "OMG, she just did not say that!!!!" As the drunk woman walks out, my attention shifts to the man, because he'd turned around like he was about to snatch her, and I'm thinking, "OMFG, am I about to have to jump over this checkout counter to stop a fight?!" Thankfully, the man brought his temper down, and I immediately apologize to him, even though he understood and told me as much that it wasn't our fault. My manager's in the back stockroom all this time, so I alert him to what just happened. It all happened so fast that there wasn't time enough to call him while the woman was still there, as she left immediately upon making the comment. We did give the man a 10% discount on his purchase for his trouble, to try and make things as right as we could.

    >> Later that night, in an unrelated incident, we had to kick a homeless man out of our store for sleeping in our pharmacy waiting area and for panhandling. I had to escort him out personally. He came back Monday night - when my manager escorted him out, he shouted at my manager and called him an asshole. Very simply, I'm not against giving anybody a place to stay that needs it. But at the same time, this is a place of business, not a homeless shelter. It's not a place to sleep and beg paying guests for money.

    >> Christmas Eve night went peacefully. In spite of the crowds, most people were civil, even polite. We had one - there's always one, isn't there? - that got into it was the night manager that worked with me Tuesday night. But for the most part everyone was very nice. One woman even thanked up for being open, as she had a sick child, and we were the only store open. Past 6pm Tuesday night, no one was open until this morning, and if you didn't get what you needed before then, and we didn't have it, then you just had to do without.

    >> In the run up to Christmas Eve and Christmas, our most frequently asked question, "will we be open Christmas Day?" had mixed reactions to our "Yes we will."

    As posted above, one woman was flat out thankful we were, as she had a sick child and had to come in for cold meds and sore throat drops. Some weren't as pleased that we would be open, and would have to work on Christmas. There's an old saying in this business that becomes truer every year - Don't let a little thing like a family holiday stop business from rolling on.

    But there was one guy - again, there's always one - who wasn't thrilled that more businesses weren't open on Christmas. He complained to me that the Kroger behind my store was closed - "Back where I'm from, there was at least one supermarket open, so that people could get what they need?"

    To borrow a quote from lucahjin, "Excuse me, sir? Sir?!"

    Number One, Christmas is not one of these floating holidays like Easter (sometimes as early as late March, and sometimes as late as early May). It's the same goddamned 25th December every year. You know this is coming. Why didn't you plan accordingly? It never seems to fail that some customers are always bringing up the rear on planning for holidays and special occasions when we all have the same amount of time. It just makes no sense to me.

    Number Two, it's One Day. One day out of 365. Your life will go on if you don't have nutmeg. Or sugar. Or corn starch. The world will not come to an untimely demise for lack of Karo syrup for your desserts.

    Number Three, these stores are ran by people. People who have worked like hundred-wage slaves for the past 3 months of non-stop holidays. Enough. These people also have families and friends they'd like to be with, and get to see, on this one day. One day. And for those - like me, that don't have family - it's finally a day of rest after being worked like a dog.


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    I was 7:45pm Christmas Eve (we closed at 8pm)....women in my line says: "it's a shame you guys don't stay open later for those of us who are shopping". In my head I'm thinking: "It's a shame you can't plan your life better". But, you can't say that. But, because I couldn't think of anything else to say, I just look at her. She finally says: "I guess you'd like to get home to your family instead".

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadtripboy View Post
    I was 7:45pm Christmas Eve (we closed at 8pm)....women in my line says: "it's a shame you guys don't stay open later for those of us who are shopping". In my head I'm thinking: "It's a shame you can't plan your life better". But, you can't say that. But, because I couldn't think of anything else to say, I just look at her. She finally says: "I guess you'd like to get home to your family instead".
    Wow. Just wow. Self-righteous, self-important, and self-absorbed, all in one statement. Roadtrip, you're a better man than I am to keep a straight face at her. She has some nerve for guilt-tripping you for the store closing and your wanting to go home. And it's not even your decision when the store closes. Wow. Just wow.

