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I used to work in a supermarket where the girl on the deli counter cut off the top of her finger in the meat slicer, but was made to finish her shift before going to hospital. You can now pay 100 to shoot zombies in the store's empty shell, haunted by poor dead nine-finger deli girl. Tell us your tales of the old retail experience, from either side of the counter

(, Thu 10 May 2012, 13:50)
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Oh the shame
Of having to seek help because of poor trolley loading. It was all going fine until I failed to spot a carton of sour cream in the bottom of the trolley as I loaded a crate of beer on top. The resultant mistake was pretty obvious and I had to seek staff assistance. The in store PA announcement then exclaimed "Wet spillage incident in aisle 16" (I even remember the aisle number). For years after this has remained a running joke in our household regarding any form of "wet spillage".
(, Thu 10 May 2012, 22:23, closed)

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