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post #46 of 61
As a Wal-Mart manager, I must say that I have not had the pleasure of having this happen outside of work.
post #47 of 61
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
As a Wal-Mart manager, I must say that I have not had the pleasure of having this happen outside of work.

I knew you were a high-flyer Mr Moo...
post #48 of 61
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I knew you were a high-flyer Mr Moo...

High enough.
post #49 of 61
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
High enough.

I thought you left a few months ago...

I'm happy you chose to stay to battle the forces of evil .
post #50 of 61
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
I thought you left a few months ago...

I'm happy you chose to stay to battle the forces of evil .

As a Wal-Mart manager I don't have very much to do during the day, so I browse SF to pass the time. I am glad you're glad.
post #51 of 61
When this happens, I do my best to be as rude as possible to the person, so that they wont come in again and buy the clothes that i want. Drop 8? get the fuck out!
post #52 of 61
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
When this happens, I do my best to be as rude as possible to the person, so that they wont come in again and buy the clothes that i want.

Drop 8? get the fuck out!

Thanks SG, my first lol of the day.
post #53 of 61
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post
Thanks SG, my first lol of the day.

No need to be rude , just ignore the guy, drop him in the middle of the conversation and start with someone else...

Nothing is worse than being ignored.
post #54 of 61
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Originally Posted by The Swede View Post
The strange thing is when the asking party gets annoyed and looks at me as if I am somehow playing out an intricate joke where I will help the next person, come back and say "Just kidding, I do work here". They then proceed the eye me suspicously for around 10 minutes until it is clear that I do not work there.

That's bad!

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Originally Posted by bigbris1 View Post
We were in the Gap on like 18th & 5th last weekend looking for some stuff for the boy and a couple walks in minutes after we'd walked in and started asking me for help. I think I scarred her for life. She and her husband walked away with a terrified look. It was awesome!

What happened, what did you do?

Some entertaining stories... An interesting project would be to go to a dept. store and deliberately single out customers (one at a time), and ask them sales related questions. You would surely see how different people react when put into the situation, and perhaps get a major reaction that you, in turn, could adopt when placed in that situation in the future.
post #55 of 61
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Originally Posted by IBJanky View Post
That gives me an idea... I'll do that next time and see how far i can take it

I'll let you guys know how it goes

myke
someone did that at my job and got away with $200. though this is UO we are talking about.
post #56 of 61
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Originally Posted by Scoundrel View Post
What happened, what did you do?

Trade secret.
post #57 of 61
A few years ago, I was standing outside a hospital when a car with a young couple and an infant pulled up. The mother looked to be struggling to get her baby out of the car, so I naturally assisted her. I was puzzled when she didn't offer to take the baby back. I figured out that she must have confused me with the non-existent staff. Knowing the procedures inside-out, I helped her check in - the staff knew me well, figured out what was going on (or assumed they were friends of mine) and smiled. Only after her husband returned (who had managed to park the car by then) did they realize I was just being helpful. Nice couple and nice baby - elevated fever, runny nose and a cough. Despite taking all sorts of precautions as I normally do when I am in a hospital or clinic, as I was holding the baby and looking down at him, he gazed up back at me and sneezed ... right in my face. I came down with a cold the next morning.
post #58 of 61
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Originally Posted by blackjack View Post
A few years ago, I was standing outside a hospital when a car with a young couple and an infant pulled up. The mother looked to be struggling to get her baby out of the car, so I naturally assisted her. I was puzzled when she didn't offer to take the baby back. I figured out that she must have confused me with the non-existent staff. Knowing the procedures inside-out, I helped her check in - the staff knew me well, figured out what was going on (or assumed they were friends of mine) and smiled. Only after her husband returned (who had managed to park the car by then) did they realize I was just being helpful. Nice couple and nice baby - elevated fever, runny nose and a cough. I came down with a cold the next morning.

next thing you know, you contracted POLIO
post #59 of 61
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Originally Posted by sho'nuff View Post
next thing you know, you contracted POLIO

With swine flu spreading so quickly , it is more and more difficult to assist the weaken and the sick.
post #60 of 61
This has happened to me before, but I take it as a compliment.
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