I would like to submit a complaint about the whiny baby asswipes who go into Walmart and expect to be treated like royalty. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you shop at Walfart:
1) You, the customer, are NOT always right. In fact, most of you are illiterate neanderthals who cannot read the price on a sticker or understand return policies or the terms of warranties you purchase.
2) You have no right to abuse the staff. No "chunking" cabbages. No calling names. No swearing.
3) If you need help with something, duh, ask. Standing around wringing your hands, pouting, and staring wistfully at nearby employees does NOT indicated you need assistance with something. However, "Excuse me, can you help me?" DOES indicate you would like some help.
4) You get what you pay for. Want something done cheap, fast, and easy? It's probably not going to be the best work. Want a good deal? It's not going to last long. Want cheap food? It's not going to taste the greatest.
5) Handicapped people. Now, don't think I'm callous. I'M disabled. I cannot walk. Do I walk in there thinking everyone better cater to me? No. I do my shopping on days when I am well, and I bring a family member with me. I wait my turn in lines, I do not cut. I do not push my way through aisles. I do not have a sense of entitlement. And neither should any of you. Asswipes.
6) If you drive 50 miles round trip for PEPPERS, and the cashier couldn't tell the difference and overcharged you $3, so what? You probably paid more in gas to get there and back. Get over it. ***
7) Mrs. Lea: Sit on it and spin. No one likes you. No one cares about you or your complaints. No one cares about your husband, who I am beginning to think is either imaginary or is a cat, like in Date Movie.
Ok, that is it for now.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Cashier.