The Real Canadian Superstore. Basically, the parent shop of Canada's Loblaw grocery stores. If you clicked on this article, you've probably worked, currently work or aspire to work at Superstore, No Frills, Extra Foods or a similar store. Or perhaps you shop there frequently. Or maybe you just like to laugh at everyone's pain.\nREAD ALSO: 21 Struggles Every Cineplex Employee Knows All Too Well\nWorking at Superstore is quite an experience. While you gain insane people skills and learn how to stock and scan at the speed of light, there were a few things that made the job, well... not-so-awesome. Here are 21 struggles every Superstore employee knows all too well.\nWhen customers decide to place items where they clearly do not belong.\nWhat compelled you to place this head of lettuce with the Joe Fresh children's clothing? How do you just randomly decide you no longer want a head of lettuce?\nWaiting for customers to find their PC Plus card.\nI promise you, this $2 chocolate bar really isn't going to generate that many PC points.\nWhen customers bring bulk/produce items without writing down the item/bin number.\nI love going through this massive binder of all the product ID numbers/codes. It's my favourite thing to do.\nAnd it's even worse when the item has a complicated name...\nAnd the customer looks at you like you're incompetent because their bulk candy is labelled under "Red Band Sour Suckers" and not "Sour Soothers."\nMemorizing product codes better than anything you've ever learned in school.\nSomeone explain how brain decides which information is valuable...\nHaving customers complain about how they have to pay the refundable dollar for a shopping cart.\n"Well, Walmart doesn't-" Walmart obviously doesn't care if their carts get stolen, ma'am.\n"Debit or Credit?" "It's a Mastercard."\n*eye twitch*\nTrying not to make eye contact with customers with overflowing carts when you're working cash.\nGOD PLEASE NO.\nWhen customers complain about the price difference between the No Name brand and the President's Choice brand.\nIt's literally a 10 cent difference.\nWhen customers give you expired Superbucks.\n...And having to explain to customers that we no longer accept Superbucks. Do you have a PC Plus card?\nSeeing a lost kid every shift.\n"Attention shoppers, if you misplaced a young boy in a "Paw Patrol" shirt, that is seemingly too old to still be sucking his thumb, please go to customer service."\n"All checkout lanes are open weekends between 10 am - 8pm / 12pm - 5pm"\nMadness. Pure madness. You're all animals!\nWhen customers ask about a product and you have never seen that product before in your life.\nDo we even sell that here? Where did you find that? This store is so unbelievably large.\nWhen customers complain about being charged for bags.\nSorry, lady, we are trying to save the planet here. But we encourage you to purchase one of our PC grocery/shopping bags.\nFeeling second-hand embarrassment when customers freak out at the PC Mastercard solicitors.\nHey, man. They're just doing their job.\nWhen customers don't respect the neatly folded clothing table.\nSo, you're just gonna act like you didn't see me folding those, huh?\nHaving an internal organizational meltdown when customers put their groceries on the belt in no particular order.\nYou're just gonna put your vegetables and raw meat on your clothing items, ma'am?\nWorking cash on weekends is your worst nightmare.\n*after 3 hours of scanning* "Your total comes to $673.91."\nWhen customers try to make conversation when there's a long line behind them.\nPlease, don't do this.\nHaving sore knees/feet/legs after every shift.\nMy life hurts.\nWhen customers come in with a million coupons.\nWell, what can we say? We're The Real Canadian Superstore. "We're big on coupons!"