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Old 01-06-2009, 11:57 PM   #61
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What really ticked me off was that they FINALLY opened the Express lane - AS I WAS LEAVING!!!!


That drives me nuts!!!!
 
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Every time I go to Target, on the busiest of nights, it's ALWAYS that way. Not everyone has 2 carts full of stuff, people!!
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Every time I go to Target, on the busiest of nights, it's ALWAYS that way. Not everyone has 2 carts full of stuff, people!!
I love it when I get to Target 15 minutes before my shift, pick up some lunch (usually soup in a bowl or Hot Pockets, depending on what I feel like), get in line and I'm waiting until 5 before my shift because the people ahead of me have too much **** in their carts. Hey, ****tards, GO SHOPPING EARLIER. See my nametag? I HAVE TO WORK, BITCH. MOVE IT.
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I love it when I get to Target 15 minutes before my shift, pick up some lunch (usually soup in a bowl or Hot Pockets, depending on what I feel like), get in line and I'm waiting until 5 before my shift because the people ahead of me have too much **** in their carts. Hey, ****tards, GO SHOPPING EARLIER. See my nametag? I HAVE TO WORK, BITCH. MOVE IT.

That's happened to me too but I don't work at Target. I usually show up five minutes before I need to be at work, and as I'm heading toward the back to sign myself in, customers stop me to ask ridiculous questions that I never know the answers to. "In what aisle can I find _____ ?" or "Can you help me take my groceries to my car?" And of course, if I even dare SUGGEST that I didn't even sign in yet and I have to do that first before helping anyone or if I even say, "I'm technically not here, I didn't sign in yet" the manager reprimands me for "disrespecting" a customer. As if the customer who told me "You can sign in later, helping me is more important" ISN'T being disrespectful?
 
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Every time I go to Target, on the busiest of nights, it's ALWAYS that way. Not everyone has 2 carts full of stuff, people!!

Even as someone who worked at Target for nearly five years and still loves shopping there, I have the same problems that you do. The express lanes are just never open. I'll go into the store to pick up one or two items and I'll have to wait 20 minutes in line behind five people who have carts filled to the brim.
 
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one of my online orders came today and all i got was a box of packaging material and a receipt.
GRRR. they offered to either refund it or send another one when they restock, i said i'll wait for another, but they refunded my payment instead. **** this, i'll take the refund and buy it somewhere else.
 
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Even as someone who worked at Target for nearly five years and still loves shopping there, I have the same problems that you do. The express lanes are just never open. I'll go into the store to pick up one or two items and I'll have to wait 20 minutes in line behind five people who have carts filled to the brim.
What's the point of even having Express lanes if they're not going to be used??
 
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What's the point of even having Express lanes if they're not going to be used??
There was talk of Target phasing out express lanes, too. Fortunately, it doesn't seem to be catching on.
 
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GRRR. they offered to either refund it or send another one when they restock, i said i'll wait for another, but they refunded my payment instead. **** this, i'll take the refund and buy it somewhere else.
Wasn't from Old Navy, was it? My bf bought me some clothes from oldnavy.com and had them sent to me. I open them Christmas day and instead of a white cami, I get a red pair of baby pants. Ugh, so I have to send them back so I can get what my bf paid for. Based on what he's telling me, I may be getting the damn baby pants BACK. I clearly wrote on the receipt that I did not receive the cami and they could clearly see a red pair of infant pants was NOT on the recepit anywhere, but it sounds like I'm still going to get baby pants again. Can't wait for this box to come.
 
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There was talk of Target phasing out express lanes, too. Fortunately, it doesn't seem to be catching on.
Ours are always open.
 
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Ours are always open.
Too bad they can't farm it out!!
 
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You guys make me glad that I almost never set foot in Target
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
 
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IMO, Target is still 100x better than Walmart, though.
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This, indeed.

Plus I get to shop after my shift, before the store opens! Neener neener
 
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IMO, Target is still 100x better than Walmart, though.
It really is. Wal Mart is bad about not paying their employees enough and for using sweat shop labor.
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