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My first OC. You have no idea how frustrating walmart customers are.. itit, Fm at swim [tail Wally sails, weird thiings. I' m crisis' l jiri) August 31, so 13 v

You have no idea how frustrating walmart customers are.

itit, Fm at swim [tail Wally sails,
weird thiings. I' m crisis' l jiri)
August 31, so 13 via mobile a?'
So at work, Ihad a little Chinese kid come up to me, crying, saying he lost his
mommy. So I reassure him that we' ll find her, and ask her name. Athen page the
mother up, and wait, untill the kid says he wants to go and find her. I go with him,
and we walk around the store. Meanwhile, he' s worried that his mom will leave him.
Isay that she won' t, and all we sudden, we hear "HEY". Its his mom. Naturally, I
smile and look at the mother...
who' s giving the kid a death stare from the depths of hell itself.
Enod, and leave the kid with the mother. Athen hear SCREAMING and yelling from
the mother who is new lecturing the crying kid.
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you know today' s gunna be awkward when you walk into Walmart and a customer
who looks like a Duck Dynasty character} rushes by you and says
Hey, that' s two white guys that work here! "
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may, sit in your seats ladies, this Is a long one.
Iwas at Customer Service. Doing my thing, being cool. Lady comes up, wanting to
return an infant item.
Little did I know this would be the most bitchy customer Ne had yet
She showed the receipt, and Iwent through with the return. Fine right? Apparently
not. The system refused tn give her sales we back. to cell a CSM. Alisha
Babcock cerny over, and figured out the the Item was over our 90 return policy.
Alisha then explained that she we override the retart and give her the money, but
the sales tax can' t be refunded, due to our policy.
Alisha: “I' m not really supposed to take this back; because we ever so days, but I' ll
override it. The system just won' t allow the sales we to be refu nded."
Customer: "Well, he said he would, so you have to."
Alisha: "That was before we found out the Item Is over policy. I' m sorry.“
Customer: "He told me he would give me my sales tax, so that' s what you' re going
Alisha: "No, Idon' t have to do that, because our policy is 90 deys."
Customer: "Can Italic to the store manager?"
So Alisha calls the ASM, and while she' s on the phone, the customer continues.
Customer: "See if I ever spend another dollar here, fucling dumb. How can you
even supervise a store Eyed can' t do shit right? Huh? You should be a manager if
you fucling act this way, and don' t keep your word."
MEANWHILE on the phone with Alisha
ASM John: "Did she Just call you dumb?"
Alisha: "Yeah"
ASM John: "N be right up."
MEANWHILE on my end
Dumbest shit I ever saw, you can' t even manage right. I' m going to call Walmart
Corporate and report you."
Alisha "Good, my name is Alysia, tell them Isaid 'hi'."
So at this point, ASM John enters the fray, and him and the customer start going at
it. Ideer bits and pieces of it, but one line clearly hits my ears.
ASM John: "... That' s not my problem."
Customer: "Then what is your" problem?"
ASM John: "My problem is you disrespecting my associates."
The BIGGEST smile played along my face. She may have gotten her money, but
Alys's and John showed her that you don' t fuck with Walmart Associates.
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So Iwent to the walmart, and decided to buy a NOS energy drink. Mind
you, the cashier Igot was extremely friendly. Talked to every customer he had,
smiled, the works. Me and the him got into a conversation about being cashiers, and
the guy behind us... well...
Him: "Shut the fuck up already and ring the guy out. For Christ sake."
Me and the cashier looked at each other, and without using any kind of facial
expression, mutually understood what he was going through.
I love walmart, just for that reason.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #22 - approvedjunk
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I know your pain. Fellow Wally-world CSM here. The **** we have to go through is ridiculous isn't is? The stories I could tell...
User avatar #24 to #22 - shadowtails [OP]
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Yup yup

And my electronics doesn't do PUT's either

Everything falls back on us

I actually has to train a few of my cashiers on them so I could focus on bigger issues
User avatar #31 to #24 - approvedjunk
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I know how that feels. Our jewelry dpt runs through people and always has so few workers that pretty much all the CSM's have been cross-trained in it whether you want to or not. The Dpt head doesn't know how to do squat in their department either.
On a side note. do you have to do the stupid SPH or whatever they are calling it now for your cashiers on what they can do to improve their tender time? It feels like you are practically running the store some days where I work.

