Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Dear Miss Manners,

Is it appropriate for the check-out girl at the grocery store to adjust her chatchkes while she's ringing up my purchases? I don't mean just a small flick of a strap that's strayed down a shoulder, I'm talking a full hand-inside-the-shirt adjustment, followed by an over-the-shirt full-on from-below boost up of both girls.

And, after witnessing such an action, was it appropriate for me to say, "That must feel better"?

I eagerly await your advice...

4 comments:

Teresa Paulina said...

OMG!!!! I can't believe your life and your luck for the looneys!!! I wanna run around with you again and watch you interact with these nut cases!!! You are just so funny... thank you... you've just saved me from a family fed mental break-down.. I needed this!

MOU said...

Oh, my. I said something similar to a Target employee who felt the need to adjust himself while answering a question about coffeemakers in the appliance aisle a year or so ago.

Twyla said...

LOL I bet it did feel better, but she could have at least waited until she was between customers.

Maidink said...

I applaud you on being ABLE to make a comment. I would have just stood there slack-jawed with my deer in headlight look.