I was at Goodwill today and saw a SS. Goodwill, for anyone not familiar, is a thrift store. They run 100% on donations. As in, they only sell things that people donate. Most people realize that, as a result, the merchandise is kind of hit or miss. Heck, DS and I call it "the treasure hunt store" because you never know what you're going to find.
SS today was asking an employee where their floor fans are. Employee answered that if they had any, they would be along the back wall. SS told the employee that she had already checked the back wall and asked where else would they be. This, in and of itself, is not particularly SS. But, when employee told SS that if it's not on the floor, they don't have any, SS got very upset. Didn't employee realize that it's the middle of summer, and it's hot? SS needed a fan, and she needed it now! Employee suggested several traditional stores with a more predictable inventory nearby, and SS went bat crap crazy. It's too expensive to shop at Walmart, that's why SS is at Goodwill to begin with. She needs a fan, and she wants to pay $1. (Thursday is dollar day, so everything with a yellow tag was only $1 today)