Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Doughnut Be Stupid

Sometimes I just want to smack a customer's hand and tell them 'No!'


No, you cannot rip a doughnut in half and ask if you can have it for half price.

Yes, that is what a customer did yesterday. I would have thought he'd bust out with a 'Just kidding!' and run back to grab the other half of the doughnut, but no. He was serious.

When I told him that he couldn't have it for half price, he walked back over to the doughnut case, put the half doughnut back and walked out of the store.

Wow, times must be tough if you can't afford a 75 cent luxury.

I didn't have the energy to run after him. Instead all I could do was shake my head.

If I ever see him in the store again, I'm going to add 75 cents to his total.

But an assface like that probably knows not to come back.

9 comments:

  1. We've had people asking for a discount on cheese buns made that day because they were made at 3a.m. (not sure how she knew what time they were baked at, I work there and I even couldn't tell you that!). Then we have the customers who need a diaper and think nothing of taking one from a package...or need a kleenex, so let's just open the box. What do they think happens with those opened boxes? They can't be sold...go to claims, becomes a loss for the store. Bimbos. You need a diaper or kleenex, BRING YOUR OWN!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. We've had a few people open packages to take things out. It pisses me off everytime I see it. Mainly because it's not for anything important. It's usually snack cakes. Why don't people steal 1 or 2 slices of bread? Something that they really need??

      Delete
  2. Wow! Really? Lol I'm so glad I don't work at a convenience store anymore. Not much surprises me, but people never cease to amaze me.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I stopped being surprised a long time ago.

      Delete
  3. Nothing surprises me, once all the clerical staff in our office decided to make Christmas a little merrier by collecting candy for the children at the homeless school. We set a drop box up in the lunch room for the candy donations. The box was pretty full when we left work that day, but in the morning when we came in the lunch room some of the attorneys were eating the chocolate candy out of the donation box. The attorneys who made over $100,000 a year stole candy purchased for homeless children, and to make things even worse they didn't replace what they ate. It takes all kinds I guess…

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Wow, did anyone ever say anything to these attorneys? At least make them feel like shit for what they did? Although, if they were taking candy from a donation box, I doubt they really care what people think of them.

      Delete
  4. That's a pretty good idea though . . . I'm going to the grocery store to see how much they'd charge me for one grape.

    ReplyDelete
  5. You really get a lot of weirdos in your store. A lot of weirdos.

    I'm doing great. I hope all is well in your world too.

    Have a terrific day. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. Now, I can understand (if not agree with) grabbing a donut and running because one is hungry. But this is just ridiculous. Plus, there are soup kitchens for hungry people. This guy needs a slap up along side his head.

    ReplyDelete

 

Design by Custom Blog Designs using stock image by lemn