Most of us have at some point experienced a painfully awkward interaction with a store cashier after purchasing an embarrassing item or combination of items. But do cashiers actually judge us for what we buy? The answer is: sometimes. But it has to be pretty weird, wild, or salacious. Because people who work as professional store cashiers have truly seen it all.
1.) From wuapinmon:
Circa 1992, I had an approx 50 y/o lady come into the Kroger where I worked in Georgia and buy condoms, tampons, a Cosmopolitan, beer, kitty litter, and those birthday cake candles that don't blow out when you blow on them. I joked, "Big night, huh?" She responded, (and people didn't really drop the f-bomb in suburban Atlanta back then), "You have no f**king idea, honey."