5. A significant portion of the reviews are designed to make you laugh.
6. If you look closely around the store, you might find an Easter egg like this:
7. Or this…
8. Or these:
If you keep your eyes peeled, you might find little surprises like these in the corners of the shelves, or hidden in plain sight on a pole or wall.
12. A good store is a store you feel comfortable singing and dancing in the aisles with your co-workers.
Fun fact: You can get an (unofficial) warning for screaming Nickelback in the aisles with your co-workers if a customer complains. It’s happened, trust me.
13. If you’re register savvy, you can write your co-workers letters using stock titles.
This is a register rendition of “Friday” by Rebecca Black.
14. Sometimes they get really, really truly awful requests:
“To JB Hi-Fi
Could you please Look on the internet for names of Bands of Skinhead neo nazi music bands CD’s and please write back clearly.
NOPE. You can be a neo-Nazi on your own time, mate. (But actually don’t because that’s the worst.)
15. But a crafternoon can make everything better.
18. Sometimes the staff aren’t not too fond of the promotions they have on, and they’re not afraid to get sassy with signage.
19. Personal space is something to be cherished.
Please don’t touch the staff. Also, please don’t run your trolley into a crouching staff member and use it as a segue for your enquiry, as in “Oh, well now that I’ve got your attention.” It’s happened.
22. Sentences like this: “I’m looking for that song, you know the one? It’s all over the radio. It’s like…by a girl? Come on, you know the one! It’s so popular! She’s saying something, like… I don’t know. It’s like, dance-y? You know?” aren’t helpful.
That is literally half the songs on the radio, what are you talking about?