Gone In Sixty Seconds And Two Dollars

, , , | | Right | May 30, 2019

(I work at a grocery store. I’m usually a cashier, but one day I am assigned outside, meaning I ask people if they would like help loading their groceries into their cars. I approach an elderly woman.)

Me: “Hi, how are you?”

Customer: “I’m good; how about yourself?”

Me: “Good, thanks. Would you like help loading your items?”

(She has very heavy things in her cart.)

Customer: “Oh, my goodness, thank you so much. I appreciate the help!”

(After I finish loading and am about to leave, she stops me.)

Customer: “Here, take this!”

(It’s a two-dollar tip.)

Me: “Oh, no, I can’t accept this. This is my job!”

Customer: *shoves the money into my hand* “Well, you have to take it now because I’m going to jump in my car and drive away before you realize what happens. Goodbye, dear. Thank you!”

(She’s still the best customer I’ve had to this day.)

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