I’m not sure what “finger spacing” is (I assume this is to do with clothing stores, and I never worked in one of those), but - sorry - a customer’s entire purpose is to look through your stock. Pulling out *every single shirt* from the stack you just folded “just to make sure the designs were all the same” and throwing them back in a heap - now *that’s* something to get angry about. (Literally overheard a customer telling another customer that’s why she did that. Like…what are you even thinking?) As far as the “kid just dropped stuff on the floor” thing - well, usually when moms & dads are out in public, they don’t carry around a roll of paper towels and a dustbuster. Sure, it’d be more polite if they asked where those things were so they could clean it up themselves, but even so. Come on now. (If this is you, by the way, DO NOT work in a pet store. “Clean up stations” at the end of every single aisle and people still won’t clean up after their dog.) I understand how frustrating it can be to have to go back and check for something a customer wants, particularly if it’s a large store (or a large back room), but seriously, that’s part of the job - and one of the *less* annoying parts, for that matter. Some of these are fair complaints, and customers can certainly do a better job of “not being assholes” - but some of this is just plain petty, and you kinda need to get over yourself. Sorry.