It always amazes me when I’m standing, gazing from afar, like a bird-watcher, and after a customer tries on something, they look around, then toss the clothes into a pile anywhere they want as if they’re washing their hands of unwanted litter. Yet, only minutes before, they were coveting it, covering their bodies with it, hoping it would reflect their own inner-imagining, radiating their beauty for the world to see. Now, it’s just a pile of rubbish they have to get rid of.
Worse are the customers who try on so many different outfits–seriously, as an adult how bad are your fashion skills if nothing you try on works, and you just tried on twenty different items? While trying on the clothes, you pile it up in a corner on the floor. Then, you leave hangers anywhere and everywhere in the room littered across the floor. Really, seriously, I hope you consider this–someone before you might have tried it on and did the exact same thing. *Wipes the dust off from the floor* Some people’s minds are so narrow, it’s nearly unbelievable. Really, do onto others doesn’t apply in this day and age, at all.
Customer Types: Piggies