Great rant. The very worst are those who insist on opening every package before they buy, then agree to buy and put back the package that they just opened and purchase an unopened package instead.guysmiley8 wrote: ↑Apparently, some people are anti-social animals. Forget about leaving stuff in random spots or near the cash...I don't even like it when people are inconsiderate by putting something back in the shelf in a disorganized or messy way. Products on the shelf are organized and stacked/arranged neatly in rows for display. Knocking boxes over, putting an item back on the wrong shelf, etc. is either going to make it more difficult for the next customer to find what they want, or some poor minimum-wage employee has to clean up the shelf after the slobs.
Have you tried to find a DVD or Blu-ray in one of the discount bins at ANY store? If they were ever neatly arranged in stacks or with the spines up, it won't be that way within a few hours. Try digging around the bin and finding that last copy of a movie you might want. Ugh.
Maybe this is just me, because I'm very particular about things.
Every day, I'm reminded of how much I hate people.
Go to The Bay in a couple of weeks for its January white sale and you will see bin after bin full of clearance sheets and duvets that have all been opened.