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keeper13 keeper13 7 years
I've wanted to do this, never got up the guts to tho...
keeper13 keeper13 7 years
I've wanted to do this, never got up the guts to tho...
snarkypants 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 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 nancita 7 years
This would also make a good tshirt. Same goes for people with cell phones.
amybdk amybdk 7 years
That is awesome! When I was cashiering, it was the cell phone use that really ticked me off.
amybdk amybdk 7 years
That is awesome!When I was cashiering, it was the cell phone use that really ticked me off.
Astro_nerd Astro_nerd 7 years
Haha!!
Schaianne Schaianne 7 years
Pretty sad someone had to make up that sign. :P
linds1019 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 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 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 tweet-hotpants 7 years
the "oh, snap" caption made me laugh.
miss-britt 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 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 GlowingMoon 7 years
I always take my IPOD off when I deal with the cashier. Isn't it normal manners?? I suppose not.
radarkitty 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 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 colormesticky 7 years
I wish I could've made a sign like that for cell phone users when I was a cashier.
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