Don’t Put Your Neck Out For Any Customer

, , , | Right | October 17, 2017

(I am working as a cashier at a clothing company. We have just gotten a new scarf in that is more popular than the company anticipated, and we sell out super quickly. I am wearing the scarf while working the register.)

Customer: “That is such a great scarf!”

Me: “Thank you!”

Customer: “Where did you get it?”

Me: “Oh, I got it here, but we sold out, unfortunately!”

Customer: “How much is it?”

Me: “It was [price], but unfortunately, we sold out. I can maybe see if another store has it in stock?”

Customer: “How much is that one?”

Me: “It’s [price], but again, we’ve sold out. It may be available online.”

Customer: “No, how much is the one that you are wearing?”

Me: “Again, it’s [price], but we’ve sold out.”

Customer: “No, how much is the one that is literally around your neck? How much can I give you to sell me your scarf?”

Me: “Sir, I will not sell you clothing that I am literally wearing.”

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