You Really Need to Stop Doing These 6 Things at the Twin Falls Walmart
Anyone who shops in Twin Falls has at one point or another happened upon Walmart. This particular business is known for its eclectic patrons. Websites are dedicated to the most interesting of attendees to the mighty isles of Walmart, though my ability to search this particular website, People of Walmart, is blocked as mature humor by my organization. Understandable precaution considering the maturity level of most of my co-workers in the building, but not me in particular.
While some Walmart shoppers return loyally, some visit sparingly. It doesn’t matter if you are a frequent flyer or visit once in a blue moon, there are certain trends that should be addressed procuring items in said establishment.
6 Things to Cease Doing Immediately at Twin Falls Walmart
#1 - Public Relations Nightmare: Employees at Walmart are regular people. They do not hold all the keys to the castle. They probably feel just as overworked and underpaid as you. Remember, you may meet them in another setting. Do you want them to act like this at your job?
#2 - Social Butterfly: Please feel free to chat with other patrons you meet along the way. Please do not block other people needing to share the isles with you.
#3 - Crosswalk Bully: Walmart is a busy place. Many people walk in and out of the store. Flying through the crosswalk at the front of the store is not okay. Enter through another part of the lot and park in the back if you are too impatient to wait for walkers.
#4 - Faulty Fingers: Accidents happen. You pick up something holding liquid and it slips right out of your hands. Don’t just leave it there. Tell an employee. Preferably one you haven’t harassed in item #1.
#5 - Lord of the Flies: Parents can use shopping to teach many lessons, like adding, reading, sticking to a list, and good behavior. All these lessons need to be supervised in order to be taught. Stay with your group, parents. Don’t leave children to fend for themselves.
#6 - Oscar the Grouch: The shopping cart is not your personal trash can. I have frequented Walmart many times. I have seen receptacles inside the store that are meant to be utilized for this exact purpose.