Paige Yore My Friday Experience In Walmart


Paige Yore My Friday Experience In Walmart

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[Paige Yore:] Source:
Happy Friday everybody! I just had this experience and it really touched home to me that no matter where we are and no matter we’re doing, we are there for a reason. Plans change, people go places for a reason.

I’m in downtown Pueblo at this Walmart waiting in line for like 20 minutes, and this young cashier, sixteen maybe, young man, he’s having hell, he can’t ring anything up, he can’t remember codes, he’s taking deep breathes, and I thought to myself, and I’m like: I wonder what happened to him this morning that made his day just bad.

And I’m like irritated because I’m waiting forever, well this lady starts laying into this man: “you suck at customer service, I don’t know why you ever – I don’t know how you ever got hired here blah blah blah.” Just being so rude to this young man.

And we finally – we helped her get her groceries loaded up to get her the hell out of there. And … uh… she runs her card and it gets declined and then she really lays it into this kid that it’s his fault that he can’t run the computer and – There’s money in this account, I just transferred it and it’s your dumb-ass that can’t – and goes off on this kid.

And I grabbed her, and I was like: ma’am maybe you should just step aside, let us cash out. This young man is obviously having a bad day. Like, let it go… It’s not his fault that you don’t have money or whatever is the case. So… um… this young kid just stops in his tracks behind the counter and starts crying and he comes around the bagging area and he just hugs me.

And I’m like – I’m like weirded out and I hug him back.

And he’s sobbing. And he finally gets it together and you know, I’m like, it’s okay, it’s okay, you know, everybody has a rough day.

And he’s like, no, no, no. You don’t understand. And I said, are you okay. Ma’am. My mom just committed suicide this morning and I have to work because I have to pay our rent, and I have to pay our bills and I don’t even have a mom anymore. And this lady is just yelling at me.

And I started crying, I said: “You know, hang in there, life is so hard, and it’s going to be okay, it will be okay.”

[Paige Yore:] Source:
So this lady is standing there absolutely humiliated in-front of there is thousands of people in here, this place is a zoo and this young man is crying.

I gave him all my money out of my purse and he can’t get it together.

The manager comes over and he’s just crying and crying and crying, and – that just showed me no matter, no matter what, even if your customer service sucks, even if, whatever happens, somebody is rude to you, being your customer service, don’t jump down their throat, because they are fighting a battle that none of us know about.

Just all of us, we have stuff in our life that is hard, and some days just suck, but we just have to be thankful to be alive and treat other people like you want to be treated, don’t lay in somebody like that cause you never know what’s going on in their life.

I love all of you, I hope you have the best weekend, I’ll talk to you soon.

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