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You Bring In Baggage, You Leave With It

, , , | Right | May 7, 2018

(This store is well-known for selling “personal” and “adult-oriented” items. You really shouldn’t give attitude to those who sell you these things, smack-dab in the middle of a very popular mall. When we ring up customers, as with many other stores, it asks us to ask them for an email address. Some people feel it necessary to be incredibly rude when they don’t want to give us their email. My manager is dealing with a customer who is buying one of the aforementioned “personal” items.)

Manager: “Can I get your email address?”

Customer: *in a very rude tone* “I don’t have one!”

Manager: “Do you know anyone who does? You can get a 20% off coupon for next time you come in.”

Customer: *with even more attitude* “I said I don’t have one!”

(The transaction is completed. My manager slides the personal item to the customer, sans bag.)

Customer: “Can I get a bag?”

Manager: *while walking away* “I don’t have one.”

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