The public is a complex group of people and pleasing them can be near to impossible, especially when you are trying to sell them something. I work in a bridal shop selling gowns for every occasion: weddings, proms, communions, pageants, and even Miss Transvestite Pennsylvania. Whether I am dealing with blushing brides, prom divas, defiant toddlers or body conscience mothers I have my work cut out for me. Let me begin with the youngest customer, the flower girl. Flower girls are quite possibly the most annoying customers you will encounter.
She ranges from age 15-19 and comes in wearing Adidas striped pants with a high school sport t-shirt on. She comes in after seven p.m and is never alone; there is always at least one other teenage girl with her. Sometimes she says hello when entering, but most of the time she glances awkwardly at whoever is working the register and looks away quickly. The girl and her companions dart right over to the cups and start pouring yogurt into them right away. The girls giggling, saying that their cup is “going to cost $20” and talking about how “fat” they are is all that’s heard in the store after they move over to the toppings bar.
Going into the tour, I was not entirely sure what to expect, but I was looking forward to it. Thursday started in a rush, with the opening ceremonies. There the ASHA president talked about her experience as a speech pathologist, as well as touching on her own brother as a source of inspiration—one that had died recently, but had had Down Syndrome. That alone was enough to pique my interest, and her entire story seemed in tune with my own for why speech pathology is important. From the opening session, many people went after the ice cream, but I instead found a quiet place to look through the book of presentations and posters.
The older women who called me stated that she needed me to come in for the interview as soon as I was available. We made arrangements for me to meet her at the Plainfield Better Value since that was the store that needed a cashier. I had originally applied two towns away closer to my high school at the Better Value in Killingly. I was fairly nervous, because I had always thought that it would be fun to be a cashier at a grocery store. I remember the night before the interview I was day dreaming about how I would play cashier as a child with a toy cash register and plastic goods.
You start to root for these girls and first few episodes they 've kind of found their rhythm. 2 Broke Girls isn 't like other shows I 've seen where the show falters is that the characters do things like take forever to realize that there 's a house full of fancy items at Caroline 's old house just waiting for them to sell on eBay. 2 Broke Girls is a comedy about the unlikely friendship that develops between two very different young women who meet waitressing at a diner in the trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and form a bond over one day owning their own successful cupcake business. Max was surprised that Caroline had as much personality as the style that she started to respect as an equal knowing her differences in the background compared to hers. With some financial help from this newly found friend, they opened a cupcake shop to only lose it.
Cindy took her apron off, and rushed to answer the door. Standing at the door was a servant from the palace with a paper in his hands, ?good day ms, the king ordered me to deliver an invitation to the ball? ?thanks? Cindy said taking the invitation and went to show her aunt. Her aunt and cousins were excited about the news, they went shopping the next day leaving Cindy alone in the house to do all the work, while they spent all her parents?
The plot of the story deals with three girls who come into the store dressed only in bathing suits. They make their entrance in the very first sentence, and they complicate Sammy's life. At first, Sammy, his older friend Stokesie, and McMahon the butcher all look at the girls lustfully. But of them all, only Sammy enjoys the entertainment the girls bring. The other shoppers crash their carts, look stunned, and are suddenly jarred out of their everyday routine.
Little Talabrina stifled a giggle with her tiny hand. She poked a single gold eye around a corner. She played with Yasraena like this for hours. Her stuffy big sister wanted her to do some boring stuff in the family Chapel. No doubt, it was for some dumb boring chanting again, or something else just as boring.
"In walks these three girls in nothing but bathing suits." From Personal experience, I can tell you that "checking out" women is a favorite past-time of bored adolescent male employees of grocery stores such as Sammy. Even Old McMahon, the meat guy, was "patting his mouth... and sizing up their joints." Furthermore, I was not surprised to learn this cherished activity dates back nearly a half century ago to Sammy's days of working in a grocery store. Another detail of the grocery store that sticks out in my mind is how supervisors demanded rigid adherence to policy and rules.
(Alexadrov and Petrooshki Tea Company) When one day all hell breaks loose as three scantily clad young women strut into the store to buy Fancy Herring in Pure Sour Cream- 49cents, which is another big indication of the time, the prices of goods and also what people were buying. During this time "Stokesie" is introduced to us as the other cashier that is three years older than Sammy. (22) Well Sammy and Stokesie are overwhelmed with emotions as soon as they lay eyes on these ladies. Which I understand what is going being a guy/man and living in sort of a small town myself, where you know all the girls and their either taken or you just are not interested. Then suddenly one random day a beautiful woman walks into work/school/a party that no one has seen before and your thoughts begin to start racing around your head and your heart rate increases a little bit.