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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

What would you do?


Lately I feel like I'm on this show but when I wait for John Quinones to show up...he doesn't.

Here are just a few examples.

You are in a soon to be crowded lunch room when you notice someone's ass crack is hanging out.

What do you do?  Tell them or not tell them.

Remember they are a stranger and maybe they like their ass crack hanging out.

You are in the grocery store when the lady in front of you decides to pay with all quarters.  Seriously?  Who does that?

On your way to work you get behind someone who is either a) completely intoxicated at 8 a.m. b) lost or c) the world's most incompentent driver.  Do you honk or just turn up your music?

You are at a meeting for which you dressed like you were attending a meeting.  You realize that most of the other woman are dressed like they are 22 and going dancing at a club.  You try to recall the last time you purchased pantyhose, let alone pantyhose with obnoxious designs?

Do you realize you are the only intellegent one in the room or do you stop at Walmart on the way home and pick up checkered pantyhose, 1/5 of maddog and a squirt three sizes to small?
You are forced to work a substitute who continually pulls her pants up and blows her nose while wearing disposable gloves.  She apparently believe the gloves harbor some germ shield.  Hello!  Change your damn gloves!!!
What would you do?


3 random thoughts:

Kristie Maynard said...

I know what you mean about what to do! Sometimes I want to say something, but I don't want to be one of those rude people who go around telling others how to look or act. Unless it is a matter of safety. Now let's see the instances you talk about in this post. The ass crack person, that's a tough one and it all depends on who it is, since it was a stranger, I'd just not say anything. But take a picture and post it on the People of Walmart, even though they weren't in Walmart.
Next, the quarter lady. I wouldn't say anything and just hope that she has enough to pay for whatever she has, I would figure she is destitute and only had her piggy bank money left. Also not too smart as she could have turned those quarters in at the service desk.
The way people dress is one of my pet peeves. Going into a meeting looking like a hooker is never acceptable. You were the one in the right in this situation and I don't even need to see the others there. I know what you are talking about. So many people don't know how to dress these days. It used to get me nutty when I was doing interviewing for the supermarket I worked for when people came in wearing tee shirts and ratty jeans. I know it was the style, but NOT for a job interview!!!
And that worker that disregards cleanliness when she is working in the kitchen, that one I'd open my mouth and tell her she needs to follow some basic rules of food service work, or not come back.
Love the video! I wouldn't even take the coffee if she didn't change her gloves.
Some things are just not acceptable.

Mitchell is Moving said...

I love this. I may return to actually answer all the questions, but I just want to quickly say that I just today witnessed the first two (lunch room and quarters). Although it was standing at a café counter and centimos.

becca said...

great post will try to make it back to answer all these qiestions

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