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    So rude. I definitely would have told him to wait his turn.

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    Rude!

    If the guy in front of you had not paid and he was just adding an item to the pile then that is acceptable, pushing ahead is not!

    I'm another ex-retail employee and have no issue calling people out on rude behaviour in the shops.

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    In normal mood I would told him that the back line is back there. If touched my groceries I would have done my block screaming at him.

    In current my mood I would thrown his food at his head. (I am not leaving the house in fear of doing this to some idiotic folk.)

    Shopping with 5 kids is hard enough with jerk faced idiots pushing in and touching my food. For heaven sake my 3 yr old knows we don't touch other people food. If we aren't buying than don't touch it.

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    RUDE.

    My blood pressure has gone up by just reading this.

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    Super rude. It probably wouldn't have bothered me enough to say anything though.

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    i would totally have said something.

    This happened to me a few weeks ago and I said, "Um, excuse me, the queue is that way!" and pointed. He said, "Oh I was just jumping in with my friend as we came together."
    I said, "That's nice but it doesn't change anything. If you would like to take it up with a store manager, I am sure the lovely cashier will call one for us."

    He grumbled and moved his stuff back into his basket and queued up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    Nah I'm not precious with my groceries, though I know a lot of people are. I just figure they were on the shelf 5 minutes ago, where anyone could touch them, so what's the difference?
    Except if it was bread, then I'd be cross!!
    You are about to pay for them. They r as good as yours. You've thought about what the family is going to have 3-5 meals a day for the next X days. Waited in line. Piled it on it frozen good, pantry goods, jars/cans & meat etc. and some guy bulldozers your belongings from the front of the line that he also pushed into. no biggy? no?

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    So very rude. I would have said something or completely ignored him and said to the cashier 'excuse my I think I was next' and then give him a big passive smile

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    Yep so rude! I can't stand that type of behaviour! I had someone at a cafe once order food at the till fully aware I was behind her because we had walked up together and I was gracious enough to let her go first. Once she finished ordering she called out to her friend who was about 7 metres away saying hey you may as well order as well so it all comes together. Her friend hadn't even looked at the menu! She walked up to the counter and just as I was about to totally lose my sh^t the friend had the good sense and decency to say oh no I haven't even seen the menu, this lady has been waiting she can go first.

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    Damn right it's rude!!! And you bet I would've said something!!!


 
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