I'm a generally nice person (at least I think so). I'll even hold the gate for you to help you with your transaction - provided you ask.
This man calls (apparently from the parking lot) and asks if we have Jeopardy the game. Yes.
14.99? yes. used? yes Then I proceed to hear the click of the phone implying the hang up.
So I go about my business in the store. It's Sunday, the mall closes early. This same man waltz's up after the "get out of the mall" bell rings, out gate is clearly closed, and our computers are already shut down. He explains that I was holding a game for him to my boss. Um, no I wasn't.
don't get pissed at me. you're the one that didn't ask me to. I would have gladly held it for you, and told my boss not to close one of the registers had you simply ask. Don't look at me with a glare when I did nothing wrong. Further don't even begin to retort "you realize I drove all the way from the Westside?" when you should realize that hey, we have to fucking work on a Sunday to provide shitty people like you with gaming entertainment.
He then goes on to state he called from the parking lot just outside. I stand there dumbfounded thinking - what were doing for 15 minutes? jacking off? you could have come inside and purchased your game....
I wish people would learn to ask, nicely of course.