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#3 - meatygoodness
Reply +307
(01/14/2014) [-]
When they put the cash on top of the receit so you have to juggle with it every ******* tiime
#276 to #3 - brytonn
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(01/15/2014) [-]
I hate when they give me $5 in ones, then a huge ass receipt then like 49cents and I gotta take like 5 minutes sorting the **** out
#257 to #3 - alexthebest
Reply +3
(01/15/2014) [-]
As a cashier, I make it my mission to give coins first, then bills, and finally a receipt once they look ready for it. It actually ends up being faster than just handing over a big, sloppy wad of paper and metal.
#253 to #3 - ryderjbudde
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(01/15/2014) [-]
Or when they rap your coins in a little dollar present as if they forgot that change doesn't go in your wallet.
#292 to #253 - jacksipian
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(01/15/2014) [-]
then where does it go? my change goes in my wallet
#297 to #292 - ryderjbudde
Reply +1
(01/15/2014) [-]
Unless you have a little zipper for it, you put your change in your pocket. You can't just throw wad of cash and coins in the pouch...
#298 to #297 - jacksipian
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(01/15/2014) [-]
i dont put anything in my back pocket and yeah my wallet has a change pouch built into it, don't they all?
#299 to #298 - ryderjbudde
Reply +1
(01/15/2014) [-]
No, no. I mean, if your wallet doesn't have a coin pouch, most people just put the change in their front pocket and put it in a container in their car or at home.

Most leather wallets do not have a place for coins.
#300 to #299 - jacksipian
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(01/15/2014) [-]
oh, that sucks, i just open up my wallet and if i have to pay some weird number i can usually pay it all in full and not have to worry about getting any more change until i run out, that sucks, you would get too many coins without being able to do that
#301 to #300 - ryderjbudde
Reply +1
(01/15/2014) [-]
Yeah, but then you go to a coinstar after a few months and realize you have an extra thirty five bucks or so.
#302 to #301 - jacksipian
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(01/15/2014) [-]
coinstar takes a lot of money too, its better to just spend a few bucks on your own change sorter and some coin rollers and go to the bank, where coinstar would give you 35, that would give you 50+ probably because of all the money coinstar takes away from you
#91 to #3 - seleniyxoxo
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(01/14/2014) [-]
I'm not a cashier, but I do returns, and when I give change back i give the change first, then the receipt and the cash together, is that bad? o.O
I'm not a cashier, but I do returns, and when I give change back i give the change first, then the receipt and the cash together, is that bad? o.O
#66 to #3 - sedativechunk
Reply +3
(01/14/2014) [-]
I HATE THAT ****.   
   
Just recently someone handed me everything at a fast food joint like that and caused me to drop change in my gearshift, t hen I couldn't shift my car all the way because a ******* penny got stuck in there! mfw this happened.
I HATE THAT ****.

Just recently someone handed me everything at a fast food joint like that and caused me to drop change in my gearshift, t hen I couldn't shift my car all the way because a ******* penny got stuck in there! mfw this happened.
#45 to #3 - Maadmann
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(01/14/2014) [-]
I wish they would give me the coins first rather than on top of the money so it doesn't slide right off.
#41 to #3 - huewut
Reply +1
(01/14/2014) [-]
Why juggle? I just fold the receit so the money goes inside and put it in my wallet.. I usually sort it out later.
#87 to #41 - demcupcakes ONLINE
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(01/14/2014) [-]
Some people like to sort as soon as they get it.
#291 to #87 - jacksipian
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(01/15/2014) [-]
some people are slow and inefficient
#37 to #3 - namnori
Reply 0
(01/14/2014) [-]
They do it on purpose
#5 to #3 - pawnman
Reply +34
(01/14/2014) [-]
Praise the cashiers that give you your paper money and change and receipt all separately.
#258 to #5 - hydraetis
Reply +1
(01/15/2014) [-]
Coins first, paper second. I have no idea how only 5% of cashiers have figured that out.