One time Sehun and I were shopping for clothes in Hong Kong and I saw a pair of khakis for sale. So I thought ‘hm, they’re on sale so I should buy it right now right’ and so I did. I go to another aisle I see more khaki pants but the sign this time says “Buy three, get one free’ so I go and buy that one as well. So now I have about five khaki pants which I thought was a great idea cause I can wear one on monday, one on tuesday, one on wednesday, one on thursday and one on friday. It’s like I’ll never run out of khakis.
I work in retail and the way some customers talk to me and order me around is something else. I actually cried 10 minutes into my shift a couple days ago because of a rude customer, and mind you it’s very rare for me to break down over something like that. People need to realise we’re sales assistants, not their personal slaves. We’re humans too, with emotions. We shouldn’t have to deal with shit like this.
Snatched these plaid shirts from Rue 21 for $10 each!! They’re still on sale online if you want to grab one or two. These are very stretchy and comfortable and perfect for people with big arms! I’m wearing a 2x in both.
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Code will be active on November 14, 2016 until 11:59pm
Drabble Prompts: You Cannot Get That Many Pop Tarts
“There’s not twenty ,” Spencer pouted as you stood with your hands on your hips staring at the shopping cart.
You counted again, “Yes there is. And there’s four pop tarts in each box. That’s eighty. We do not need eighty pop tarts.”
“But… But they’re on sale!”
“No. You eat enough junk food as it is. Put them back.”
“But I like them. And I want them. I’ll go to the gym more, I swear it,” he was like a petulant child bargaining with his mother rather than a grown man out shopping with his girlfriend. You knew should have never let him control the cart.
“No! Put them back. You cannot get that many pop tarts. You can have two boxes.”
“Six?” he tried again.
“Four then. Let me have four.”
You sighed and shook your head. Next time you were doing the shop online. It was not worth this every time.
“Three. And that’s it. And you are not to ruin your dinner by eating them before.”
“Yay! Thanks, love you.”
He grabbed the cart and scurried off back to the aisle to put them back. Another woman who was having a similar debate but with her child, glanced over and caught your eye.
You smiled and started to walk away, hearing the child try to argue.