Justice Served: He Deserves All The Suffering.
From ALLFATHER2233, Clipd
I was at a Craft Store in my town, and it wasn't too busy, but only one register was open. The cashier, a teen aged girl, I could tell was working as best as she could. The process was a tad slower however, because she had a stutter, and a bit of a lisp.
As she worked through the line, asking the usual questions probably mandated by the big wigs (I've worked in retail, it's a thing), the man behind me began to huff and puff. He muttered something about having places to go, he was in a hurry, etc.
I ignored him, until I heard him start to mock her to his kids; "W-w-would you l-like y-y-y-y-y-y-your reSCHKeet?"
The kids began to laugh. It made my blood boil. Especially since I could tell the cashier heard his mockery. That really made my blood boil. When a person doesn't respect retail employees as people, it's the best way to tell whether a person is a jerk or not.
So, when it was my turn at the register, she asked me in a small voice "Are you a member o-o-of the rew-w-rewards club?" And I looked smugly at the guy behind me, and back at her.
Me: "The rewards club? Oooo that sounds great! Please explain it to me?"
She seemed surprised at first, but then looked at the guy behind me, and then it clicked.
I have never given my information so slowly in my life. Never had I asked as many questions as I did. She smiled and answered my inquiries, while the guy behind me was seething.
Him: "Can you hurry up, please?"
Me: "And miss out on these great rewards? As if!"
I only held him up for about 5 minutes... but wooo child, it felt so good.
Lol, this is the best!
Posted by: Eprimex | Wednesday, August 01, 2018 at 10:38 AM
You could have given the rude man's daughter, or the cashier, some dating advice. "If you are out with a guy, or girl, if you prefer, and he is nice to you but rude or mean to the waitress, he is not a nice person."
Posted by: Burly Goontar | Wednesday, August 01, 2018 at 06:09 PM