bpcslave poses a great question in customers_suck
If they spend five minutes trying to find a barcode an inch square on a bag of crisps, how the hell are they going to find a clitoris in later life?
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Ah, the native hunting ground of the Sancham woman... Tesco's. Things haven't gotten any better, I tell you. In one lunchtime foray I witnessed:
People making cul-de-sacs out of trolleys, and then other people driving INTO these to create gridlocks and essentially rendering an entire aisle unusable. Seriously, if these idiots were painted blue you'd think you were in a Romero movie.
People letting children scan in items at the self-service tills. I'm sorry, but letting your poster child for Pro-Choice hold me up when I'm on my break is not endearing, cute or otherwise positive. If they spend five minutes trying to find a barcode an inch square on a bag of crisps, how the hell are they going to find a clitoris in later life? May as well just give up now, and kill yourself - hey, it'll make it cheaper for your parents next Christmas.
Old people standing in the middle of the aisle, blocking the path to everyone - leading to a disabled guy in a wheelchair having to yell "Coming through!" to garner a response, after some time asking nicely and clearly for them to move. Maybe winter fuel allowance could be tied in with IQ tests so that the stupid ones freeze to death, thin out the herd a little?
One bright spot was when I went through the self-service - it stops you if you buy anything dodgy, like 'adult' literature, alcohol or the like. I got stopped because I purchased two packs of painkillers. And a Joy Division CD.