    Hugs.

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    This year sealed the deal where I don't want to be in retail anymore. I am going to have to keep this job because I am going to be moving within the year, but I honestly cannot take it anymore. It made the holidays way less enjoyable then they could have been.

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    ^I agree. I think I've had all the retail I can stand. I have to find something else to do before next holiday season.

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    Wow, the stories from the past couple days...

    >> Tuesday night, the drunk elderly black woman who, while in a drunken stupor, called another guest a racial slur I will not repeat was back again. Basically this is the one rare exception of where the concept of what, in the realm of law and legality, would be called "Double Jeopardy" actually applies - we can't throw her out of the store Tuesday night for something she did last week, unless it - according to the law - is a direct violation of the law, and she presents a clear and present danger to either the store or other shoppers. And even then, in last week's incident, she left the store before anything could be done.

    But she pushed it. We have one cashier, mostly on the evening shift. Bless his soul, he's not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, and he's an immigrant from somewhere in Africa, who doesn't fully speak or understand English. He's been with us since either Halloween or Thanksgiving. He's a nice kid, but this is a business where you have to be at least somewhat quick on the draw about things, and he just isn't up to that level yet.

    Now, right when I walk in the door Tuesday night I see him and the woman ask him for something. I go behind the main register, where another evening shift cashier was, and sat my jug of sweet tea down that I'd brought to drink on. He (the cashier) comes back, and she asks him, "Where is it?" He goes, "Huh?" "Where's my can of Bud Light I told you to bring me?" she demands. "I don't have." he replies. "Well where did you go off to? I told you to bring me a can of Bud Light?!" she continues to demand and now, she's raising her voice at him. I, still having literally just walked in the building and still off the clock before my shift, have to step in, "Ma'am, I'm sorry, he's from another country and doesn't yet fully understand English." She storms off. And where he went was actually to the manager's office to go get change for his cash register till.

    >> Also Tuesday night, after Midnight, this drunk dude comes in with some of his friends. One of his friends buys some Newport cigarettes. He asks me, "Do you think 2014 will be a good year?" I reply, "Well yeah, I think so." He literally reaches over the counter and rubs my stomach for luck. It took everything I had not to rare back and snatch him - #personal space... I also wanted to ask, "What's up, you're not buying me dinner, first?"

    >> Last night, I think I inadvertently started a fight with this older couple amongst themselves. There's this older couple who came in last night. I noticed the woman because she had her hair all fixed up really pretty and had it colored a bright red, and it actually worked for her. I simply asked her, "Ma'am, may I ask where you got your hair done? It looks amazing!" Instantly, she was almost overcome - as if it was the nicest thing she'd ever heard from anyone in years. She's like, "Well, thank you! I got it done by this girl, LaToya I know downtown..." Then she takes a look at her husband as he slides his debit card, "You **never** compliment me anymore!!!" Oh shit, what the hell did I just start?

    >> Then, the whopper. Gentleheart, you once said on here that you couldn't do this job. Sometimes, I'm starting to wonder my own damn self. This man comes up during the 7am hour this morning. He'd grabbed one thing off the sales floor and came up. Chatted with the guest ahead of him - they might have known each other, who knows?

