"Our policies are printed right here for you at the bottom of every receipt."
"Well I didn’t read that part of it so can’t you just make an exception for me."
Cinnamon-sugar toast is very important.
possumpossumpossum said: do you get the “hi good morning!” “I don’t NEED any help!” exchange also????
I’m usually tethered to my register so I don’t get that one too often, fortunately! I do get a lot of people coming in 30 seconds after we open in the morning and then stomping up to me 2 minutes later with:
“I walked all over this whole store and I can’t find anyone to help me”.
"I’m sorry, we’re light-staffed this early in the morning on a weekday, how can I help you?"
“You really need more employees, I walked around the WHOLE STORE.” “I’m sorry about that, how can I help you?”
Also at least 2 people per week that get real mad that we don’t sell power tools or lumber (I work at a craft store).
The first in a planned series of post-Wintergrass video posts… Rushad Eggleston is pretty much a staple there every year but I definitely saw him (accidentally) break a chandelier with his shoe this weekend, which was a first. Picking out a video to post here was v v difficult because on the one hand he’s an incredible musician and on the other he seems to have transcended both the English language and the laws of gravity. Ultimately I settled on this one because look at all these respected musicians he has gotten to take beautiful instrumental breaks over “I Peed on a Bird”.
The same generation that, while I was growing up, constantly reminded me that it’s very important to say “please” and “thank you” and “no thank you" not just "no" and to always look at people when you are talking to them responds to me at a rate of about 90% with either only a scowl and a single sharp shake of the head or a barked "NO" while refusing even to face towards me.
Button quail chick (on left) and chicken chick
what the fuck
OH MY GOD I CAN’T HANDLE THIS.