Here’s a little rant about people I kinda dislike. And by kinda dislike I mean I really, really don’t like.

So the other day I went into a boutique. You know just like any other girl does on her off days because clothes are basically our weakness. Anyway, I went into this boutique, by the way I have never been to this one, to be welcomed by no one. Okay, a little strange. I thought that until I realized there was someone who was actually on the floor. They were behind the register and just looked at me. Hello? A little bit of customer service goes a long way, but hey it’s whatever I’m here to shop not conversate. I walk around and I just couldn’t imagine what I saw. They literally had the cutest stuff! I literally found the jackpot of clothing stores.

I proceed to go around the store and just literally fall in love with everything I saw. I ended up grabbing at least 10 items, and I still hadn’t heard a word from the girl working there. Just a little strange in the sense that most people would ask if I wanted a room. I kinda paced around acting like I was still looking, even though I wasn’t, until she might say a word to me. Not so much to my surprise she didn’t. I just assumed that I would just go to the changing room and do this myself. Maybe it was a self serve boutique? Anyways, I go to the changing room try everything on and realized that this was the best place ever. Regardless of their terrible customer service I found heaven. Everything fit perfectly and the pricing was not bad at all.

Everything seemed good until I went to checkout. The girl finally said something to me, but it wasn’t what I was expecting at all. She asked if I was sure that I wanted all of these, and proceeds to question if I can even afford all of this. Really? Can I afford all of this? Of course I can. Why else would I take all of this up to the register. Honestly, that’s the rudest thing you can do to someone.

Just a quick rant about this and a lesson to everyone in retail. Customer service is key. Also never, and I mean never, question whether someone can buy something. It’s just plain rude and I’m like 99.9% sure that anyone who can’t pay for it will take it up to the register.