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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The glasses I ordered for a future reward (I figured I would get them, sans lenses, so that it would still be available, and then get the lenses added when I reached my goal weight) are discontinued! This upsets me. The website shouldn't have provided the option to order them if they're not there. So I'll call tomorrow and see about canceling. They can credit my credit card.

Then, as I was leaving work today, a gaggle of early twenty-something black (this becomes relevant, I swear! I'm not racist!!) kids were coming to the store where I work. They had come into the store earlier, because I had carded the one when he bought cigarettes. One of them was trying to climb one of the "no soliciting/skateboarding/&c" signs, and the proceeded to fall off the thing. When he stood up, I could see that he was pretty noticeably on something. He was stumbling all over the place, and then he started making rather lewd comments (such as, "Are you allergic to black [dick]"). The one I carded earlier kept apologizing for him (good manners, that), and then they finally went into the store.

Once I pried my eyebrows out of my hair, I called the store to warn them. I'll be interested to see what happened when I have to go in in the morning.
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    Good thinking on the frames now lenses later idea...I'm sorry that didn't work out!
    I'm with AndiLu...I loved your "eyebrows" turn of phrase..
    2824 days ago
    Awww, bummer on the frames!! Do you think they might be available somewhere else? Or on eBay or something?!? I hope you can find them, or find another pair that you love just as much!
    Sorry to hear about the crazies at work...just one of the joys of working with the public i suppose! I did giggle quite a bit at the "once i pried my eyebrows out of my hair" comment, hehe

    2826 days ago
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