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Why do I like this job, again?

Starbucks Twenty Questions
Me: Hey, good morning. What can I get for you today.
Moron (aka Customer): Ah, that light thing?
Me: Frappacino?
Moron: ...
Me: Cold drink? Blended...
Moron: No, hot. Hot?
Me: Skinny latte?
Moron: Yes.
Me: Flavor?
Moron: ...
Me: Vanilla? Hazelnut? Cinnamon Dolce? Gingerbread? Mocha?
Moron: Yes.
Me: ...
Moron: Vanilla.
Me: Size?
Moron: Grande.
Me: Anything else for you today?
Moron: Yes.
Me: ...
Moron: Sandwich.
Me: Which kind?
Moron: ...
Me: *points at case*
Moron: Oh...Sausage.
Me: *mental headdesk*

I'm still covering shifts this week, and today I was covering about half of an opening shift (I can't be there at 5a because I walk to work). So, Dad dropped me off at work, I had a quick breakfast and clocked in at 7a. Then my assistant manager decided that there'd been too many manhours scheduled that week, and starts sending people home.

So I got up at 6a to work two and a half hours today. Not pleased. Not pleased at all.

And since I had an appointment a few hours later, I just went down to Silver Spring rather than home. And the wireless keeps going out on me.

And then C cancelled on me (we were supposed to go hunting for the illusive Bra That Fits), so I'm not having the best day.



( 9 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 25th, 2008 05:29 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure if I've told you this story - when I worked at the bookstore a lady once came up to me and said she was looking for a book for her father, for Father's Day. She wanted to know where the Non-Fiction section was.

Insert *headdesk* It took a lot to not twirl around while pointing at most of the bloody store :p We eventually narrowed it down - but honestly!

I'm sorry you're having a bad day >_
Mar. 25th, 2008 05:32 pm (UTC)
She was probably assuming the bookstore was like a library in structure. Still, *facepalm*

Eh, I'll be alright. I've got therapy in an hour, and then the 'rents are possibly going to pick me up. And it's not like I actually wanted to go bra shopping, I just need to.
Mar. 25th, 2008 05:39 pm (UTC)
Ah. Nothing like dealing with the morons, pre-caffiene.
Mar. 25th, 2008 05:54 pm (UTC)
Oh, wow. I think that is the reason I don't work in retail anymore. Stupid customers that you have to be nice too.
Mar. 25th, 2008 08:45 pm (UTC)
Perhaps they were seriously out of it...

VS has the new biofit thingy. I went and looked at one and it seems interesting...but I also put it right back in the drawer because it's $48 >.
Mar. 25th, 2008 08:57 pm (UTC)
Yeah, that's part of the problem. I'm tired of paying $40+ for bras that don't even fit well. We were going to go see if we could find something that fits better at another store.
Mar. 26th, 2008 12:12 am (UTC)
Oh oh oh! Bra shopping! Sign me up -- assuming this problem still isn't solved by the time I come home next month. Ever tried the Hanes half-fit bra? I don't know what you actual sizing problem is, however...

Man, I love underwear shopping; it's unnatural.
Mar. 26th, 2008 01:04 am (UTC)
No, my problem is two-fold: that my breasts are visibly uneven, and that they need more support that one would expect for their size for me to be comfy. The bra I used to by, from Vickie's, fit like a dream, but they discontinued it, and the most similar thing is a little uncomfortably around the underwiring.

And yes, that is unnatural.
Mar. 29th, 2008 11:19 pm (UTC)
The elusive bra that fits
Go to Nordstroms - the measure you (bra on - no embarrassment - and then they scamper around getting you the perfect bra while you stand in the dressing room life an important person. Changed my life.
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