By mog - 07/11/2019 08:00 - United States
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It sucks being judged; judge not lest yee be judged. F* 'em, don't judge me... but if you're now aware of how frequently your drinking it may be time to slow down...Shame and embarrassment are sure signs that your aware of your "wrongdoing" on some level.
And? If you're a fairly regular customer, the staff will recognize you. I only visit the convenience store by my house once a week, but most of the regular staff know me and my usual. Hell, I've been recognized while going through the drive-though at my local coffee shop, and the owner asked me some questions about rentals at my job.
You don't have enough information here for us to make a YDI or a FML judgement. For about five years I ordered a pizza from the same place every week because I hated doing anything on my days off work. House cleaning, cooking and all that happened on workdays. I got to be so well known that the manager started throwing freebies my way. One time I realized I couldn't afford the soda I usually ordered with my pizza so I ordered and he had one sent along anyway on him. No shame in being a regular and many people who work in customer facing jobs have a great eye for faces.
If you go there often enough to be embarrassed about being recognized, it might me time to consider seeking help. If you don't have a problem: Who cares if you're recognized? You but there, she works there and sells you stuff. And if you care about her opinion of you, don't forget she also works at a liquor store.