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    And The Angels Sang

    | Sandy, OR, USA |

    Me, on overhead: “Good evening shoppers, the time is now 11 PM and your shopping center is now closed for the evening. Please bring all final purchases to the lit registers and thank you for shopping with us. Good night.”

    (5 minutes later…)

    Customer: “Can I still check out?”

    Cashier next to me: “Yes, come on in.”

    Customer: “I need to check some prices on a few items, can you do that for me?”

    Cashier: “I think everyone in that department has gone home, but I can check for you.”

    (10 minutes later…)

    Cashier: “That will be $174.34, please.”

    Customer: “Oh, I don’t have enough money. Can I write you an IOU? I shop here all the time.”

    Cashier: “I’m sorry, we can’t take IOU’s.”

    Customer: “Then can you hold this until the morning, and I can come back?”

    Cashier: “I’m sorry, we can’t hold things overnight. Our policy states we can’t do that.”

    Customer: “So what… you’re trying to kick me out of the store?!”

    Cashier: “No, ma’am. If you’d like to take a few things off to afford your purchase, I’d be more than happy to check you out.”

    Customer: “FINE! I’m done!” *storms out of the store*

    Me, on overhead: “Hallelujah! Hallelujah!”