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Customer Service Etiquette
 
# 31 : Sunday 9-7-2017 @ 12:06
 
 
When I worked in retail I had great customer service for the most part - I was approachable, always smiled, said please and thank you, made eye contact etc. although I could be a dick when the customer deserved it. "Customer is always right" was never my motto. Treat me with respect and I do the same. Whenever the customer just threw their money down on the counter instead of my outstretched hand I would do the same with their change (using all coins, even if there was notes in the till).
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# 32 : Sunday 9-7-2017 @ 12:46
 
 
Ha. In the same situation, I would probably jerk to the left robot-arm-style and drop the change. And then get fired.
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# 33 : Sunday 9-7-2017 @ 22:40
 
 
Someone said :

I've always wondered that as well. I bet they cry themselves to sleep or cut themselves in the dark.


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# 34 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 00:02
 
 
The opening bit of the Monty Python chemist sketch...


Video Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilh3hxNdpZs
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# 35 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 00:44
 
 
That reminds me of the time when I was waiting in line to be served in a chemist in Florida when a large coloured woman shouted at the assistant "Hey, you got anything for herpes". Also a local shop where I used to buy my copies of Hot Press, the shop owner was always smiling and friendly until one day he told me with a scowl that he didn't stock it anymore, it was just after they featured gay ads in their personal section.
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# 36 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 16:27
 
 
Someone said :

My chemist story is when I was getting one of the Hep vaccines in college years ago. It was recommended for gay men, and while the college doctor could prescribe, I had to buy it. At the pharmacy's prescription counter, the nice lady looked at the prescription and then, in front of other customers, asked me why I was getting it.

"Because the doctor prescribed it", I said.

"Do you do some work in the prison?", she probed.

"No."

"Are you a volunteer with the homeless shelter?", she asked.

"No."

"You must be a medical student", she announced.

"I'm not. They don't teach medicine in UL."

I wish I'd had the confidence to conclude: "The doctor prescribed it for my sexual health".

Next time tell her that's her husband who recommended it to you to make butt-sex safer.
Then ask her if she wants to share your prescription.
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# 37 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 16:33
 
 
Someone said :
That reminds me of the time when I was waiting in line to be served in a chemist in Florida when a large coloured woman shouted at the assistant "Hey, you got anything for herpes". Also a local shop where I used to buy my copies of Hot Press, the shop owner was always smiling and friendly until one day he told me with a scowl that he didn't stock it anymore, it was just after they featured gay ads in their personal section.

Was she green with envy or disgust?
Or red with anger, embarrassment, or lustful?
Or pink with cheer or embarrassment?
Or black with mourning?
Or blue with sadness?
Or white with shock or scare?
Or yellow with caution or happiness?
Or grey with depression?
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# 38 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 17:18
 
 
Someone said :

Was she green with envy or disgust?
Or red with anger, embarrassment, or lustful?
Or pink with cheer or embarrassment?
Or black with mourning?
Or blue with sadness?
Or white with shock or scare?
Or yellow with caution or happiness?
Or grey with depression?

Or white, like a snowflake.
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# 39 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 17:34
 
 
You can't say anything anymore.
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# 40 : Monday 10-7-2017 @ 18:30
 
 
Someone said :
You can't say anything anymore.

You can.
And others can say that what is said does not make sense, is no longer a concept supported by modern understanding and state of cultural advancement, or is an old fashion mindset that deserves to be gently challenged.

We all know Butters is not a bad egg. He is the salt of the earth, so much so that discolored scientists reckon he is responsible for half the blood pressure of the planet Earth.

So it is fair game to gently challenge his older way, recognizing that they stem from a time when using the word "colored" was used as a fair and genuine effort to not use racial slur.
It is not a comment on him, but on how times have changed.

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