Okay, so most people in life have to start off working in retail or food service. Dish out your horror stories. Or...annoying customer stories. I only worked at a convenience store for two weeks (but I'm going back most likely...ho shit!), so I only have one complaint, but I wanna hear others. I find them funny. My story: Okay, while I was working, I noticed a pattern. Every hour, on the hour, and at the half hour, I'd get a rush of people in and be distracted for anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes. Not a ton of time...except when it comes to coffee. I had been keeping fresh pots on constantly, but one of my rushes was exceptionally long, so I hadn't had time to put on another pot yet. Just as the people dispersed and I had time to breathe, an old man comes up to the counter and tells me he only got half a cup. I figured it was just another penny pincher who thought they could save money by half-assing it. Well, policy there was, it wasn't what was in the cup that counted, the cup was what was charged for, so I informed him I had to charge him full price. So he has a cow and tells me he'll never come back and that's ridiculous and blaaaah. Then FINALLY, he lets me know that actually, there was only enough coffee left in the pot for half a cup. I told him I was extremely sorry for the inconvenience and I'd make a fresh batch. It was weird how much he calmed down once he got a full fresh cup of coffee and paid for it. Old people need their coffee, though, and you'd be insane if you knowingly kept them from it. I thought I'd lose a few limbs over that...heh.