    - I get to him, and ring up his one item.
    - He tells me that he wants some Marlboro Smooth 100s in a box.
    - I turn around for literally maybe all of two seconds to grab them from the cigarette wall literally little more than arms's length directly behind me.
    - I press the button on my touch screen for him to enter in his phone number on the debit pinpad for his store loyalty card.
    - After I get his cigarettes, the system automatically (through no action on my part) prompts him to update his information in the pinpad, which I very kindly step in, and do for him, to speed things along - when nothing needs to be changed or updated, I can literally hit all the buttons on the touch screens and be back to the main transaction screen in about 7 to 10 seconds.
    - He remarks, "You could've had me do this first." <-- He was literally going to make an issue out of the fact that I didn't let him enter in his phone number first before taking time to turn around and go get his cigarettes.
    - I reply very politely, "I'm sorry?" as if I didn't hear, and I'm actually completely bewildered, not realizing that he's actually silently flipping out on me out of the clear blue.
    - He replies, "Nevermind, forget it."
    - When I grabbed his cigarettes I'd charged him for two packs by accident - some of our morning regulars actually buy 2 packs a whack, as each pack is then discounted about $0.20 cents each per pack. Honest and simple mistake easily fixed by voiding off one item - and by the way, when we void stuff, not only is the customer then not charged, but our registers won't even make the item appear on the paper receipt.
    - He looks at the screen, realizes that I charged him for two packs of cigarettes, he raises his voice at me in anger and becomes verbally abusive - "You screwed up again!", as if I'm a complete idiot, and everything about this is completely, directly, and personally my fault.

    And when he ran his debit card, he didn't even finish his end on the debit pinpad - he just grabbed his cigarettes and walked out. I had to finish the cash back question and approve the total amount of the purchase on his side myself after he left. If his card had declined - thankfully it didn't - he'd have walked out with cigarettes, and my drawer would have been short from a transaction not completed. I could have management deal with the transaction in the register, but he'd have still gotten away with product unpaid for.

    It's snooty stuck-up, frankly abusive asshats like that that make me hate people in general, and hate retail in particular. I literally had to buy a big bag of Lindt Lindor chocolates off the shelf at our next slow period a few minutes afterward to calm my nerves.

    >> Another issue of mine - cigarette customers, PLEASE BE MORE SPECIFIC!!!

    My store's cigarette wall at my store is literally 44 slots across by 8 shelves vertically, spanning about 7ft tall. I actually found a grid generator online to give you a not kidding rough estimate of what I'm talking about...



    So you can understand my frustration when a customer comes up and says, "I want that pack of cigarettes."
    "Which one?"
    "That one.", as they point.
    Ma'am or sir, as politely and as uninsulting to other's intelligence as I know how to put this, you're literally pointing to a grid with literally 352 slots on it - you're going to have to be a little bit more specific.

    That's all I ask.

    >> Another thing with cigarette customers - I'm seriously not trying to hate on y'all, but...

    When guests ask me about a pack of cigarettes that we just start carrying or something that they haven't seen before in the tobacco section, and they ask me what it tastes like, I very politely tell them that I actually don't know, because I don't smoke. They literally look at me as if I'm from Mars, and I'd just asked them to be taken to their leader.

    I'm happy to show you, I'm happy to compare prices or do price checks on certain packs, or anything. But news flash - not everybody smokes. And just because I work here doesn't mean I've blown money I've worked too damn hard to earn in the first place, just to try every single thing we carry in the store just for shits and giggles. And you'd be surprised how completely lost on people those last two sentences actually are.

    I am grateful to retail - this profession has kept me clothed, fed, and housed for the last 12 years, but make no mistake >> this job is also very limit-pushing - especially in the bullshit department.
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    So I busted a shoplifter in my store last night!!! Guy had a pullover hoodie with one of those huge front pockets with hand holes on each side. My manager tipped me off to watch him. He walks right in front of my checkout with my manager standing right behind him and I partially see the item he's hiding. I confronted him in a plain, simple, friendly tone of voice with all the matter-of-fact curiosity of a 6-year-old, "Whatcha hiding in your left pocket?" After hem-hawing around, some questioning of what was inside that hoodie front pocket produced one of our cheap plastic jars of gel beads that are actually an air freshener. He did pay for it, before getting his gf out from the car outside and coming back in to get his prescription filled in our pharmacy.

    Legally, because he's a pharmacy customer, pharmacy guests are actually viewed as "patients" and are therefore actually protected by law - as in, we can't really do much to him, can't even ban or kick him out because he's getting a script filled.

    >> One huge plus of my job is that I can make a cute straight guy blush. So this one guy comes in, a little taller than me, and just adorable. He gets a few things of general merchandise (a couple jars of pasta sauce, liquid dish soap, antiperspirant, Listerine, and a couple other sundry goods. He comes up to me, and claims he's forgetting something important that he'll have to come back for.

