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Do you think you could work at Walmart? I was seeing some pictures of Walmart's customers outfits. I don't think I'd be prepared to work there. It would be impossible to me to keep the straight face tbh.
When you work directly w the general public it can be an issue at times— trying to keep a straight face. I once had a parent who accused me of being racist toward his child because I was informing him that she rarely completed her homework. The child was Hispanic. I laughed straight into the phone. To be fair though, he’d never met me in person, but still… it’s pretty obvious based on my name. 😆
Yeah, I have. I WISH people being dressed clownishly, unconventionalally or counter-fashionably were the "problems" you have working at walmart. The people are mostly boring, actually. Although, idk what I'm supposed to be looking for that's so outrageous most of the time anyhow. I think "people of walmart" type shit is often just classisim, etc.
The last semi attention grabbing thing I saw someone wearing in walmart was a kid with one dangling earring that was like a 1/12 scale guillotine. And that only caught my eye because it was a smidgen dope. Of course, the Open Carry people always stand out to me, too. But they probably don't stand out to many other people. I'm just someone who still thinks, "excellent, a regular jackoff who can't figure out how to scan his bananas at self-chexkout who's also got a murder bang bang no steppy toy in a public setting! That should be fine."
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