Saturday, September 14, 2013


Posted on Sat, Sep 14, 2013 at 8:24 AM

I work in a busy retail store in the mall. Everyday when I check the
fitting room to find a handful of empty hangers, or find sensors shoved
somewhere "special" I am disappointed, but not surprised. However, it never
ceases to amaze me the amount of people who bring their kids in on the
shoplifting. SHAME ON YOU! Last week there was a woman who sent in her
daughter to return a bag full of merchandise which was stolen from another
mom while she was finishing her shopping in another store. Yesterday there
was a woman who made her daughter try on a shirt in the fitting room, and
then tried to say she bought it last week. Lady, the sticker was still on
your kid's shirt. You people disgust me. Instead of encouraging your
children to appreciate what they have, and working for what they want, you
are teaching them some sense of entitlement. You need that Phineas and Ferb
shirt like you need a hole in your head, and to the sneaky mom trying to
get money back on your bag of stolen stuff, you should feel sorry for
yourself. Karma's a real bitch.


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