So it's almost Easter and at the chocolate shop I work at, a certain popular product is sold for $4.95. Therefore I've been getting many instances of excited small kids racing to my till with exactly $5 so that they can pay for their own chocolate. And every time I give them all the time I can - they're always without fail the most polite customers I'll get in the day and I think it's nice to give the kids practise at this kind of thing.
Today I had a little girl come and buy some chocolate, giving me her $5 very proudly. I gave her a bag, put her receipt inside etc. Our shop gives out free tastings to each customer so I leant over and said 'I have an important question for you - would you like some chocolate to eat now?'
The girl looks at me gravely with big eyes, like 'I didn't expect this', then nodded. We have an awesome easter chocolate range and I gave her a bit with her bag, wishing her a happy easter. Once again she just nods at me; no problem, kids get shy. She walks out of sight; 5 seconds later I hear a high pitched girl's voice yell 'MUM THE LADY GAVE ME THIS AND IT'S REALLY GOOD!'
This is what I go to work for. :)