Unfiltered Story #185274

, , , | Unfiltered | February 10, 2020

I was checking out at a grocery store I go to fairly often. The cashier was new, but she was doing a good job and we chatted normally during the interaction. She had had trouble getting a produce bag to open, and I had suggested blowing on her fingers to add moisture to help her get a grip on the slippery plastic. It eventually took both of us to get the bag open. She thanked me for my help.

I asked the cashier if she ever read Not Always Right. She said she did. Just as I was leaving, an older woman stormed up to the cash and threatened to sue the store because she’d lost her glasses somewhere in the store and felt that the employees were keeping them from her. The cashier and I gave each other a knowing look, nodded, and said good night.