Once again, I don't believe people should talk to loudly if they don't want others to rate their intelligence
, or judge them as a person.
While at the mall the other day, I was behind two college aged people. One was bitching about how unprofessional
they thought the last sales person was. She said something about being ignored and not waited on properly. The saleslady apparently didn't show her everything that could possibly have been available or look hard enough for clothing apparel.
The other person engaged in the conversation
said something to the effect of the sales person needing to get a "real" job. She said that the sales person was probably pissed at life because she didn't have a real job or have "real" goals?
I was taken aback at how idiotic this conversation
sounded and could not wait to get off the elevator. I purposely got off on a different floor because had I heard anymore I probably would have gone off. Who are they to judge anyone who is working? Granted, I don't know the whole story. Maybe the salesperson was rude or not catering or living by the rule "the customer is always right". But for them to say that someone's
job isn't real, is a bit condescending
Am I the only one who sees the idiocy of their conversation