Hello. I am not interested in buying anything, but I would like to use your rest room, flip through your magazines, rearrange your carefully shelved items and handle your food products in an unsanitary manner.
>I would like to use your rest room,
Go ahead, it's back there.
>flip through your magazines
Don't care, just put them back when you're done.
>handle your food products in an unsanitary manner.
We don't sell food here.
>rearrange your carefully shelved items
TRIGGERED FUCK OFF NORMIES REEEEEEEEEEE
>tfw someone asking to use the staff bathroom makes me angry
I've no idea why. I just don't want any customers to use it. I constantly lie when people ask if there's one in the store. The only time I let them through is when a kid is whining that they need the bathroom because I don't want to have to clean up piss.
>That customer who is clearly even lonelier than you are and just wants to talk and won't shut up or stop asking questions despite your demeanor clearly suggesting you're no longer interested in listening to their shit
Hi sir, do you need any help?
>n-n-n-no no no i'm just browsing thx
(1 minute later)
>hi where's your bailey's?
I never found weird customer behaviour to be triggering, always find it amusing, but it's even funnier how badly it triggers colleagues
>customer wants to do things that require no interaction from me
This is a problem...how? When I worked retail I wish I got customers like that plus all the thieving shits using the self-checkout so I could stand around getting paid.
The annoying ones were the shits who barged into your line as you were trying to shut down for clockout or break, yelled at you when you didn't know the price for something, or lectured you about how you should go against company policy and risk termination to accept their expired/mismatched/fake coupons.
You can just come here and post pictures of frogs
I worked at a skating rink as a cashier and I fucking swear every jewish family that came were in large groups and everyone would have groupons that would let them in free
Could you get away with whispering "kike" under your breath?
>Customer asks to use the bathroom
>I'm sorry we don't have one
>Announce loudly to coworkers that you are going to use the bathroom
I held myself back from muttering a hitler joke but once they left I told myself "I guess Hitler had his heart in the right place, those cheap bastards go out of their way not to pay shit"
When customers used to ask me if we had an item in the back.
>I'll go check
>Have a piss, wash hands.
>Tell them there is none in the back.
Those people are the worst. They pretty much tell me to stop the flow of my job to go search for one miserable product for them.
Retail is fucking easy-mode compared to hospitality.
I escaped bar/restaurant work two years ago and retail is like a dream by comparison. Customers are nicer, there is more down-time when I can relax and I don't have to work evenings.
>tfw hired for seasonal
>manager calls me in and says if I don't improve my communication with customers they'll let me go
>worked at one of the few retail chains where part timers were on call
>had to fight for hours like food scraps
Fuck Gap, Old Navy, etc.
Who /Wal-Mart/ here?
I've worked at this place for about 2 years and it was pretty good, apart from the customers that come after 8-9pm until close
>5 minutes before closing someone comes in to buy groceries
>"Hey let me use my coupons for every item"
>"Don't forget to sell those walmart mastercards anon!"
Wanted to kill myself the couple years I was at Walmart. Started drinking on the job for the first time in my life. Walked out some time after that and didn't go back. Wasn't even my first retail job, just a shitty place. Thank God I'm out of retail.
Never had a job before.
How hard is it to get a job at a Walgreens?
Pharmacy techs dont. They do need some training, but generally you're just counting pills, making sure it's the right drug, check prescriptions and doctors. etcetcetc
Most pharmacies only have one pharmacist clocked in at any given time.