So today, went to petrol station to buy fuel, not sweets, or chewing gum, so why did she ask me ask per usual did i want any.
Then onto Staples, usually excellent customer service, so why when i bought one ink cartridge, did she ask me did i want a second one, with a third off the price, so thats an extra 12 quid, for another,obviously i didnt read all the posters telling me about the offer.
Then onto Argos,to buy a hair dryer for a freinds birthday, so why did she ask me if i wanted to insure a 18 quid hair dryer against faults for 4 quid, and would i be intrsted in a high cost credit card abot 39%intrest,which i wouldnt have to pay unless i paid it off within so many days, she wasnt impressed when i said i`ll pay for it now.
Strangely shop managers, i and many others have the ability to decide what we want to buy when we enter your shop, and dont need to be asked if we need anything else.
Oh ansd never got asked out for a date by any shop staff so far.
What other anoying experiences do forum dwellers have of shopping