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Old 03-07-2019, 01:43 PM
snugglegirl05 snugglegirl05 is offline
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Default Customer was given the finger by another customer

Yesterday at work I was bagging groceries for one of the cashiers since the Assistant Front End Manager was in a conference call when I clocked in.

An elderly customer came to the line I was bagging at, and asked the cashier if the store was closing since she saw several items on clearance.

Both of us said no.

I bagged her groceries. and she left to tie the plastic bags the grocery store I work at uses. She was behind me doing this while I was bagging for the customer behind her, who was a male.

While I was bagging his groceries, the elderly customer grabbed a plastic bag at this particular checkout. I had several semi full plastic bags on the conveyor belt. So the male customer asked us if she may have unknowingly took one of the plastic bags of groceries that belonged to him.

So his quietly approached the elderly customer to find out.

She gave him the finger when he did that.
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Old 03-13-2019, 12:50 AM
Sulhythal Sulhythal is offline
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Sooo....we can rule out "unknowingly" ?
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Old 03-16-2019, 01:35 PM
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Rosco the Iroc Rosco the Iroc is offline
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meh, this story would of been a lot better if it happened in a proctologist's office.
I can get behind 2 elements of ‘gun control’:

Windage and Elevation.
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Old 03-18-2019, 04:38 PM
workerbee222 workerbee222 is offline
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Gee, I have bad days, too. But if I was tying up bags (I do sometimes, it makes them easier to carry) I would check to make sure I hadn't, because I'd figure he wasn't asking for no reason.
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