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Timing is everything…

March 18, 2009
Chunk it in the squisher.

Chunk it in the "squisher".

Pretend you are a vending maching filler-upper-guy for a moment.  You have your flat cart stacked to the ceiling with boxes and boxes of trans fat goodies just waiting to be overpaid for and consumed by mid-day office snakers everywhere.  Wow.  You must be feeling pretty important right about now.  Makes you feel a sense of pride and entitlement knowing that you are providing such an awesome service.

Ok now — come back to reality and MOVE YOUR FREAKIN’ FOOD CART OUT OF MY WAY!  Seriously, it’s 1:15 in the afternoon.  Peak traffic time for our already square-foot-challenged *break room*.  While I don’t mind the occasional butt bump with fellow co-workers as we navigate through 9-5 life together…I’d prefer to get in, get out and get on with eating my steaming hot Cup-O-Noodles without accidentally fondling the new intern.  (Believe it or not, some people don’t like that).

I’m going to have to consult my new friend Ram as to what his policies are at The Food Here Convenience Store when it comes to stocking shelves.  Something tells me that he’s mastered the art of non-customer-interference.  Unless one specifically asks to be fondled.  Now that’s a whole different story.

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One comment

  1. Wal-Mart does the same thing in the middle of the afternoon. They move whole isles around while you are trying to shop! Grrrr for a store that’s open 24-7 you would think they would do that at night! I’ll stick to Target thank you.



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