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FML - The follow-up
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Also, (not enough room to mention this in the FML) it wasn't a casual phone call, she was having a very heated (and obviously fake I realized afterwards) argument with some guy about how she was or was not just at some restaurant with another guy. She was screaming and cussing, the whole shabang! It was, in hindsight, a very effective distraction
By Saxicolous / Monday 9 May 2016 00:21 / Canada - Thunder Bay
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It's amazing what people get away with because they know most people get uncomfortable in those situations. It's a quick way to get people to look the other way, that's for sure!

By  SixthSinEnvy  |  47

I work in the shoe department too. When customers do this to me (jumping on the phone while I'm assisting them) I'll stand there holding the shoes, waiting for them to finish their call. It's the same as talking on the phone at the registers to me. Don't ask for my help and then expect me to tip toe around you catching up with your friends.

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  Saxicolous  |  47

I stood there for a few seconds until she yelled at me, I thought she was just a bitch and not a seasoned thief so I walked away! I'm honestly the slightest bit impressed with how clever that was

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  Saxicolous  |  47

Also, (not enough room to mention this in the FML) it wasn't a casual phone call, she was having a very heated (and obviously fake I realized afterwards) argument with some guy about how she was or was not just at some restaurant with another guy. She was screaming and cussing, the whole shabang! It was, in hindsight, a very effective distraction

By  kirbo2  |  28

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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