Ugh…please give me strength. Let me tell you what happened yesterday at work.
It’s lunch time and this young fellow walks up to my cash. He starts talking to me about how terrible it is that so much animal abuse is going on in the world. I look down at the things he’s buying. A bottle of coke – made of plastic that goes up the arses of turtles, and a sandwich encased in plastic. I’m sure that could choke a few seagulls or dolphins. I asked him where he thought sliced meat comes from.
Um….yeah. Just go and pet a few kitties, Bubbles.
“Would you like a bag?” I inquired. At this point, I just had to ask.
“Nope, I’m saving the environment,” he bellowed.
You have to fucking laugh…
Then later on in the day, a lady dumps all her groceries at customer service. Two hundred dollars worth of items on the express lane that clearly states one-eight items. I didn’t see her do it, because I stood at the other counter doing lottery.
I can’t help it, sometimes it just infuriates me. It wouldn’t be as bad if she came later in the day but four o’clock rolled around and the store was packed.
I stared at her in disbelief and said, “this is the express lane, it’s only one to eight items.”
She replied, “I know.”
Then I really felt bitchy. “If you knew that, why did you dump so many grocery items on here?”
She smirked and said, “I didn’t want to wait.”
“Please don’t do this again,” I snapped. “It backs up my line and upsets the other customers who are now inconvenienced because you did this.”
She started to bag her own groceries, as if that would make up for it. Stupid bitch. Next time I will make her collect it all and move it. Sometimes I’m too damn nice.
Honest to God. The inconsiderate entitlement of folks in my town just makes me shake my head. It’s disgusting.
Later on, I walked around the store and found eggs, milk, ice cream and strawberries just left on random shelves because somebody was too fucking lazy to put it back. Ruined and garbage. What a waste.
If you insist on being a shit-head, this is what is going to happen with your life.