I worked at a grocery store deli. It never failed. Someone would come in 5 min before we closed,and wanted a whole bunch of stuff sliced. Then someone would see THEM getting it,and want stuff too. By that time,we're already a half hour past closing time.
At least a few times a week,someone would insist we make them something that we didn't sell. My favorite were subs. I'd say no,but this one time I told the guy,"Ok,but I have to weigh and meter every single item". He says ok. That sub ended up costing him $11! lol
There literally was a Subway 2 doors down. He could have gotten it for $4 there.
I worked as a housekeeper in a hotel for a few years. I was amazed at how people would leave their rooms.Garbage strewn on the floor,tubs full of filthy water left undrained,pee and poo everywhere in the bathroom,and used condoms left on nightstands and in the sheets. One time I found one dried on the ceiling. I wonder how many tries it took to get it to stick...
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Answer by DJDNY at 9:22 PM on Nov. 16, 2013
I use to work at Wall-Mart....enough said lol I've seen lots of crazy ass shit, from paying in pure pennies, child abuse, spouse abuse, fainting, an old man died infront of me, a lady had a baby in the bathroom(I didn't see it), people with ocd trying to shop and pay, employee outburst, mom's stealing, and some man urinated all over the pet isle. But with all that I've also experienced some pretty hope for human kind of moments aswell. Once this mom and a young child were buying diapers and baby food and some other things and when it came time to pay she didn't have enough and need to put back some stuff. The man behind her just paid for it all. Also a customer once paid for a bunch of coffee at the Mc Donalds and then came and told all the employees to go have free coffee. I also saw one customer save another customer.
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Answer by mrsmom110 at 6:28 AM on Nov. 17, 2013
I was a register jockey for twenty years, I have worked fast food retail and parking lots. I have had food thrown on me been punched in the face and had people return half eaten food and get all of their money back. I have also seen customers help other customers and had kindness given to myself one time I was sick and was at work for twelve hours this lady brought me orange juice and Theraflu so its all kinds.
Answer by pinkdragon36 at 12:40 PM on Nov. 17, 2013