I liked "No", to "do you work here". Especially after I've clocked out, have the damned phone in one hand, my keys in the other, am obviously not paying any attention to anyone...and just trying to get the fuck out.
Have had them come to the breakroom, and ask me questions "I know you're on break but..." "I'm not on the clock right now, Someone on the floor can help you".
Did that one time, and the guy waited around for me to be on the clock "What you only help people when you're on the clock?"
Well, yeah, dumbass. I don't work for free. Just close to it.
Had a customer need something from framing. The framing desk is right near the breakroom. I know dick about framing. And, if I'm in the breakroom, I am NOT working. One day, I was in there, on my phone, talking to...my mother, or something, about my kids--and I wasn't on the clock... I was leaning on the table, blah blah blahing, and this woman popped around the corner and started babbling at me. I said something like "you'll have to push the button"
And I got up, pointed around the corner and closed the breakroom door. And finished my conversation.
She complained that I was ON THE PHONE! And I closed the door on her!
you are = you're. not "your".