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By I hate retail - / Friday 27 November 2015 02:26 / Australia - Kensington
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By  Emmamazing  |  26

Well, I guess she's not wrong.

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  FMLusername969  |  21

Ahhhhh ... YEAH she's fkn wrong! Do you honestly think it's ok to treat another human being like that?

It is his job to help customers bring items to their cars but it s absolutely NOT his job to take her shit!

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  Calingaladha  |  21

25 kg isn't that heavy, though...

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  ThatHorse  |  15

For americans it is. most of our job postings say shit like "must be able to lift 25 pounds" (roughly 12kg)

By  viperAUS  |  15

hahahahha try doing that all day im a labourer so i once moved 100 bags haha

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  swanheart  |  35

Doing it voluntarily is slightly different from being made to do it out of spite by a customer. I think the fml wasn't about carrying it per se but about the customers attitude to op

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  viperAUS  |  15

forced

By  Malahkaa  |  19

Take a teaspoon and harden up princess.

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  viperAUS  |  15

a whole bag full will work and then add water

By  InnocenceBlue  |  28

Technically if you work at Bunnings, Mitre 10 or Home Hardware etc. it is part of your job description but having said that she could have been more polite. I'm happy to help pleasant customers with heavy things even though I don't have to at my job but if they're rude I don't offer. A little bit of kindness goes a long way, hopefully your next customer is a little bit more cheery. Chin up OP :)

By  Ethan_Anonymous  |  28

At least it's a job mate. I'll take a job even if it was cleaning toilets all day.

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