As I was checking out the cashier who had a broke arm dropped my milk. She asked if I would like to go back and get another gal of milk. Yet I still had a seperate items to purchase on another ticket. I told her I really didn't feel like going all the way back there to get it. It wsn't my fault it was dropped. She walked just a few feet were 3 other people were standing & asked if one of them could go get me another gal of milk. Needless to say none of them went to get it. As I'm standing waiting for my milk and tapping my keys on the next register while the store manager is on the phone & can tell that I'm getting upset. He never once when he got of the phone, asked if someone was helping me or if needed help. Then on top of that, the 3 cashiers that were there earlier came back one by one & didn't eaven ask if I need or if they could help me with something. So finally after about a 10 minute wait this older man, mucher older man, came and brought up a gal of milk & asked if I was the one that was waiting on the milk. I said yes, but I can't drink whole milk, it will make me sick. And then told the cashier that she needed to go back there to get it. When I over heard that, it pissed me off. She is doing her job & checking out other people. I looked at the manager & it was like he didn't even hear him. This was were he was on the phone. He I told him that my milk was two doors down from the whole milk. (like that was so hard to find). Finally after a 20 minute wait & got my milk. I told him Thank you, trying to be nice, when all I wanted to do was tell them to shove it. The older man didn't say your welcome. So I made it a point to say Thank you louder. Then he said your welcome. i didn't realize it was just a few feet away.
So how I see it, if you have an attitude or just don't care, You can get a job at Wal-Mart.