Every Little Helps (12/30)

I accept that my monologue about making sure the shop assistant would never work in this city again might have been extreme.

I’ll even admit that the 2 minute rant at you explaining that

customer-service-these-days-is-so-bad-when-I-worked-in-a-shop-I-wouldn’t-get-away-with-that-and-did-you-see-how-he-was-dressed?!-If-I-dressed-like-that-well-well-well-well-I’d-have-been-fired

that I said just loud enough so if his manager heard he might receive the fury of 1000s hells was a bit excessive.

I understand you must have been embarrassed as I left the shop huffing, puffing and rolling my eyes at every. single. member. of. staff. as I pointed at the man disapprovingly in an effort to convey just how unhappy I was with the service today.

but

how

dare he have the gall,

the sheer ignorance,

the gumption to forget to tell me to have a good day?

 

-A.Webb (first draft)

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