    I know enough that when a customer says they've forgot something, I start rolling off a list of general stuff we carry that might jog their memory, "Bread, milk, eggs, sugar, shampoo, body wash, bath soap..." When I got to, "condoms," he started laughing and his ears turned tomato red. My tacit way of a little harmless flirting...

    >> While I understand that the customer is just making conversation, because a lot of shit has happened in my past, and I'm trying to forget the place where I come from, I hate with a passion getting the "Where are you from?" question. But I think I've come up with a clever answer, when this one man asked me - "Gallifrey, Montana." If you're a fellow sci-fi nerd, you'll get it. (Gallifrey, of course from Doctor Who, but "Montana" as in "Bozeman, Montana" - where first contact was made in the Star Trek universe.)

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    ^^ Love your stories about your work place. I use to be a cashier for AT&T before the break up in 1984. Boy - the people that came in when the moon was full. Makes me laugh about it now.

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    ^ I know, right? I have a feeling that one of these days, I really am going to write that non-fiction comedy/satire about my experiences in this job. Even though these stories told by others and myself are completely and totally the 100% god-honest truth, and in some cases, verifiable by security camera footage, I still wonder how many people actually believe these stories just because of the sheer outrageousness of some of the people and events that take place.

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    Oh, and got another pat of my stomach by a drunken panhandler at my store. Right in front of my night manager, who promptly asked him to leave.

    Gurl, look... Madea was about to make a guest appearance...



    Apparently, I need to start working out or exercising more.

    I'm doing my dead-level best to keep it classy, but it's so damn hard when you wanna snatch somebody!

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    Heads up fellow retail workers! Fake $100 bill came by me, last night. And it was one of the new ones.

    On the front of the new bull, the magnetic strip is huge, visible, and bluish purple, as pictured below.



    And it's also holographic, like on children's toys.

    When you hold the bill one way, you'll see the number 100. When you tilt the bill, you'll see the Liberty Bell.

    The holographic strip was taped straight across, and I couldn't make out the Bell or the number 100.

    I've been in a money-handling job for 12 years. Do these people think I'm just going to have a momentary lapse of stupidity or something?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcnow View Post
    I've been in a money-handling job for 12 years. Do these people think I'm just going to have a momentary lapse of stupidity or something?
    Yes of course they do.

    After 12 years do you think you're going to start getting robbed by smart people all of a sudden?


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    One of my clients had a power failure in their office and the fire alarm went off. She called me for assistance. I tried to help her over the phone but she refused to climb on a step ladder. So hop in the car I did and drove for 1/2 an hour. When I got there I unfolded the step ladder and took two steps up and pushed the reset button. Feeling guilty, I dusted the unit off and puttered around a few more minutes, then billed her $185. Hey, my time is valuable too.
    Inspired - but too tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    After 12 years do you think you're going to start getting robbed by smart people all of a sudden?
    It would be nice, for a change, actually. Just sayin'...

    The trolls, last night, OMFG...

    >> Just after Midnight (the cutoff time for alcoholic beverage in a retail store in TX), this bf/gf couple came up with a case of Corona. It comes back, "Hours Of Sale Restricted. Item cannot be sold at this time." I read that, and the woman starts griping, "What kind of country is this?

    I told her right back, " Texas, ma'am..." I'm diplomatic and patient to a point, but I still am firm enough to send a message - you won't strong-arm me into me just giving you the damn alcohol. Just no.

    >> And then, a short-change-artist came through playing like the debit part of his transaction didn't give him the $10 he requested. He thought I was just going to open my till just willy nilly. He was wrong.

    If you want to try and get one over on me, try harder.

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    Not a "stupid customer story" but I had this nice woman come up to me checking out. She caught me at a yawn - y'all all know my story (I work two jobs, and go to school part time on top of it).

