when i was a teenager i used to be massively intimidated walking into clothes shops, particularly terrible places like USC or Office where it felt like the staff were both silently judging you and waiting to pounce on you
Went sofa shopping a few weeks ago and whilst I wasn’t intimidated I did find myself constantly trying to avoid the over-zealous sales staff
Any hairdresser/barber that charges more than £8 for a haircut
Feel like they’re going to ask me to leave every time I go into Ted Baker
i believe crop-dusting is frowned upon in all clothes shops, not just the expensive ones
The customer is always right/in need of a shite
Any hip, artsy venue where all the fellas are wearing those rolled up hats
Any pub or bar where the staff outnumber the clientele.
It used to be Lush (I go there a bit to get stuff that my wife wants), because of the smell and all the many staff members who descend on you when you walk in but now I know roughly where each section is I’m more confident about it.
Tiger maybe because of the weird one-way system. I like to browse leisurely, not be hustled around the place like a sheep at a sheepdog trial.
Complicated bakeries; hate not knowing the name of specialised bread.
nah i love a quiet pub, nothing better than having a pint with a book in somewhere like that
Ireland’s largest lingerie dept
scared @1101010 is shitting in one of the cubicles? i hear ye