btw....first comment ever...AND IT GOT STICKIED! *insane glee over small thing commences*
User avatar #32 to #31 - shadowtails [OP]
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We've been watching the SPH but my front end is 18 in the east coast and 1st in the division right now so the big wigs are being forgiving
#120 to #32 - backpain
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I know what you guys/gals mean, I am a Walmart CSM as well (for a couple of years now) and the turnover rate of every department was ridiculous, my Walmart opened less than 4 months ago, and there are only 19 associates (managers included) that were there from day one. I know how to run every department because they would have me help/train in each department.
#55 to #22 - zombiefacepuncher
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if its anything like this i would love to hear them
#114 to #22 - shannonrw
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Wait...wait tell us the stories
User avatar #152 to #114 - approvedjunk
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but...idk how to upload or anything....I r very new....
User avatar #47 to #22 - moshimoshi
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You should tell them. On FJ.
User avatar #95 to #22 - mattyjay
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the stories you will tell
User avatar #70 - shadowtails [OP]
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User avatar #117 to #70 - pbeldin
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I somewhat feel your pain im a cashier and some people are just....
#12 - Brass
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Fantastically funny stories, reminds me of when I was a cashier at Food Lion. Here is my favorite memory.
>working express lane, twelve items or less, twenty max if the store is empty.
>woman comes through with a cart with over forty items at around 5:30PM (rush hour)
>politely inform her that she will have to go to another line as this is the express lane.
>informs me that she will not move.
>I inform her that I will not ring up and bag her groceries (honestly with more attitude than I should have given).
>woman turns red in the face and demands to see my manager.
>use the intercom "I need immediate assistance at register one" (I continue to push my luck).
>manager comes over and woman bitches me out to my manager, all the while giving e death glances.
>manager tells me to ring up and bag the woman's groceries.
>I get the woman away from my register as soon as I can and bag her groceries quickly.
>as woman is leaving she informs me that she will call the higher-ups to get me in trouble.
>manager agrees with woman the entire time she is talking, but as soon as the woman leaves, my managers tells me I have nothing to worry about since I was the one harassed.
>go back to checking people out, feeling good and apologizing to the people who were held up in line by the woman.
>next guy in line tells me he is sorry about what happens and tells me he is a juvenile defense lawyer (I was sixteen at the time.
>guy gives me his card and says he will represent me for free if the woman tries to get me fired.
>MFW life is sometimes pretty great.

User avatar #13 to #12 - shadowtails [OP]
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Lucky dude
User avatar #118 to #13 - chiopet
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***** did you reply on every single comment in this thread?
User avatar #121 to #118 - shadowtails [OP]
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Yup yup
User avatar #42 to #12 - Infernal
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Please tell me she tried to sue
#113 to #12 - Fgner
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My heart kind of sinks remembering that in the gold old states you can get sued for not ringing up a woman's groceries when she clearly violated the procedure.
User avatar #115 to #113 - shannonrw
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You can't get sued for that. What he's saying is if she tries to get him fired (by reporting him to higher-ups), he could sue his company/employer for wrongful termination.
#122 to #115 - Fgner
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> Richard Overton sued Budweiser for false advertising because their beer didn't guarantee beautiful woman loving you.
> Christopher Roller (a looney that believes he's all powerful, cheats death, is going to be in a movie played by Tom Hanks, etc) sued David Blaine (a magician) for tapping into his powers to perform magic tricks.
> Gayane Zokhrabov sued a dead young man because when he was hit by a train his body parts hit her.
> Jian Feng and his wife had an ugly baby. Feng found out she had extensive plastic surgery before she met him. Feng divorced her and successfully sued for $120,000 in damages for marrying under false pretenses.
> A local drycleaner was sued for $54 million because Judge Roy Pearson had his pants lost. Even though, in the courts, the drycleaner returned the pants with a matching claim ticket. Pearson still says they aren't his.
> Martin Stoner, 60, sued the Young Concert Artist competition because he wasn't allowed to compete. Twice.
> A woman lost used a coupon at a store to save 80 cents. She returned the item, and got back what she paid. She sued for $5 million for not getting the "full benefit" of the coupon (apparently getting 80 cents back more than you paid)
> The ******** hot coffee case by Stella Liebeck. "Oh they didn't tell me my coffee was hot and having it between my legs wasn't an indicator I was being reckless!" Millions of dollars were won for her that case.
> Ronald Ball sued Pepsi for $50,000 after finding a dead mouse in his Dew. Even though they kind of proved that it couldn't have been in there, since it would have been liquified (and people drink that?)
> Alan Heckard (common man) sued Michael J and Nike for ruining his likeness. For $416 mil. He dropped the charges himself.
> Paul Ceglia sued Facebook saying he owned it. Without any real proof. Mhm.

Most of these cases didn't work and the defendants won. However they were still made into cases and brought into the courtroom. You can sue over anything.
#53 - callofvikings
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Former Wally World Cart Pushing Associate reporting in (Had to quit in august due to too many credits for school and really needed to focus that semester)

I'm sure I can remember a couple of wonky stories.

