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By footfetish / Saturday 2 February 2013 11:21 / Australia
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What surprises me is how she didn't notice that he wasn't an employee... They usually wear a uniform so we can distinguish who works for the shop and who doesn't (at least where I live).

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not necessarily, in a lot of smaller shops there are no uniforms just people dressed normally who work there which causes confusion it happened to me several times

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11- Lol, a couple of years ago, I was in a Walmart in black jeans and a plain white t shirt, trying on work boots. My wife had my jacket and was off looking at something else, so when I found what I wanted, I carried the box in front of me and stood looking down the isles for her. Some guy and his wife stopped me and started asking me where I kept the Kodiak brand, since he said I obviously work in this department, so, I took him back to where I came from and helped him out. ;) He got what he w

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26- I actually had the opposite experience. I worked at Target for a couple of months and several times a week I would get people asking if I worked there, as if my Target uniform and name-tag were just a coincidence. -.-!

What, so it didn't tip you off when he stroked your arches, his pupils dilated with a smile slowly spreading across his face? No? Okay then. Edit: Ahaha, I make an unusual attempt to be funny, and I read the FML wrong. I thought he was helping her try on shoes. Oh well. *crawls in hole*

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