We sell cigars. All different kinds of them. Our display kind of looks like this:
Yes, that's right. There are millions of them.
I don't smoke cigars, so sometimes it makes it a little difficult to find a certain kind when a customer asks for one.
But when they do the finger pointing thing, that's when I get annoyed.
Here is what I see:
followed by: "I'll take that one right there."
I turn to see where their finger is pointing, and all I see is this:
I turn back towards them and they are still trying to point me in the right direction of the little tiny cigar they want:
It gets a little confusing sometimes.
So then I ask them which brand they want, because to me, it's easier to tell me the name of what you want instead of me trying to guess where your stupid finger is pointing.
But instead of telling me the name, they start giving me directions.
"It's two over from the last one on the end but three rows up from that."
So please, when you want to purchase something that there are a million brands of such as a cigar, just tell the cashier the name of what you want or we will be pointing our finger at you next time.