>Girl drives past me
>Stops and rolls down window and yells at me "How is my Hair?"
>Yell back "Looks Great!"
>"Thanks" She says as she speeds off
>Complete whut

>One day complete Downpour as I walk into work
>No carts, bays are complelely empty
>Morning Shift Cartpushers just said "**** it" and went home
>CSM overjoyed as I come into work and I appear to be the only one there
>CSM comes out with me (Can't use machine because policy) and he pushes as I steer about 30 carts at a time.
>He talks with pirate on the high seas Accent
>****** lol
User avatar #61 to #53 - nemesisapoc
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The second one is one of the coolest boss stories I've heard in a while. Good coworkers and management can make a crappy job a bearable one instead.
#29 - reaperboy
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>working as cart pusher for walmart one summer
>just brought a row of carts in by the general merchandise side of store
>see guy run out with cart and has dog food bag.
>laptop under dog food
>Asset protection person stops him
>shoplifter takes shirt off looks like he is gonna fight
> just then a cop come in with stun gun drawn aimed at his chest
> guy lays down because he doesnt want to get tazed
> im just like "wow, that just happened"
#30 to #29 - reaperboy
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I have even more stories

this one is kind of short and dont know the ending.

One day a 12 year old boy was dropped off at walmart. his mother left him there saying she didnt want him anymore and didnt want to take care of him.

dont know what happened after that or what happened to him.just feel really bad for him.
#34 to #30 - reaperboy
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>Asset protection person tries to stop 3 girls from shop lifting
>all 3 run out the doors but one drops her purse
>AP takes the purse to ID who the person
>girl runs back in and jumps on AP ands starts beating them
>AP cannot lay a hand on a customer for legal reasons and has to take the beating
>AP tries to call the cops while being attacked
>conversation goes a little like this
AP:can you send police to(address for the walmart)
911op:is that a residence or appartment
AP: its a walmart
911op:why do you need a police officer
AP:there are shoplifters
911op: you are going to have to calm down i cant understand you
AP: that is because one is attacking me
> at this point she is on AP back punching them
>AP has a black eye from the whole ordeal
#36 to #34 - reaperboy
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time for a funny one

>working for a couple hours
>12-4 shift, not bad for summer, not busy but kinda warm
>seagulls ******* everywhere though
>notice some gathered around 1 spot,think wtf?
> see an arby's bag
> run into flock to dispose of bag
>attacked by seagulls and get away
>bag is full of food
>it was completely untouched other than the gulls
> someone had to have come to walmart after arbys and decided "you know what, i dont want this after all" then throw the entire bag out of the car.
#38 to #36 - reaperboy
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there were a couple rules my co cart pushers and i came up with that will happen while you are working.

1. you will hit your head on the cart bay door
(its like a 4 foot high garage door you use to bring the carts into the store)
2. you will run your toes over constants
3. you will smash you fingers in the cart
4. you will lose your name badge countless times in the parking lot where it will be ran over. will drop and break your walkie talkie
#39 to #38 - reaperboy
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one ******* thing that i dont understand is when people buy big things and expect it to fit into their ******* tiny ass car. here are some of the things i had to try and help with

>queen sized futon into a smart car, did not fit with box. 3 of the 4 people had to stay behind so it would fit
>a swimming pool into a toyota, did not fit, did not even attempt to try
>62" tv into honda, tv was wider than the car

please do a service to your friendly cart pusher and make sure you know **** you need to pick your **** up in. we are not magic.
User avatar #40 to #38 - shadowtails [OP]
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I've had to go out numerous times and push carts

All those have happened to me
#41 to #40 - reaperboy
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>5 minutes left of my shift i smashed my finger in some cart,
>******* blood everywhere,
> almost swear in front of kids.
> start walking to the back to clock out and deal with my finger.
> another associate asks me to deal with flat bed cart which has to be taken to other end of the store from where you clock out.
>say i cant
>he says i have too
> show him my bloody middle finger
> tell him "I can't" in a more upset tone
>have to fill out injury report in case its broken
>mfw no steak dinner T_T
User avatar #33 to #30 - shadowtails [OP]
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Holy **** really?
#35 to #33 - reaperboy
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yeah, sucks. i hope he is living with a better family now. seems anything would be better than someone who would do that.
#80 - weatherwax
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I was so disappointed when I realised Wally World meant Wal-Mart, I assumed it was a Where's Wally theme park
User avatar #83 to #80 - kanatana
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That's the dumbest...

