Retail Workers Reveal How They Get Back At Rude Customers

Retail Workers Reveal How They Get Back At Rude Customers

A new thread on the anonymous Whisper app has retail workers confessing how they get revenge on rude customers

One person tells customers they can eat pet treats, while another will write rude messages in mustard on a sandwich and another gives a person stale bread

One valet admits to farting in people’s cars, and another person just lies about looking for items in the back

Ways employees get back at rude customers include:

“I work in a pet store, sometimes I tell rude customers that they can eat dog treats because they are organic. They’re not.”

“When I get a rude customer I’ll find the dirtiest coin in the till to give them for change.”

“I work in retail and if you are a rude customer, I don’t care if I’m the only cashier, I’ll say I’m closed.”

“I work in a deli. If you’re being a rude customer I’ll write “a**hole” in mustard while making your sandwich.”

“I work at a Subway, if I get a rude customer I give them the hardest bread I can find in the cabinet.”

“I work retail and when I get a really rude customer who demands I look for items in the back, I just go back and sit for a few minutes and tell them we don’t have it. No regrets.”

“When I get a rude customer I make their coffee super hot so it burns their mouth.”

“I’m a valet and if I deal with a rude customer I fart in their car.”

“When I get a rude customer I’m always sure to squish their grapes, crush ther cheese or shove their bread in the bottom of the bag.”

“If a customer is rude to me I demagnetize their credit card with a magnet I keep at my register.”

“I work in retail and sometimes when a rude customer asks for a manager I just say that I am a manager”

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