Work was horrible. A new overnight stocker put a shitload of stuff in the wrong place, so I had to fix all that. We train people on day shift, why not try that on nights?
Then, there was this perfect storm of annoyance. An old man asked me where the Mylecon was. I told him we didn't have it anymore, it was in infants. He said he knew where that was - - "Where the diapers are?" - - so I went on about my business. An old woman said her doctor told her(don't get me started) that we sold 100% cotton feminine pads. We may, for all I know, but I have 20 feet of feminine pads and I wasn't going to check all of them. I did check three or four, then offered to ask the pharmacist(Sarah, bless her, she gets all the nutty questions).
When I got to the pharmacy window, here's the old man asking about Mylecon again. I told him I was helping another customer, but if he would give me a minute, I would take him to the Mylecon. Sarah concurred that she didn't think we sold 100% cotton pads, so as I started to tell that customer, before going to help the OTHER customer, here comes a co-worker with an item of mine(no) that's not on mod(it was) and she left it on my cart.
So, I tell the old woman, then take the old man to the Mylecon. "Oh, I didn't look there, I just looked on the diaper aisle."