Send Him To The Sister Store

| Rahway, NJ, USA | Awesome Customers, Bad Behavior, Family & Kids, Theme Of The Month

(Our newest employee is a very sweet 18-year-old girl. She’s only been working for a week, when a customer starts giving her a hard time.)

Rude Customer: “You f***ing b****! Can’t you do s*** right?!”

18-year-old Cashier: *trying not to cry* “Sir, I’m sorry! You told me to take-”

Rude Customer: “Forget it! I’ll go to [similar store nearby], where they actually hire decent people!”

18-year-old Cashier: “I was only-”

Rude Customer: “F*** you! You’re probably some b**** who’s never worked a day in her life! I bet you’re not even in school! Probably just waiting to get knocked up so you can live on welfare and sit on your lazy fat a** all day!”

(He continues screaming at her and making disparaging remarks. I’m about to get the manager when a female customer walks in, sees what’s going on and speaks up.)

Female Customer: “Hey, will you shut up and stop being such a jacka**?! What’s your problem?!”

Rude Customer: “This b**** can’t do s*** right! She shouldn’t be working if she’s too stupid to do anything!”

Female Customer: “That ‘b****’ is my big sister and if you call her that again, I’ll knock your f***ing head off!”

Rude Customer: “Please! You’re probably about as worthless as her!”

Female Customer: “Try me.”

Rude Customer: “Crazy b****!” *runs out*

(It turned out the female customer really was the cashier’s sister. We were scared the cashier wouldn’t come back after that day, but she did and told us the guy was smart to run away because her sister, who’s only 15, really could’ve injured him if she fought!)

Assembling Your Change

| Leicester, England, UK | Awesome Customers, Awesome Workers, Geeks Rule, Theme Of The Month

(I am in the queue for popcorn. A young red-headed woman wearing a ‘Stark Industries’ t-shirt is ahead of me. She get’s her snacks and moves away.)

Cashier: “Hey, miss! Excuse me!”

(She’s fiddling with two drinks and a large popcorn and doesn’t seem to notice him calling her. He comes around the counter.)

Cashier: “Excuse me! Hey! Miss Potts!”

(This gets her and she half turns around.)

Cashier: “Miss Potts, you forgot your change.”

Red Head: “Oh, thank you!”

Cashier: “Will that be all Miss Potts?”

Red Head: “That will be all, Mr. Stark.”

(She gives him a nod and a smile and moves off. He comes back behind the counter and turns to me, then laughs. I am wearing a Captain America T shirt.)

Cashier: “And what can I get for you, Captain Rogers?”

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