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  1. I really love your blog. I was a cashier at one time and I feel your pain. I for one appreciate my local conveinance store clerk. She remembers what I smoke, she's always uber friendly, and she puts up with WAY more shit than I would. So on behalf of happy conveinance store customers everywhere, "Thank You" to you and all the other cashiers out there!

    1. Thank you for your comment! We love (most of) our regular customers. :-)

  2. I work in a gas station/convenience store as well, and when I found your blog my life got a little bit better. I live on the other side of the world and I can still relate to almost everything you post... I guess shitty gas station customers are the same everywhere in the world. Sigh.

  3. I love catching up on your blog. Always a laugh. Can't wait to purchase your book!

  4. I don't know if you're still cashiering, but I'm not any more. I retired when it became the better thing, for me, to do. (I'm The Unknown Cashier)
    I rather liked my first boss. Great deal of respect for her. She was a Jekyll and Hyde character. The nice part that she changed personalities slowly. The replacement was Jekyll rarely and mostly Hyde. When she became Hyde she was very fast about it and very sudden and you never knew who you were working for at any given time.
    SO when they changed the store to a different , (cheaper everything), kind of grocery store a LOT got worse. The final straw was that even though owned by the same company, they were able to get rid of seniority, status, position, wages levels. We could choose ti stay but you were considered a new employee and their was no guarantee you'd even get the same job. I TOOK my pension and left. Funny, I still miss dealing with people but the 'new' head cashier has a turnover of employees like you wouldn't believe!!!! More young people who don't think anything is wrong with taking a day off last minute or even worse just not showing up.



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