Working in a shop sometimes really makes me dislike people sometimes. I had a lady who wanted to split her transaction into 3 separate transactions so she could use her app coupon 3 times. Normally I will split a transaction into two no problem, but this lady wanted 3 transactions and there was a line.
I politely explained that when we have other people in line we don’t split transactions unless the person goes through the line multiple times. This is our policy.
She said to me “I don’t think you understand, I just want to get home.” I said that I do understand but that this is our policy. She says “I don’t think you do.” And continues to ask for my manager, who I gladly call. I radio my manager and tell her that my manager is coming. I asked the lady to step aside so that I can help the people behind her. She refuses and says she will wait right there.
I just, ugh. Really? And this isn’t even the worst I’ve experienced. People are entitled and rude and horrible, and it is my job to be nice to them. Sometimes it is really hard.
Jewelry for fidgeters. Love it.
This is necessary for someone like me, who silently destroys napkins and beer bottle labels with my nervous hands during the most casual of friendly conversations.
I want this so bad, but I fear getting my balls caught in the gears :(
I definitely need one. I fidget constantly!
Someday I will have a house with this many bookshelves. And more. Because I need separate ones in my work space for all my reference books!
you ever wanna fuck the living shit outta somebody but also cook for them and make sure they’re emotionally stable?
That’s called true love my friend
Thankful to have one of these.
I have that. It’s awesome. I just wish he wanted to cook for me sometimes too. He does the other things though. <3
Did everyone else know this is how you do it? I had no idea.
That’s similar to how I put condoms on.
What? What sorcery is this?! I HATED putting those things on! They always pinched my hair and felt terrible.
are you kidding me
i’m fucking drooling
The majority of my books are still in boxes, and I have had to majorly cull the herd. I moved several times over the last several years and I just haven’t had the space for them. I regret getting rid of my 1st edition Harry Potter books big time… but I kept the majority of books that were special to me. I think the main reason I got rid of the HP books is that they were the hardback editions and dang they were heavy and took up tons of space…
California-based Yarnboming artists Jill and Lorna Watt of Knits For Life (previously featured here) recently transformed a pair of unassuming benches near the San Francisco Ferry Building into adorably ferocious monsters, complete with six awesome orange feet. The irrepressibly inventive sisters created this delightful yarn installation for an upcoming episode of CCTV America’s new show Full Frame.
[via Laughing Squid]