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Eh, the story is a little too blatantly fake at this point. I'm less concerned with their emotional well-being than I am the fact that they did this much creative writing for free.
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Even the pumpkin's face is weirdly wrong. I feel more and more like I'm having a stroke the longer I look at this thing.
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It's specifically designed to look like a cereal box. "SEE real." Get it?
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Heh, I pointed that out last time they posted one of these. I was just jumped on by equally clueless people claiming to have never heard of such a thing and that I must be wrong. Never mind the simple logic of leaving the sign in place to protect the fluorescent tubes, while flipping it to avoid confusion. They were just not having it.
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I would probably be just as frustrated and angry as that guy if someone told me they could do basic math, then proceeded to make it clear that they, in fact, cannot. As Bluja said, as long as you give correct change, it will still add up the same at the end of the day. Unless you mean that you had closed the register and were unable to open it again, but that is not even implied by the story as told here.
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Did you just stop reading the story half way through and skip to the last line? Or was that sarcasm?
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Everything is crooked, and there is artifacting galore. Must be legit.
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2017 on Just Going To... at Retail Hell Underground
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Careful Molly. The last person to call out Lightning as an obnoxious troll got banned.
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You have her information on file. Have her charged with attempted destruction of property.
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Not really. They deserved far worse.
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So, the police were *on site*, but it didn't even occur to you to press assault charges? You know that no matter what store policy is, they can't stop you from exercising your legal rights, right?
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McHell, Amazon has their own courier service now. More importantly, she didn't have to do anything with them. If she didn't sign for them, they ain't her problem.
Toggle Commented Aug 20, 2016 on You Had One Job Amazon at Retail Hell Underground
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She isn't in jail because, for some reason, you neglected to report her act of attempted murder.
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This is literally only the case in the US. Here in Canada, debit cards are not sponsored by credit card companies. In fact, that is the simplest way to tell a credit card and a debit card apart; the LACK of a credit card logo. So, I really do hope there isn't a chance this customer was from across the border, otherwise it is you who are the dumbass.
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This was just posted within the past couple weeks.
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The 1940s were considerably more than 40 years ago. You're off by at least 30 years.
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Wouldn't a grill cook be wearing, you know, sleeves? While working the grill? You're just some asshole.
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Blarg. Now I feel dumb. Still isn't really a "SIGNAGE SLIP-UP" though.
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Dude, you are really going to have to explain what you think is wrong with that sign. Is that an unreasonable price for coconuts in South Africa? And are those supposed to be limes? What does that have to do with the sign?
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This is less of a Retail Hell story and more of an "Oh No! Two people I disliked for largely personal reasons but who were otherwise poor workers existed in my life briefly and then were fired! Poor poor me!"
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Is there a reason you constantly post fake things and parodies without understanding that they aren't real?
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Why am I not surprised that american children assume every holiday is about war?
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It amuses me, though, that this site often seems more concerned with shaming poor tippers than with getting these horrific laws changed.
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Or, perhaps your horrific country's ridiculously primitive welfare programs are designed to humiliate and marginalize the poor?
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