1. Feeling like you deserve an Oscar for your acting skills
Much to the surprise of any regular customer, employees don't always enjoy interacting with you, especially if you're a terrible customer. If I had $1 for everytime I had to pretend to enjoy a stranger's story, I'd be able to quit my job and retire comfortably.
2. The despair you feel when you see a large group of people enter the room
If your store is short staffed, just get out of there while you can.
3. When a customer tells you they don't like your service
Because a complaint from someone who probably just wants something for free is really going to make us change.
4. Trying to figure out where the "other location" that does things perfectly every time is.
If you like the "other" place so much, save an employee's life and just go there instead.
5. Being called in on your day off
It's not my fault that you're busy or someone called in on MY day off
6. How you feel when customers watch your every move
Calm down Deborah, your order is almost done. You don't have to watch me make each individual item
7. Hour 5 of your 10-hour shift
8. When people ask you if you're happy with your negative attitude
Sarcasm can get people through even the worst of times.
Do your customer service worker's a favor, and thank them for helping you.