Post by lasghostgirl on May 27, 2007 17:37:50 GMT -5
I hate it when you spend 12 bucks for a movie (that includes drink, etc) and there is some young teen beside you in the movie that can't leave her boyfried or girlfriend for 2 hours without texting on their phones for the ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE MOVIE and her parents didn't do a dam* thing. AHHHHHH!!!!
I hate it when you get a phone call wanting someone and they have the wrong number and you tell them that they have a wrong number... then the next 10 calls its them still calling and looking for some one that don't live at your number.
This is an actual excerpt from a phone conversation I had:
Caller: "Ay yo, lemme talk to Leroy!" Me: "You ain't heard? Leroy in the hospital!" Caller: "What!?!?!?" Me: "Yeah, he got the clap from a ho on Lee Skreet." Caller: "Maaan, dis da wrong numba....<click>....
Post by Ray-LA Spirits on May 31, 2007 17:47:58 GMT -5
I hate it when people go to the drive-thru of a fast food joint and orders for a thousand people. This slows the line up to a screeching halt. GO INSIDE!! for god's sake. They have more than one cash register in there...
He who knows not and knows he knows not but thinks he knows everything is a blooming idiot.
...when people state the obivous... Example: On July 28th 1998, my house caught on fire. I called 911 and of course every fire truck in the parish shows up. The whole neighborhood is standing in my front yard...firemen are going in and out with hoses...THERE IS SMOKE POURING OUT OF THE DOORS AND WINDOWS. Some idiot pulls up in my drive way and asks, "Is it on Fire?"
Live Life For Today, Yesterday Is Gone, & Tomorrow May Never Come.
This morning at around 2:30 AM, my cell phone starts ringin. I had been asleep for a couple of hours, and my lil girl was sound asleep. Thinking that the only way my phone would be ringing this late at night would be a family emergency, I don't bother to wipe the sleep from my eyes and didn't look at the incoming number before answering it.
This is the actual phone conversation:
Me: Hello Caller: Hey!! Me: Hey?? Caller: I just wanted to let ya'll know I made it home ok. Me: Who is this? Caller: Who is dis? Is dis Darryl Lemoine? Me: No, I think you got the wrong number. Caller: Aw sh!t, sorry.......<click>
Post by tiffanylynn on Nov 30, 2007 4:12:37 GMT -5
I can't stand it when people who are old enough to know better, join a group (whose name i won't mention..........damn, i crack myself up), don't do the few minor things that they knew were required of em, then get their draws all bunched up when they get booted. and THEN have the nads to call me, uh........i mean someone in the above mentioned group, a power hungry bitch. ME?!?!?! Power hungry? Do I look like president bush?? People think we can't live without em just because they might have a lil somethin to offer the group. ok, so maybe it was a thermal cam, but i can think of at least one other place that the cam would be more useful. oh, and why does everybody look so frikken jolly??? ho ho ho, dammit.
Today, I had to take my 13 year old son to buy a new sportscoat. It was pouring down rain, and after all the walking we had done at other stores with no luck, I was in some serious post-surgery pain. We finally made it to Dillards. The saleswoman totally ignored us, though it was obvious that we were on a mission. We found a jacket that fit, and went to pay for it. After being rung up, that sames saleslady walked up and said that she was just over there, why didn't anyone call her? I looked at her and said, "You walked away when we walked up. You don't deserve this sale." Don't you hate being ignored by salespeople??? I think I'm going to call Dillards right now.
Post by Jennifer-LaSpirits on Dec 23, 2007 22:23:09 GMT -5
I totally agree with you!! Dillards is always like that, I usually shop there as a last resort. But in the defense of some "retail technicians", they are treated like dirt by customers all day long - at some point in time you get enough. When I was more involved with the public, my customers- both good and bad got it the same as they dished it. Alot of times people come in and are frustrated with whatever is going on with them at the time, so when they have to wait in line a few more minutes, they automatically take it out on that cashier. The cashier has no control over the situation, but has to listen to the constant bitching over and over and over and over. So the person coming in later that day will now come in and say that the cashier has an attitude and is non responsive. Having said all that, this is only in defense of some not all. There are alot of people out there that have no business at all working retail. They need a more behind the scenes position.