Don't Forget Your Humanity This Black Friday


#21

The year I worked the Super Bowl, I remember the store being empty until right around half time. That year I also didn’t bother with the game. One of my coworkers and I got on some politics tangent over our meal break and didn’t stop until the break was over.


#22

I was busy the whole time. Most everyone called off, so I was handling the hot station (mostly wings) and counter (and dishes) my entire shift on my own much of the time.

I’m glad I don’t work there anymore. It was exhausting work (especially since I was the only guy back there and had to do all of the dirty work).


#23

This was the first time in 30 years that I went out. My sister and I hit the mall just to see what was going on. It wasn’t too bad. Just had one incident in the parking lot. I was sitting with my turn signal on waiting for someone to back out of a space and another driver started giving me the hand signals for some reason.


#24

This is why we stock up on groceries two days before thanksgiving so that we don’t have to treck to the stores during the next few days.


#25

My Black Friday shopping was online. I did go into one store though. But when I asked if the thing I saw online was in store and was told it wasn’t (as clearly stated on the webpage in retrospect) I ordered it online.


#26

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