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The 10 Things That Happen When You're A Gap Sales Associate

Elevate the everyday. Also explain what GapCash is and become personal coach to chip-reader virgins.

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1. You sell Gap Cards.

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TRUST US. We hate the words "would you like to save 15%?" just as much as you do. But there's nothing like that feeling of getting the most cards at the end of the month, or the little gimmicky bribes our managers are constantly throwing in our faces to get more of them ("First one to get three cards tonight gets a $5 Caribou gift card!").

2. You become a personal trainer for every single customer who tries to use the chip.

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No, no, no, don't take it out yet - aaaaand you fucked it up.

3. You explain what GapCash is.

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What is so complicated? Seriously, WHAT IS SO COMPLICATED ABOUT THIS?!

4. You fold The Modern Tee shelf until you actually just die.

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And it only takes one shitty customer who can't decide on a color to take it all away in a matter of seconds.

5. You get comfortable touching the crotch of pants of the opposite sex.

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You have to admit, the first few times you recovered GapBody you blushed a little.

6. You talk about good denim.

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You need a recommendation? LET ME SHOW YOU MY FAVORITE KIND THAT I HAVE 26 PAIRS OF!!! By the way, did you know when Gap opened it sold ONLY vinyl records and jeans??! How cool is that?!

7. You get on extremely intimate levels with coworkers in record time.

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Sometimes, it only takes one customer calling you stupid to move from strangers to sleepovers.

8. You know your favorite food court items and can consume them in record time.

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You can purchase, consume and digest an entire meal within a 15 minute break if you just believe.

9. You learn to deal with holiday music, even when you've heard it on repeat for two months straight.

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Either that, or you just want to die every time you come into work.

10. You appreciate the beautiful times in retail that remind you why you love it.

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It's not crazy but busy, cool people are working, you are caffeinated, customers are friendly, and you are ON YOUR GAME.

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