No, wait, I apologize. I would spend good fukkin money to go there.
User avatar #81 to #80 - shadowtails [OP]
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I'm sowwy
#51 - thelizardlord
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Why pay good money to go to the circus when you can walk around Walmart for free?
#20 - thewrasler
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>Working as a pizza maker in local pizzeria
>kitchen is open and customers can watch us make their food, kids are often amazed at how "cool" our jobs are
>Lady orders a pizza, but instead of staying at her table decides to come watch me make her pizza
>This woman was the bitchiest customer I have ever dealt with
>Ticket says 1/3 less cheese.
>okay, only use 2/3 of the usual amount.
>"NO NO NO! Are you dumb?! I want 1/3 less cheese"
>"I'm sorry ma'am, is it supposed to be 1/3 of the pizza with less cheese?" I say, faking a smile
>" No, I want 1/3 less cheese"
> "So you want 1/3 less of the usual amount of cheese, like I put?"
>"No I want 1/3 less cheese, is that too hard to understand?!"
>"I'll just remake this, how does that sound?"
>"Don't mess it up this time."
>Unable to determine what she wants, I use 2/3 of the standard amount of cheese, and make 1/3 of the pizza skimpy on the cheese.
>"Make sure there aren't any black olives on it"
>"The ticket does not say black olives, so I guarantee you that there will be no black olives."
>"Wow, maybe you do have some competence in that thick skull, now don't burn it"
>"Ma'am. I only prepare the pizzas, I can not burn your pizza. If you want, you can go harass the ovens guy, but your time with me is over."
>She tells the manager I was rude to her, and that she doesn't think she'll be back
>Turns out she has a history of being ****** with employees there
>Manager politely tells her to **** off
>Get in no trouble
>pic unrelated
User avatar #21 to #20 - shadowtails [OP]
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You're lucky.

I had my ex boss yell at a customer once

The chinese ****** wanted his 5 dollars back for a movie that was scratched, and refused to wait for up to replace it when we got more in stock. Needless to say he got kicked out
User avatar #26 to #21 - thewrasler
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One time my boss got into an argument with a muslim dude. Guy was at a party and the people ordered all pizzas with various pork products. Instead of saying something to them he walked up to the counter bitching my manager out about how he can't eat any of the pizzas and demanded a free one. Manager stood his ground and made the ****** pay for his own pizza. lulz were had. Customers just suck
#65 - crimsondarkness **User deleted account**
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My friend started working before the holidays. He told this one on FB.   
>Friend on self-checkout duty, pretty quiet.   
>Guy of about 60 falls down in front of nail salon   
>He's having a seizure or something   
>Friend immediately goes to the man, tells fellow employee to call 911   
>Keeps man from hurting himself while she runs to a phone   
>Ambulance comes, EMTs put man on a stretcher   
>Friend explains situation   
>Manager won't have it   
>He screams at friend for even leaving self-checkout.   
>Friend's FW
My friend started working before the holidays. He told this one on FB.
>Friend on self-checkout duty, pretty quiet.
>Guy of about 60 falls down in front of nail salon
>He's having a seizure or something
>Friend immediately goes to the man, tells fellow employee to call 911
>Keeps man from hurting himself while she runs to a phone
>Ambulance comes, EMTs put man on a stretcher
>Friend explains situation
>Manager won't have it
>He screams at friend for even leaving self-checkout.
>Friend's FW
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User avatar #17 - Brass
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I used to be a weekend night auditor (11:00PM to 7:00AM shift). Here are some of my favorite moments/dealing with customers.
>Guest: This hotel is hard to find, you all should make the hotel closer to the interstate.
>Me: (internally), yeah let me just pick up the hotel and relocate it for your convenience.

>Guest: There is not enough parking spaces near the entrance, where will I park my trailer?
>Me: Sorry sir, but there is overflow parking on the other side of the hotel.
>Guest: You all should really make more parking spaces.
>Me: (internally), I will get the bulldozer and asphalt layer out as soon as possible.

>Guest: Do you all sell/have razors?
>Me: No, but there is a Sheets half a mile down the road.
>Guest: Can you go buy me razors?
>Me: No.

(around 6:00AM)
>Guest: My air condition did not work all night.
>Me: I am sorry. Did you try and call the front desk so I could fix it?
>Guest: No, but I just wanted to let you know that I got no sleep last night because of you.
>Me: Why didn't you call me so I could fix it.
>Guest: I have to be on the road all day and I got no sleep, thanks to you.
>Me: Safe travels.

-In all honesty though it was easy work and 90% of the guests were really nice. It is easy money if you can stay awake. However, that 10% early in the morning can make for some good stories, these are only a few of the things I dealt with/saw at that job.
User avatar #18 to #17 - shadowtails [OP]
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I can't do overnights

It's torture for me
User avatar #19 to #18 - Brass
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You get used to it. It took me about two months, but my body finally adjusted. At a hotel it is particularly easy because you have unlimited coffee, and the total amount of work you do only amounts to four hours, most of the time. After 11:00PM most guests are already checked in, so all there is to do is paperwork, which you can speed through once you know how it works. The rest of the time can be spent browsing the internet, watching television or reading. Plus the pay was $9.50 an hour, which was the most I had ever been paid at the time.