12 Cashiers Admit What They Judge Customers for Buying » TwistedSifter

We’d all like to believe that the person behind the register doesn’t judge us for EVERYTHING we buy at their store.

But let’s be honest… THEY JUDGE US!

And today we have the proof.

Read on to see what cashiers had to say about what they are implying for customers to buy.

“I work at a Boba store and I’m definitely judging people who put fruit-flavored toppings in their chocolate/coffee-flavored drinks.

Rainbow jelly and hot chai latte – just the thought of it disgusts me.”

“I worked as a cashier for many years.

What strikes me is when this one group of people walked in to buy alcohol. They were all pretty drunk already and the law says you can’t sell alcohol to someone who is already drunk.

I let them know I wouldn’t sell them alcohol so of course they raised a big stink about it and security had to escort them out. I worried they were going to the store because they were all too drunk to drive.”

“I worked for a sandwich shop on campus in college. This guy who lived there and came every day was super nice, but his sandwich always pissed me off: a bunch of roast beef on rye bread.

nothing else. This has to be the driest sandwich out there. I hope he’s doing well and he’s upped his sandwich game.”

“I worked in a shop and we didn’t take EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer).

I once had a lady in a newer Escalade and was piling about $75 worth of junk food in a shopping cart.

I told her no EBT. She threw a huge shit fit and proceeded to pull out a wad of $100 bills.”

“I work in a hospital and we have a local chain of coffee shops near our cafeteria.

I will never forget the day a woman ordered a tea with five creams and six sugars and a large coffee with six creams and eight Splendas.

I can only hope they weren’t for her.”

“I worked at HomeGoods and they had ‘organic’ water in the specialty section.

First of all, water contains no carbon and is therefore inorganic.

Second, who buys water from HomeGoods?”

“I work at a Spencer’s.

Nothing really puts me off, but I judge the hell of people who buy love spell books. I don’t really believe in witchcraft, but damn it’s on purpose.

I read them through and it’s getting super gross.”

“About 40 years ago I worked at a large store similar to Walmart. We once caught a woman stealing some baby clothes from the store.

I felt sorry for her because I thought she just didn’t have enough money to buy clothes for her baby until I noticed she was wearing a pair of $50 jeans (and that was a lot of money for jeans 40 years ago ). ”

“Many moons ago, when I was working the night shift at a supermarket, I had a regular customer every night who would buy a red-hot beef burrito and a 16-ounce jug of half-and-half.”

“I used to work as a cashier in a grocery store.

A woman used to come to our place. She always had an overflowing cart full of donuts and cheese puffs – mostly junk food. On the bottom were some veggies and healthier foods. She would always mysteriously not have enough money and would only put the healthy food on hold and only buy junk.

It was really very sad. She did that every time she walked in.”

“I work in a makeup store and I rate the people who buy Essence.

It’s cheap for a reason, and I promise you, due to the total lack of tamper evident packaging, someone has already swatched what you’re buying. Have fun with Pinkeye.”

“I work at Petco and we will judge you if you buy crappy less than five gallon tanks for your betta fish with no heater and filter.

We are keeping an eye on these people and if they come back to buy another betta anytime soon, we will question them to see if it has died and we will not sell it.”

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