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My store adventure.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. Gradstudent78

    Gradstudent78 Senior member

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    My fault with your actions is not in the use of the expression, it is that it was obvious they didn't understand what you were talking about when they were bringing you the wrong item. The classy thing to do would have been to educate them promptly instead of letting them run around like fools. There are other ways to get better service then wasting the salespeoples time. If the assistance was so bad last time I would think the preferred reaction is simply not to shop there rather then play games.
     
  2. Tomasso

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    I applaud LK for shaking the cage of these dolts who pretend to know of things sartorial. Most of these people could just as well be selling hot dogs.
     
  3. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I applaud LK for shaking the cage of these dolts who pretend to know of things sartorial. Most of these people could just as well be selling hot dogs.
    What I suspect is that many of these people have the oddly imperious attitude of those hawking hot dogs without anything standing behind them.
     
  4. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    You should take your parents shopping with you - salespeople will be more helpful with a grown-up present.
    LOL! I see what you did there... you insinuated that LK is young. Goddamn that's funny.
     
  5. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    LOL! I see what you did there... you insinuated that LK is young. Goddamn that's funny.
    That ran the gamut from A to B.
     
  6. metaphysician

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    LOL! I see what you did there... you insinuated that LK is young. Goddamn that's funny.

    tattersall's response made me laugh out loud.
     
  7. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    tattersall's response made me laugh out loud.
    I'm happy for you. I found it trite.
     
  8. metaphysician

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    I'm happy for you. I found it trite.

    Bully for you. Lighten up.
     
  9. tattersall

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    I'm happy for you. I found it trite.

    He acted as a child, I treated him as such.
     
  10. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    He acted as a child, I treated him as such.
    How pithy; a rhinestone in the rough.
     
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    That ran the gamut from A to B.
    that little turn of phrase got a laugh out of me LK
     
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    How pithy; a rhinestone in the rough.

    A rhinestone cowboy, LK?
     
  14. LabelKing

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    A rhinestone cowboy, LK?
    A one-hit nonwonder?
     

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