Monday, February 22, 2010

Today at Target

Dear Jesica that checks at Target,

Let me start off by saying I just don't like you and I don't like that your name only has one "s". I should have know today that even though the other checker had 4 people in her line and you had 2 that it would have still been faster to go to her. My bad.

You are slow. The lack of people in your line just shows that I'm not the only one who thinks it.

When you ask me, "Did you find everything okay today?" and I say, "No you are out of size 3 diapers in the target brand. Could you check with someone to see if you have more?" you should not say, "You could go to guest services they can check for you." Really? You have a bright shiny red phone there that you could just call guest services on. Do you see the screaming toddler sitting in the front of my basket? Do you really think I'm going to go wait in another line at guest services?

When I tell you I have coupons while you are ringing things up and you say, "okay." I assume that means you heard and processed what I said. So when you hit the enter button to be done don't give me a dirty look because you have to go back and redo it. Your bad.

Just because I bring reusable bags doesn't mean you have to shove everything into them. If I wanted all my groceries in them I would bring 5 instead of 2. Feel free to not be lazy and pull out a plastic bag...really.

Your nails are disgusting, I know you probably think it's cool to have long bright pink acrylic nails but have you caught the underside of them lately? They are brown, not pink. It makes me doubly grateful my produce is in bags so you don't touch it directly.

In conclusion, I think I'll be shopping at Wal-Mart next week just because I'm so upset with you...and they've never not had diapers.




  1. Wow! This is awesome! I started laughing and my coworker just said, "What is going on over there?" I explained it to him, but since it doesn't know you, he didn't think it was half as funny as I did. I wish you luck at Wal-Mart!

  2. I love this. I will always think of this story when I go to Target. Or have horrible checkers. like yesterday....