    She's like, "Stay awake!" I am honest - I tell her I'm trying, but I work a second job and go to college. She's astonished, and compliments me. I finish ringing her up, and ask, "Is there anything else?"

    She replies, "Just your smile..." and tells me how she likes the store, and all.

    She pays cash. I make her change, thank her, and send her on her way. She replies, "Good night, cutie!"

    She was just awesome, and a beautiful spirit. I've gotta tell ya' - I'm gay. I like men. Hmm, but maybe for her, I might be just a little bi.

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    And I almost forgot what my counterpart night cashier told me as we changed shifts tonight.

    Since it's after Midnight, what is now yesterday morning, this woman comes in with a handwritten note for a 60-day supply of Xanax that's supposedly a prescription. First off, she tells us it's her bf's prescription. We need his ID, since it's his prescription. She doesn't have that. Is the boyfriend with you? Now, because the woman was allegedly headed off to work. We need to wait until 8am to call the doctor, just to verify for our own sake, that this prescription is real and authentic.

    "Well I have to be at work at 8, so why can't you just fill it?"



    Let's see...

    Xanax is a controlled substance.
    You bring us a cheap piece of handwritten note paper, with a doctor's name on it.
    You want us to violate pretty much every goddamned law in the book regarding filling a prescription.
    And it's not even for you, directly, it's for your bf, for whom you can't even produce and make him be here.

    This woman just wanted to violate every law in the book. Um, no. There are laws for a reason, especially when it comes to pharmacy prescription medication. And those laws and procedures must be followed to the letter.

    You're dealing with HIPAA and the FDA. They will come down on you like white on rice if you get something wrong!

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    Sometimes I wonder about the back story of our customers.

    Last night I'm manning the self-check. A couple approaches, slowly, he limping. When they get close I see he has two black eyes and large bruise on his forehead. They buy....Advil, Neosporin and a pair of sunglasses.

    You know there had to be a story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadtripboy View Post
    Sometimes I wonder about the back story of our customers.
    This right here. It has always been at the back of my mind that you never know who is going to walk in that front door, and what is going on in their head/life, etc.

    At the first store I got on at with Walmart, I worked at a 24hr Neighborhood Market in a very rich, uppity part of town. I think I've posted this before, but this guy comes in with a walking cane. Random guy, actually young, a year or two younger than me. He was actually clean-cut with glasses, and quite adorable. I think I helped him with something, because even though he could walk, he had a hard time getting around, a little bit. In subsequent periodic visits to my store in the middle of the night, he would confess that he had survived cancer of some sort. I admit - when he told me that, I honestly think he, without realizing it, stole my heart a little bit. This gorgeous, very attractive guy also had the heart of an amazing fighter.

    I really miss that guy, and I wonder what ever became of him? I sincerely hope he's doing all right.

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    Nothing really to write home about, this last rotation.

    We did have one guy try to bring back a ton of cosmetics items back. In a CVS bag. Without a receipt.



    He tried to strongarm me into refunding it anyway. I shut him down flat, and my manager did the same. I happened to have my android on me, on silent, and with my manager standing right beside him, I silently snap a picture of this guy without his knowing it, and addressed the matter with my store manager. The store manager asked me to text him the picture of this guy. They put the pic I took, and put it in a be-on-the-lookout email sent to all the stores in the district.

    Don't mess with me, and don't try to steal from the place that's paying my bills - I will make you famous, and expose what you're doing.

    >> On an unrelated note, there's a semi-regular that comes in, and runs a nearby gym. He's an older gentleman, and imho, he's very adorable, and has a very "gymspiration" body. He's one of those people that looks very young, but you can tell just by looking at and/or talking to this guy that he's actually way older than he looks. But he's very, very cute - just sayin'... I was sad to learn that he's actually going to need some kinda serious surgery to repair structural damage to his upper respiratory accumulated from years of boxing. I certainly wish him the speediest of recoveries, and look forward to seeing him back in my store when he fully recovers. He's funny to listen to when he complains about his gf - "My day was going just fine, until I answered my cell phone!" But I do wish him well.

