By booksandshadows - / Tuesday 4 March 2014 09:06 / United States - San Diego
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  JennaNGood  |  21

Or not. OP must have interesting taste if she thinks 'hmm, here's a good looking Walmart employee, let's give him my number.' a) he works at Walmart so WHY, b) is it just me who feels that giving someone you don't know your number a little bid outdated? I mean, I would prefer to know someone before giving them my number - because they could be a complete psychopath.

  Melodija  |  19

Also #71 people work in places like Walmart or McDonalds while doing degrees etc not necessarily because they're stupid - his job doesn't define who he is

  JennaNGood  |  21

That's true, although I'd prefer to meet people not at work, cause like you said it's about the person not the job - when you're intending to get someone's number while they're at work you can guarantee the outcome.

  valentinov  |  15

Your social skills are weak. Very weak. And from your comments I've gleaned quite enough in your "charming" personality.
Word of advice: when you feel like giving and advice, or promoting your opinions - don't.


Be a little more judgmental, 79. The guy has a job, which is a real feat considering the times. People that see those that work in retail/the service industry/places like Walmart as lesser than others are infuriating. Those jobs aren't the most fun and people take what they do for granted and then judge them for doing it. Grow up.

  buttcramp  |  21

I can relate to OP here.. I've chickened out too! The bright side is OP at least had the courage to approach and speak to him. OP will get it eventually :)

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