(Source: teen-wolf)Thursday the 10th of July, 2014
Thursday the 3rd of July, 2014
Hank Hill doesn’t fuck around when it comes to cocaine and cocaine accessories.
Wednesday the 2nd of July, 2014
America’s entire defense budget should go directly to Tim Howard.
Monday the 30th of June, 2014
Anon pranks a german chef
Thursday the 26th of June, 2014
/b/ explains how The Big Bang Theory isn’t a show for geeks
Thursday the 19th of June, 2014
My store has size stickers that says which size an item is in different languages. I don’t think that is unusual, but apparently it is too much for customers to understand.
People will always go, “What does TG (XL) mean?” I explain it means extra large in Spanish which makes them confused why we have Spanish writing on our tags. They will then proceed to ask me the same question, with a different size a few seconds later.
Friday the 13th of June, 2014
Mr. Perry, consider this an intervention.
Thursday the 29th of May, 2014
[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right.
Top Text: “JUST SOME.”
Bottom Text: “CASHIER RANTS.”]
So lately I’ve been on the registers at the store where everyone can be a Maxxinista and I, and my fellow Robins, have had all the same complaints about being a cashier:
- Get off your phone. Seriously, it’s rude.
- Going along with that, please try to acknowledge our presence, we’re living people, not machines. At the very least say hello back.
- Pay attention to the transaction going on. I know there are a lot of things around registers that can be distracting, but you’re spending your money, try to focus to make sure everything goes right.
- When asked if you want your money back in cash or on your card “Whatever you want to do” is not an acceptable answer. I can’t make that decision as it is your money.
- Please don’t snatch stuff out of our hands.
- Try not to be rude to us if something goes wrong with the transaction, some of us are still learning.
- Please try to remember your debit/credit cards and/or cash or checks. I know people forget these things from time to time, but if you come out with the sole intention to shop, please have something.
- Along that line, please try to remember how much money you have available. If your card(s) are declined, it’s not our fault. Try to check your bank statements.
- Please pay attention to the price tags. For example: if you have several Polo shirts (which are about $34.99-39.99) they are going to add up quickly. Plus tax.
- Don’t forget about tax.
- I have a small counter area between my register and the ones on either side, please don’t pile all your items on there. I can only bag things so fast.
- If I try to hand you a bag to clear counter space, clearly it’s OK to take it. Don’t just stare at me.
- Don’t throw money at me, I’m not a stripper. Either hand it to me or place it on the counter if you don’t want to touch my hand.
- And the biggest one of all: DON’T ARGUE WITH ME. Honestly, whatever I tell you is what I’ve been told to say. I can’t change store policy, I can’t make exceptions. Sorry, not sorry.
I’m sure there are more, but this is all I could think of for now. To quote one of my co-workers “We don’t get paid enough to put up with [customer’s] crap.”
Monday the 12th of May, 2014
John Oliver Holds a Statistically Representative Climate Change Debate
"If there has to be a debate about the reality of climate change — and there doesn’t — then there is only one mathematically fair way to do it." On Last Week, John Oliver brought on Bill Nye (of course) and 96 other scientists to debate 3 climate change skeptics, because news shows shouldn’t give the impression that this is, scientifically, a 50/50 issue.