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After working a few retail jobs in different environments, you soon realize that there are major struggles that come along with every one of those jobs. And all of them seem to be stupidly similar. When you first get hired, you're so excited and can't wait to deal with normal, happy customers. A month later and you're probably already thinking of ways to call in sick.

I think all of us can agree that working retail is exhausting, especially when you're on the other side. And most of us can also agree that we're super nice to everyone in retail now because of our experiences. If you don't want to complain about the long lines at a grocery store, then just don't go to a grocery store at 2 pm on a Sunday. Common sense, my friends.

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The first job I ever had was as a cashier at a high-end grocery store.  When I first got hired I couldn't have been more excited.

That all changed the day a customer hit with a baguette.  Yes, I got hit with a loaf of bread. Mainly because the customer wanted my attention while she explained that she wanted her groceries bagged according to gluten and gluten-free items.  The moment that baguette crumbled on the sleeve of my puke-coloured button down, I knew that my job sucked.

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If you're a cashier, you'll probably agree that the customer service life is all but fun and games. It may be alright at first, but over time the annoying things that customers do start to chip away at you little by little. Here are 20 things shoppers do that get you raging:

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