Dear Starbucks customer, we’re sorry your lady garments don’t support your lady parts, but you didn’t need to tell us. We can see for ourselves.
Just had a customer whip out four pairs of new panties from a Target bag to show me. To be fair, I think she was a few coffee beans short of a batch, but does that excuse her from displaying her undies on my counter? She was GENUINELY EXCITED to share her new britches with me. I guess that’s *okay*; I get excited about new drawers, too.
Feb 22, 2010
*Addendum to this post: I like to incorporate pictures into my posts whenever possible. That said, I do not recommend Googling images for “fun panties.” At least not publicly.
Customers should be seen and not smelled.
I’m sure your perfume smells lovely in small doses, but I don’t want my first whiff when you’re still twenty paces from my register. Tone it down, sister.
You know the conversation is going downhill once the customer brings up the subject of her right nostril.
Had a customer call me up and chew me out yesterday for not putting sugar in her coffee (she forgot to ask and I’m still not adept at mind reading). She returned today to apologize.
“I don’t speak French, so I’m just gonna order in Ghetto Speak.”
When I ask, “What size?” the answer is not “decaf”. If I repeat the question 2x more, the answer will still not be “decaf.”