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    An old hag came in today asking for a "snow broom." A snow broom is a fancy shmancy long handled affair with a foam head used to bush off cars of snow. So she asks me where to find one. I told her: "Go down to the end of the aisle here and if not there, you may want to go to the - " at which point she cut me off and barked "Don't you tell me to go elsewhere! I've been all over this store already! I am worn out!" So I said: "OK down the aisle, then." I turned around and walked away, letting her stew in her anger, surely made worse because there were none at the aisle where we were.
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    This isn't about a customer but a worker at the McDonald's drive thru. Every night on my way to work I stop and buy a large coke. It costs 1.06. I get to the window and give him 1.26. He stands there and is talking to himself. He's repeating the cost and what I gave him. He said it like three times. Finally I said you owe me twenty cents. .....2 dimes. He looked at me. I said it's simple math. .26 - .06 = .20. He still looked confused. I said I didn't want a bunch of pennies. I wanted 2 dimes instead. He gave me the dimes but looked confused I'm sure he still didn't understand what had happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgiadude View Post
    This isn't about a customer but a worker at the McDonald's drive thru. Every night on my way to work I stop and buy a large coke. It costs 1.06. I get to the window and give him 1.26. He stands there and is talking to himself. He's repeating the cost and what I gave him. He said it like three times. Finally I said you owe me twenty cents. .....2 dimes. He looked at me. I said it's simple math. .26 - .06 = .20. He still looked confused. I said I didn't want a bunch of pennies. I wanted 2 dimes instead. He gave me the dimes but looked confused I'm sure he still didn't understand what had happened.

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    I have to admit this has happened to me. Every once in while, usually at the end of long day, my mind just sort of freezes and refuses to do math. I hate when that happens.

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    We had a customer try to do a form of fraud called "structuring" last night.

    Structuring pertains to gift cards (store gift cards, credit card gift cards - spendable anywhere) and bankless money cards like Green Dot Money Pack, PayPal, and Netspend. There are limits imposed by the US Federal Government (specifically, the Federal Trade Commission, for those not in the US) to try and prevent money laundering. Those limits say that a person can't make more than $500.00 in gift card purchases per customer, per day. So the customer will buy, say, two or three $300 gift cards in separate individual transactions, maybe at separate registers with separate cashiers to stop from being caught.

    A guy bought a gift card from me for $300.00 Saturday night - which is fine in and of itself. But then, he came back last night, and tried to buy more gift cards through our night pharmacist, and then through me again.

    My manager banned him permanently from the store.

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    heads up fellow retail workers! Fake $100 bill came by me, last night. And it was one of the new ones.

    On the front of the new bull, the magnetic strip is huge, visible, and bluish purple, as pictured below.






    and it's also holographic, like on children's toys.

    When you hold the bill one way, you'll see the number 100. When you tilt the bill, you'll see the liberty bell.

    The holographic strip was taped straight across, and i couldn't make out the bell or the number 100.

    I've been in a money-handling job for 12 years. Do these people think i'm just going to have a momentary lapse of stupidity or something?

    yes we do...

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    I really enjoy the stories of what happens in retail stores. I've applied for a job here at a cashier for a well known Pharmacy. Hope I am making the right decision for myself. I've dealt with customers on a face to face basis for the phone company as an installer but I know that it will be something completely different behind a cash register.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piano1 View Post
    I really enjoy the stories of what happens in retail stores. I've applied for a job here at a cashier for a well known Pharmacy. Hope I am making the right decision for myself. I've dealt with customers on a face to face basis for the phone company as an installer but I know that it will be something completely different behind a cash register.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piano1 View Post
    I really enjoy the stories of what happens in retail stores. I've applied for a job here at a cashier for a well known Pharmacy. Hope I am making the right decision for myself. I've dealt with customers on a face to face basis for the phone company as an installer but I know that it will be something completely different behind a cash register.
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