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You Gotta Give Him Credit For Trying

, , , | Right | May 13, 2022

I currently work at a nationwide gaming store. PlayStation 5s are still hard to get. We are getting them once a month to release on a select day, in a bundle, to the premium members of our rewards.

A kid, maybe thirteen years old, comes in during a busy moment in our store and comes to the counter. I’m collecting games for another customer.

Me: “Hi there. How can I help?”

Kid: “You got any PS5s?”

I respond as I’m still searching the drawers for games.

Me: “We are having an event this Saturday. They are going to be sold in a bundle that includes three games, a headset, and a year’s subscription to PSN. They will only be available to premium members.”

Kid: “My cousin is in the car, and he said he would give you two hundred dollars if you sell him one right now.”

I stand upright and look directly at the kid with a deadpan expression.

Me: “Two hundred isn’t worth me losing my job.”

The kid shrugs and walks out. The customer who has been waiting for me to find the games bursts out laughing.

Customer: “You have better control of your temper than I do. I would have laughed in their face and told them to leave.”

This Deal Has Expired

, , , , , | Right | May 13, 2022

I am a cashier. A customer puts gross vegetables on the counter by my till.

Customer: “This was in amongst the fresh produce.”

Me: “Sorry, ma’am. I’ll get rid of this and make sure someone goes to check the produce aisle more thoroughly.”

Customer: “No, I want this one at a lower price.”

Me: “Sorry, ma’am, if you want to buy something that’s expired, you will have to pay full price and I’ll take note of you acknowledging its condition. We don’t give discounts on expired food.”

Customer: “I’m not going to eat it; I want to put it in a compost heap.”

Me: “I understand, ma’am, but it’s store policy.”

Customer: “It’s really disgusting that you throw all this produce out rather than let us buy it at a lower rate.”

Me: “Like I said, ma’am, it isn’t my decision to make.”

The customer threw the vegetable at me and stormed out, leaving her trolley full of items to block the queue.

Thanks For The Tip?

, , , | Right | May 13, 2022

I used to work in fast food. It was near closing, so we were cooking everything to order. A customer came in and ordered. As he waited, he kept saying:

Customer: “I want my food faster!”

He kept tossing dollar bills at me to go faster. His order could only be made as fast as the grill cooked his hamburger.

He got his food, and after we closed and I counted the register, we were over by the amount he’d given me, so I shared it with my closing employee.

Empathy Is Collapsing

, , , , , | Right | May 13, 2022

Due to working too many shifts over multiple jobs, one of my coworkers actually passes out as they’re coming back from bringing food out to a customer.

I see the customer run up to the coworker on the floor and get down near them, and just as I think they’re about to help them, they say:

Customer: “You forgot my daughter’s Coke!”

Some Kids Grow Up To be Cheapskates

, , , | Right | CREDIT: FlamingWolf91 | May 13, 2022

I work in a fast food restaurant. On certain days, kids get a discount of like $1 for dine-in orders.

Adult Customer: “I’d like [item from the kids’ menu].”

Me: “Okay, that’ll be [total].”

I take her money and hand her a receipt.

Adult Customer: “I didn’t get the discount! There’s supposed to be a discount for kids’ stuff today!”

Me: “The discount is for children, ma’am, not just for ordering off the kids’ menu.”

After some back and forth, she demanded a refund of her $3 meal and threatened to never return.

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