July 28, 2011
Wow, this is strange. See ya Saturday.
Posted at 12:15 am.
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I think if they both play their cards right, they can both get a little sugar from Taylor.
Unfortunately, it will only be in the most literal and violent means possible.
I just caught up with your comic and I have got to say that I feel in love with it since page one and for that I thank you.
These grocery store comics are my favorite. I’ve spent a few years in “the biz,” and the fact that two fictional characters can pull back the curtain and reveal the bullshittiness of this posisiton gives me great comfort. Keep fighting the good fight.
I take back everything I ever said about knowing spanish being a weak idea.
Did a taco stand just park outside their store?
“I’m sorry, the bitter, tasteless sugar is on aisle 3.”
Too sweet? I have known customers like that before. Restaurants get them even more as preparing the food gives even more room the BS about it.
“Our pizza didn’t have any sausage on it.”
“I’m Sorry sir, I’ll take back that one and fix you another.”
“We already ate it…..”
….when will we see some strips highlighting the life and times of a bank teller?
It’s mostly the same thing, only there’s more money involved and the nice people treat you better and the assholes treat you worse. Other than that, most of the awfulness of working in a place like that is covered by “Dilbert”.
I laughed at this a lot, but I stopped suddenly because I know that somewhere, at some point in time, a customer actually complained of this.
Taylor’s a lawyer, right?
Does she ever win any cases without a gimmick?
She must be absorbing density from Herman.
Ahh I gotta do that at work.
Is there a rule? Maybe “Customers will complain about anything. And if they haven’t yet, they will.” That sounds sorta like rule 34, except not about porn.
Ahhh! Wrong e-mail. Lost Gravatar.
the worst part is, Alasdair kinda looks like Jim….is that implied?
Ay Tacos! (because I speak with an accent, I sometimes get away with that kinda stuff on the department shop where I work… the good old “ma english no good” makes people too confused to insist in annoying me)
“Oh, I’m sorry. You must be looking for the salt. Dustin can lead you to the salt section while I page your caretaker to meet you there.”
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