I know this feeling
I used to work at a circuit city. We had protection plans on DVDs and CDs for a little while. It was $1 for a CD, $2 for a movie, though it went up a bit for the really expensive things like boxed sets.
For that, if it got screwed up in a year we’d replace it, no questions asked.
It was actually a good deal. Circuit cancelled it in a year because they were losing a shitload of money on it.
I wish I could’ve actually done it while they were looking at the items. When at ToysRUs we had to sell them at the register and that’s tough to do even for someone who’s always been involved in customer service
I think a little of his spirit just died.
I want to hug him! The poor thing. This part just tugged at my heart strings. <3
Awww. My wife felt the same way at Linens N’Things with their credit cards.
Poor guy. But, you sell your soul when you enter into the sales business.
Business is souless for a reason if you let emotions work alongside business then both will crumble.
How would Ethan know about which Bratz girl be best for that guy’s daughter?
It is so hard to read old comments like this without dropping spoilers for newcomers
And yet some people just do it anyway. :/
I’m not a newcomer and besides, Ethan never showed interest in girls toys so how he know Bratz is the best thing for girls.
he works at a toy store, he knows the merchandise.
This is why I am happier as a gas station night clerk then a top seller at Radioshack. Can’t afford didly but I have a soul again.
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