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20 November 2012 @ 10:36 pm
To the guy who referred to our amazing night manager as "that dyke manager in back threw me out for being loud" I hope you never get any further action for the rest of your life. You don't deserve it.
 
 
21 July 2012 @ 01:00 am
Dear breeder; 

Leaving a diaper in a grocery carriage is nasty, people put food in these carriages. Because you were to lazy to walk to the trash can our janitor had to toss (with gloves) that nasty ass bag out and wipe down the carriage with alcohol wipes. Please go rot in a pile of shitty diapers with e-coli in them.
 
 
26 January 2012 @ 09:46 pm
A woman brought up a basket of random groceries which came to roughly $55.00. After rifling around her bag for a minute she realized she didn't have her EBT card and had to go back home for it. Ordinarily not an issue, but her spawn had eaten some (2-3) of the clementines from her crate. Naturally she could leave the property until they were paid for, boy was she pissed at the spawn. She did have some single dollars and a handful of quarters though, just enough to pay for the clementines. I'm going to guess that she won't let her spawn do that again.
 
 
03 January 2012 @ 12:21 am
To the "person" who complained to the manager about me because I got confused? F-you preferably with a condom made of broken glass and rusty nails. I was a little confused when you suddenly went "the yogurts?" I waited for you to continue, but you didn't. As far as I could tell your (?) question was answered. Your attitude with me when the head cashier came over for a non-related issue was uncalled for. The one thing you were (sort of) right about (expired sale sign) was that yogurt should have been $1 each. Yes; I did refrain from looking at you and speaking to you while the head cashier sorted the pricing out was because you thoroughly humiliated me. The people behind you told me I did nothing wrong and made sure to tell the manager so after you were finished. Please never come to my line again.
 
 
10 December 2011 @ 06:21 pm
Mr. "good old days"

I'm sorry that we can't do carryout at 9pm, which is one hour before we close, but see heres the thing; I am the only one on register and have no bagger. The guy who usually helps is out getting carts because you know they don't put themselves away. I bagged your stuff and was about to put it in your cart before you got all pissy. I'm glad you ended up doing it yourself; sounds like you needed to learn to do stuff for yourself. And you didn't fool me; I know you went to complain, but the guy at the desk? Is kind of a friend of mine, he waited till you left and threw your "complaint" in the trash. Next time if you'd like carryout service try coming an hour or two earlier when we have more cashiers and baggers; as you could see it was just me, the cart guy, booth/safe guy and the nightcrew. Nobody was able to stop and help or they would have.

No love silver
 
 
 
11 September 2011 @ 11:13 pm
So many bad parents at the market where I work these days. List format is easiest.

Dear BAD parents:

1. Teach your god damn kid about personal space!! I don't give a rats ass if they want to see what I'm doing, if they  lean in to my bubble I WILL take a large (and noticable) step backwards. If they keep it up and the parent says nothing I also step to my right (as far away from the kid as I can get). 
2. Registers are NOT for playing with. Next time I might just let your kid mess with the control and get cut or ruin your eggs/bread, maybe it will teach them and you a lesson.
3. Toddlers DO NOT make good baggers.
3B. Having your "hand" me items that I was about to grab anyway is really fucking annoying and makes checkout time take longer. 
4. The dividers are not toys, I will push the divider out of the kids reach or under MY platform if you don't tell them to stop.
5. Air raid siren screams for no reason other than (I have functioning lungs EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) require more than a timid whispered "inside voice"
6. Please note that I'm not kid crazy, I'll nod and make polite "oh" and "hm" noises when the say something, but I really don't care that "and sally hitted a home run and i played with johnny but not stan because he in trouble for............................................... and on on on" ad naseum please teach the kid when to take hint and can it.

X-Posted
 
 
04 September 2011 @ 06:49 pm
Me: "Do you have a *shop loyality card*"
Customer: *mutters something completely incoherent.*

At this point I should have realized that he was drunk. Instead, I presumed he was one of the many people we get every day that spoke no English whatsoever and that he was speaking another language. Yes, he had dark skin and was foreign-looking (I later found out that he was Turkish) and it was probably a combination of his accent and his drunkenness that made his speech totally incomprehensible. 

Me: I'm sorry: What language do you speak?
C: *glares* "Spanish"
Me: Ah! Hablo un pocito Espanlo. Mis primos viven en Argentina."
C: *loses it completely * 
"Boll-sheet! Boll-sheet! I TALK TO YOUR MANAGER. YOU RACIST. YOU RACIST BEECH. I GET YOU FIRED, RACIST BEECH!"

So I call the manager and the guy on checkout with me tries to explain what happened, but then the customer starts pushing him against the wall and yelling "Boll-sheeeeet! You fire her! You fire racist beech or I never come here again!"

They didn't fire me. The manager told him not to come back when he was drunk and so far he hasn't. Somehow I don't think that anyone really misses him that much.
 
 
31 August 2011 @ 09:13 am
In our store, there is only one line. One line, three cashiers. You don't go making your own line just to get ahead of people. We take one at a time. And when you start arguing about who's next... don't look at us for help. We always say, one line. Don't be yelling at each other about who's the greater bitch at the front of the store. As far as I'm concerned, you both are, so please leave.

We also have a hard-core scammer come in regularly and the other night I refused to honor her raincheck because the sale didn't match what was in the ad. She says, "Well, it's not my fault it was written wrong."
What I wanted to say: "Probably because you wrote it in the first place."
What I said instead: "Well I just can't take it, sorry."
I'm just so tired that we let her get away with crap. She's learned when the register gets confused over returns with coupons, and sometimes we're forced to give back cash... so that's the only way she ever gets back cash from us. Then she probably deals her prescriptions on the street because her disability is a complete sham.
 
 
16 Yes we make commission and no we wouldn’t sell our children for it
(Look at it this way: working at a cell phone company is not something that you can bounce from one to another. It takes time to learn the product, plans, and company objectives in full, so we do plan on sticking around.  Thus, the advise we give, and promises we make are legit and for our own benefit as well.  Ergo, we lie to you, it would only bite us harder than the commission check spits out.  Get the used car salesmen comparison out of your head because most of us are too young to even grasp, let alone master that kind of manipulation.)

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29 July 2011 @ 09:43 pm
Dear Sir,

Stating "I don't mean to be rude and yell at you but..." does not negate the fact that you did yell at me and that you were quite rude at the same time. That being said many (read 97%) of our store sale prices are with *our store* savings card. If you are not local we use the front end card for you, if you are local, but haven't gotten a card yet we still use the front end card for you and stick a *store savings card* in your bag. Before you started yelling I was turning around to ask my front end manager for her keys with the front end card. Jerk

General notes:

Please stop placing the item in a position so that the barcode is facing me, I don't have a gun. This makes more work for me as I have to flip the item 180* to scan it, this gets annoying with heavy items. I'm and a big girl and have done cashiering for years, I can find 99.9% of all barcodes in two seconds flat.

When buying meat please do not place more than one package in the small plastic bags, I will need to take one out so that I can scan both. It gets tire some to see ten small plastic bags with 2+ packages of meat each. Also I need to take packages out to redeem the "meat manager's special" coupons that some packages have.