This is actually 103 and 104.
Monday I am in the aisle helping grocery as they were short staffed. I am happily putting out the order in my own world when a customer walks up to me:
Oh you look just like a woman who needs a kitchen.
I looked at him, looked at the noodles in his hand and said:
Don’t ask me about making soups I don’t do that type of stuff in the kitchen.
He looked at me. Looked at the noodles in his hand and walked away.
Tuesday I was standing in line at checkout 2. Food in one hand. Drink in the other. I was talking with the cashier about to put my food down when a customer walks up and in front of me. Puts her items down.
I stare at the back of her head. Desperately chewing on my tongue so that nothing scathing erupted from my mouth. My eye lids rapidly blinking and I am staring at my co-worker in disbelief. She looks at the customer and says:
I will just take Jay-lyn before you. She was here first.
Customer looks at me and says:
Oh I did not know you were in line.
I said nothing because what do I say?
Are you blind or just ignorant? Entitled? My usual response of no worries remained firmly tucked behind my teeth.
I am not about to start dismissing bad behavior because you are not thinking. Apparently being a customer myself is not allowed.