18 thoughts on “June 19, 2016

  1. This happens all the time to me at work. But by the customer service desk I work at there are a lot of clothing items so it’s conceivable that people are still shopping instead of seeking assistance. I’ve become used to telling the difference but it’s still tricky when it’s just one person. And only one out of 20 people ends up this irate.

    • Because that’s how fast Customers can and do SNAP.

      Back to my regularly-scheduled silent shame triggered by having read this strip now…

  2. Dude, she doesn’t have eyes in the back of her head! Use your words instead of staring at her back and boring holes into her with your eyes.

  3. I used to have people snap or “psssssssssssst” to get my attention. I never answered except the one time I asked someone if they sprung a leak after a few incessant “psssssssssst”.

  4. I can’t think of a word to describe this customer that doesn’t involve a cuss word. I absolutely hate people like this. Being startled into a heart attack shouldn’t be a job requirement. What if this was an older person and his sudden shout out caused a heart attack? It’s been known to happen.

  5. This reminds of the customers who would try to get my attention by clearing their throat loudly. How about trying with actual words huh?

  6. This joke was done previously (August 5, 2011), but it is so apropos. Customers do this all the time! I try to keep aware of my surroundings so that I can greet each and every customer, but when you get caught up in figuring out how to get just one more item into an already overfull display…

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