[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right.
Top Text: “STACKS ON STACKS ON STACKS”
Bottom Text: “OF FUCKING SHOEBOXES”]
So I work at a fairly large shoe store, and we keep all of our stock out on the sales floor, nothing in the back, (which often gets us the repetitive question of “would you have this size in the back?” ugh, no)
I know customers are rude and uncaring about all the progress you make in straightening up an aisle, but I just can’t get over the fact of stumbling upon stacks of shoes people tried on and didn’t want anymore and were too lazy to go put them back. It’s the kicker when there’s the occasional stack of like 6+ shoes and they’re all in the same size and from all different aisles left in one of the seating sections, this only really happens in women’s too (my department). Or better yet, when someone leaves an aisle completely trashed with half closed boxes piled up in the aisle they belong in, just on the floor. I just can’t even contain my rage about this sometimes.