Oy, I'm currently a retail slave and have been for the past 2 years.
The fitting rooms are the worst. Customers never seem to have time to actually try things on so they're in a huge hurry. They are personally insulted that I must count the items and that I will not break the rules just for them. Bringing things back out is simply ridiculous. Oh, and those "hygenic liners" in bikinis obviously belong on walls.
As a cashier, I have had customers scream at me because of the way the store I work in does markdowns. It's an oulet store and markdowns are based on week number, not type. So you might get two identical shirts where one is marked down and the other is not. I will calmly explain the policy, call a manager to explain it to you, but teh policy will not change no matter how ridiculous you think it is.
Oh, and if you want to be waited on hand and foot go to Macy's or something. This is an outlet store, not a boutique. We cannot follow you throughout your shopping and cater to your every whim. No, I don't know if there are any blue polo shirts, I will show you where to look, though. Yes, I will help you but I cannot devote 30 minutes to searching for you.
Trash belongs in a trashcan. If little snookums just HAS to have candy in the store, make sure it isn't left stuck to shelves and merchandise. To those wonderful parents who keep their children under control, I love you. To the rest with all their little precious monsters, clothes racks are not jungle gyms, why would you ever let your kid open toys in a store, and WATCH YOUR KID! I am not a babysitter nor is the toy section a babysitter. Those are not free toys to entertain snookums, they are our MERCHANDISE!
TMI Grossness ahead warning.
Toilet paper goes downt the toilet (which you should flush), not on the floor. If your period leaks on your undies and you feel the need to steal a pair from us to replace yours, at least throw the nasty things away. There's no need to leave it balled up on the floor. Diapers belong in the trash, not left on the floor and cleaning the bathroom is not my job. I will report it to a manager but don't yell at me because I won't get down on my hands and knees and scrub.
-Ulla who is dreading work tomorrow.