I need to study…
I really need to study…
but i can’t stop looking at jimmy page …
stop jimmy, *sigh* i have to studymy problem everyday
Update: I have failed in the test, damn you jimmy
- Remember, it’s not you who’s ringing up the items, it’s your cashier. Don’t put the items close to you on the conveyor belt, put them in them center. It makes him/her have to bend over the belt if you put them closer to you than them. Your cashier might be short.
- Put your items together by category. If you have makeup, put it all together. Chemicals? Put it all together. Baby items? Together. This makes it easier on your cashier AND you. How? Your cashier doesn’t get faced with the problem of having to find a non-food bag to put your bottle of bleach in because you put it last with all of your bread instead of putting it with the rest of the chemicals and when you get home, all of your things are in one bag. You won’t have to dig to find that eyeliner stick in your bag of kitchen supplies.
- Make sure you admit to YOUR mistakes. Don’t let the manager think that the cashier wasn’t paying attention and just let you have your item without scanning it, forgot a coupon, etc. If you forgot, make sure to say to the manager, “I’m sorry, I forgot to hand this package of toilet paper to him/her and accidentally walked out with it. Can you ring it up?”
- Answer politely! Remember, your cashier’s main 2 questions to start a conversation with you are #1. “Hi, how are you? #2. “Did you find everything okay?” Don’t leave them hanging by not saying anything. If their manager’s walking around, it makes them look like they’re not engaging in conversation with you.
- It’s your cashier’s job to be nice to you, not bend down on their knees and worship you and treat you to a spa day. Don’t run and tell the manager that he/she was rude to you because your cashier didn’t say hello the way you wanted. They’re not here because they absolutely love to bag your groceries, they’re here because they have to get paid so they can buy their own. This isn’t a career they love to wake up in the morning and do. Your cashier should always be polite, but if they’re obviously shy and don’t know how to converse with you or they’re new, don’t say they’re rude. That one little comment you make to the manager could cause poor Lucy to get fired when she’s hiding her 2 month pregnant belly under her apron, or even John when he had to quit college because he couldn’t afford the gas to go. You should always have a polite cashier. Only if they’re being completely rude to you should you report to the manager.
- Don’t take it out on the cashier that you couldn’t find an item, you forgot your I.D. and have to be carded for smokes, or you found something that went up in price. Remember, it’s only their job to bag your things and stock shelves. They don’t control those things. If you forgot your I.D. for cigarettes, remember, it’s your cashier’s job to say no to you. They get fired if they let you have those Maverick’s without your card.
- Wear your clothes. You can’t walk into a store without your shoes on. Even if you live in the country, you came from the swimming pool, or it’s hot, you still have to wear your shoes and other clothing items. It’s not sanitary for you or the employees there to walk around on the floor without shoes. This means your children too.
- Don’t trash the bathroom. Remember, vomiting all over the place and leaving it isn’t sanitary. Urinating in the sinks is wrong. Wiping bodily fluids and mucous all over the floors and walls means you obviously weren’t raised correctly. And flushing is just good manners. Wash your hands. Why should your cashier have to touch money and items from your hands to theirs after you just touched your penis or vagina with your hands? Would you want them to do that to you? We can tell when you don’t because those who clean the bathrooms avidly know how much soap and paper towels are used after you leave.
- Don’t leave your bags of items on the roller when you know the cashier has no more room to put the bags and you have a completely empty cart and 2 teenagers just standing there texting. Some stores don’t have baggers and YOU are required to put the items in your cart. After your items are bagged, please grab them off of the roller and put them in. How can your cashier put the items in the bags if there’s no more room?
- Be nice! Remember, both you AND your cashier deserve an equal amount of respect. Do you feel that it’s morally correct for you to be rude to someone and they should go out of their way and be nice to you anyways? If you scream at them, do you expect them to want to ask you how the weather was today or if you’re excited for summer as if you had never yelled at them? Would you be nice to someone if they yelled at you? No, you would feel offended and threatened and uncomfortable. Your cashier’s a human being, not a robot. They too, can feel upset by YOUR actions. And regardless of the saying, the customer’s not always right. Both cashier and customer are people. BOTH deserve the same respect. Give to others what you would like to receive.
- If you take an item off the shelf, put it back. Remember, your cashier also has to stock and recover. It’s extremely rude and irritating for you to just take an item out and dump it off somewhere. Sometimes it even takes a while to find its proper place.
- Lastly, if you want to be that super cool customer, call the manager over and tell them how WONDERFUL of a cashier you had. Even if they’re not the absolute best, it will make their day and motivate them even more. Be the AWESOME customer that your cashier can’t wait to say hi to. Make a new FRIEND at your local grocery or dollar store, not just a worker-bee.
*throws flower petals at you* be my friend
the boys wearing la albiceleste (requested by anon) x
haha if youre bored you could kiss me idk just sayin