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Gee, that's certainly going to encourage me to visit. I'm sure nobody would spit in my food or anything!
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I bet I can guess your provider, since I had almost the exact same experience a few months ago!
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Still better than the one lady who argued for an hour because she wanted a usb and a car charger that went to her phone, where the cord was NOT permanently attached to the charger, and did NOT have the "fat" (usb) end because she didn't need that part.
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Yeeeahhh, $400 a year on shoes for 8 people. You'll be back when you remember how expensive shoes are in normal shoe store.
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That's fine, don't yell at them, yelling usually doesn't work past the moment anyhow. But that doesn't mean don't discipline them, give them limits or teach them proper manners.
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I've done that one! I laughed the whole time at the less than sneaky "you can tell us, we're totally cool"questions about your favorite recreational drugs, how many beers is is great right before a shift, and what kind of jerk employers, guests or coworkers deserve to be ripped off.
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But DID SHE?!
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"Black Friday" starts on Thanksgiving. Right around the time you'd actually want to escape, instead of an empty lot and store, you'd hit idiots battling over parkinf and screaming epithets while waiting in a cold and angry line!
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Unfortunately, it does irritate my stomach so badly, that it will ho right through me, with pain that is pretty much identical to when I was in labor with my daughter.
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Sometimes it's not intentional. I know I have a tendency to stare when I have to change plans suddenly and didn't have a backup already.In my case, it's because I go completly blank for a few seconds, before my brain actually processes other options. Of course other times the person thinks you might give them something free if they just stand there. I usually ask if they want something else, and if they don't answer I tell them I'm moving on now. And I either leave or help next person.So far, it's alwsys worked for me.
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I probably would have been pretty upset too, honestly. I wouldn't have turned into a psychobitch, because I would have felt stupid for being oblivious to closing signs. But I would not have left with a useless gift card either.
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SamsClub, but not Walmart, lol. Obviously Sams Club just doesn't make enough money after dinner is bought
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Me too! Lol!
Toggle Commented Oct 3, 2016 on Sunday Signage Slip-Up at Retail Hell Underground
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I dunno, might do them good to work there for a while... Too bad it would probably suck for everyone else.
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This is precisely why I don't do ot that way. I will buy them a dessert or drink, or if I'm feeling really generous a $5.00 gift card to be used on the next guest. Anything else is asking for an asshole to tske advantage.
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Remind me never to leave California to move to Illinois.
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Kirin Ichiban is a beer that I think is mainly sold in Japan. My guess at general tranalation... With age you grow wiser. When I was young I thought I was great at things, but now that I'm older, beer is almost as good as being skilled?
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I'll be honest, I live in Ca. where employers are required to pay minimum wage, before tips. So I'm not going to stress about not leaving a tip if I'm feeling particularly broke or the server was an idiot.When I travel out of state it's a different story, theythey aren't making enough money to start with. But here? No, I don't teally see alot of reason to pay more for doing thier job, when I barely make more than minimum and nobody ever tips me for doung my job.
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So wait, if a small stain makes the mattress"garbage" to you, does that mean you all refurbish used mattesses?
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Well that sounds about right, perfect body and face first, then make sure voice isn't annoying, and then maybe see if she's any good at actually answering your questions.
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That's because you've probably not been on a creepy date gone wrong. There's a big difference between socially awkward and creepy weirdo, or even kind of scary jerk. Anytime you feel genuinely unsafe or uncomfortable with a date, especially one you've never met before, it's generally safer to discretely leave.
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No offense, but your Mom sounds like kind of a B***h. I mean , I'm sure she's a wonderful woman, normally, but...yeah.
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