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    Staples Employees Are Sharing The Most Irritating Things Customers Do, And I'm Losing My Mind At The Audacity Of Some Of These

    For the love of printer ink...

    1. Staples employees hate hearing this joke:

    2. Staples employees hate when you wait until closing time to print a zillion copies:

    3. Staples employees hate when you abandon your basket instead of just putting your stuff back on the shelf:

    4. Staples employees hate when you expect them to know _your _passwords:

    5. Staples employees hate when you insist that you're allowed to make copies of trademarked stuff that could get them in trouble:

    X from Staples

    6. Staples employees hate when you ask for products that you know are only sold online:

    7. Staples employees hate when you ask where the printer ink is while standing directly in front of the ink section:

    Ink from Staples

    8. Staple employees hate when you treat the display desks like your personal office space:

    9. Staples employees hate when you try to return items without a receipt:

    10. Staples employees hate listening to this exact request 500 times a day:

    11. Staples employees hate when you get upset about the bubbles on your laminated photos after they warned you about the bubbles:

    12. Staples employees hate answering this question 6,342 times a day:

    13. Staples employees hate when you stare at them the entire time they're printing your copies for you:

    14. And finally, Staples employees really, really hate when you do this:

    At the end of the day, Staples employees just want you to remember they're simply trying their goddamn best:

    meme of Squidward saying "we sell printers here sir"

    H/T: r/staples