POPSUGAR Love Sign Language Oh, Snap! by GiggleSugar 4/22/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook I think Emily Post is turning in her grave. Source Read More Sign LanguageHumor Get inspired with our daily newsletter Home Food Vegetarian Tech Love and Sex DIY Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. keeper13 6 years I've wanted to do this, never got up the guts to tho... keeper13 6 years I've wanted to do this, never got up the guts to tho... snarkypants 7 years when i worked retail, i wouldn't help anybody until they were off the phone or took their headphones out. i would even take the people in line behind them. if they were going to be inconsiderate of me, there was no way i was going to help them! Astro_nerd 7 years Wow, GiggleSugar, by these comments it seems you should introduce a “Cell-Phone Cins – er, Sins” section to your site! nancita 7 years This would also make a good tshirt. Same goes for people with cell phones. amybdk 7 years That is awesome! When I was cashiering, it was the cell phone use that really ticked me off. amybdk 7 years That is awesome!When I was cashiering, it was the cell phone use that really ticked me off. Astro_nerd 7 years Haha!! Schaianne 7 years Pretty sad someone had to make up that sign. :P linds1019 7 years Cell phones should be added to that sign. It is so irritating to see someone on the phone while being checked out. It's rude! Francoisehardly 7 years Oh and I should mention I was once in line at Shoprite waiting to pay for something and I kept hearing the guy behind me repeat the phrase "Bark for me". It took me a bit to figure out he was on the phone and then I was wondering whether he was actually taking to a dog. Francoisehardly 7 years I wouldn't be listening to it while paying for something or while in a store in general. Isn't excessive cell phone usage more likely? tweet-hotpants 7 years the "oh, snap" caption made me laugh. miss-britt 7 years i'm a professional cashier and the ipod is my least concern. More like attitudes and cell phones need to be left at the door. miss-britt 7 years i'm a professional cashier and the ipod is my least concern. More like attitudes and cell phones need to be left at the door. GlowingMoon 7 years I always take my IPOD off when I deal with the cashier. Isn't it normal manners?? I suppose not. radarkitty 7 years Recently in the Bay Area there was a 14/15 year old who just got hit by a train because he didn't hear it coming. Thanks to his ipod. Those things kill for reals! lylandra 7 years I have to take my IPod off when I am dealing with the cashier...it just feels impolite if I don’t...I used to be a cashier and it was always so weird when people were having conversations on the phone... There was one time a gal was talking to her brother using speaker phone and I got all red because he blurted out 'Is she hot?!' colormesticky 7 years I wish I could've made a sign like that for cell phone users when I was a cashier.