A day in the life of a Walmart Cashier. Well first I worked from 9-5 at Rotary then 530 to 1030 at “Wally World” as some old man called it today when he said “How do you like working at Wally World?”. I can’t lie so I said, “Well, it keeps me busy”
Best question of the day: Two older American women come in. They ask me what the exchange rate is like. I say 5 cents on the dollar. (yeah, crazy, i know). Then one of them asks me “So, are these all Canadian Prices?”. I don’t need to comment.
Something else I have been asked 4 times at work now “Are you a Vi**en?”. I didn’t know it was that obvious. Two of them had never even met me, and the other two hadn’t seen me since i was like 8. I guess I really do look that much like my family.
As a segment or column of sorts I will record the crazy characters who come into our Rotary office. First, lets do the computer technician. I’ll call him JimBob. So Jimbob designs a program for our cardraw and he has to come set it up. We have a few problems so we call him and he comes during lunch. I’m the only one in the office and he walks in. I say hi, (cheerfully) and he just nods and sits down. Heather (other office girl) comes back and we sit at the table and chat, work.
I decide to eat lunch and it came up that I had hummus. As i’m taking it out JimBob suddenly pipes in “Hold onto to your Hummus!” or something to that effect. Then he quizzes us to see what movie it comes from. Its Aladdin (i might just have to watch it). Then he’s silent again.
As he’s leaving he looks down at my hummus and says “you don’t have any crackers?” (me, having only carrots, say no). So he reaches into my carrots, takes a bunch, dips into the hummus and says “your dad made this” and leaves.
Thanks Jimbob. I’ll bring crackers next time.