In the shocking conclusion to “Blog Post” – Our hero, Robert, has finally made it to the end of his journey only to find it blocked by the manager. What is the manager’s true goal? Will he help our hero, or will he just stand in the way? The final battle begins!
So the customer has decided that you are inadequate to fulfill their request to have anything they want. The manager has been called and making their way to the customer, because they have been their office doing “paperwork”. The worker is left to the awkward silence between a pissed customer who thinks they are “right to have complained, and in the end they will get what they deserve!” It’s makes it even more awkward for some people when a line is forming behind them and they are just staring at the worker. Personally, I have no problems telling them that the manager will be there shortly and just go about my business of helping customers. Some people think they can’t jump to the next customer until that one is taken by the manager, and that makes it awkward for everyone else.
So the manager has finally showed up from the office that is located all the way on the other side of the city. Two ways this could end for the worker, the good way or the bad way. Usually it goes the bad way, but for the sake of story telling, I will explain the good way first. The good way is simple and short, the manager tells the customer to piss off and take their business elsewhere and hugs his worker in front of the pissed off customer. However, in real life it doesn’t work that way but once in a blue moon and only then does it happen at your dream job. For the rest of us it plays out like this… “Worker! Give this person what they want!” says the manager “I apologize for your crap service and dissatisfaction with my worker. Please take one of everything in the store”. Then you are scolded by the manager, who thinks that you could have done this and he didn’t need to leave the office. (I use “he” as the manager, since typically managers are male) And the conclusion of your interaction with the customer is “I knew I’d get what I wanted! I’m never coming here again!” as they storm out laughing. This is all based on scientific documented evidence by the way, so every single word I wrote is absolutely true. THE END!
Nobody calls me “Mad Dog”, especially not some duded-up, egg-suckin’ gutter trash.