Well, I didn't actually do that, or even say it, but I vehemently thought it to a person at Wal-Mart today when trying to buy a book. ***Side note, I read Eclipse over the weekend and it was interesting. I ripped through it in 3 days and I am not that fast of a reader. It's not a serious thinker, but it was enjoyable and it really kept my attention. More about that later.***
On the rack at Wal-Mart are 15 million copies (the other 15 million have apparently been sold) of New Moon in paperback and hard cover. If you search, really dig, you can find Twilight and perhaps Eclipse, but rarely Breaking Dawn. ***Side note, Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, then Breaking Dawn. New Moon is in theaters now. If you don't know what I'm talking about, go ask a 12 year old girl who Edward and Jacob are, step back, cover your ears, and you'll get the gist.***
Since I am now ready for the final installment of the Twilight series, I need the last book in paperback because I am NOT going to pay $15 for book. I see a hard cover but no paperback. I see some royal blue vests. I approach.
"Sue made dinner last night. Yeah...yea. It was ok. Roast. "
Blue vest lady on the phone. I would have let her continue her conversation had it been work related, but I didn't think Sue's meat was about work. At least I hoped not.
She didn't answer me, just pointed to another worker to help me.
Blue vest girl comes over and stares at me.
Annoyed me, "I see that Breaking Dawn is only in hard cover, do you have it in paperback?"
BV Girl, "That's not my department. I can't help you."
Blue Vest Lady butts in, "The book companies come and restock themselves. We don't have anything to do with the books. "
Really annoyed me, "Well, thanks for your help, Ladies."
Is it really so hard to do your job? Also, is it really so difficult to be polite? I cannot stand it when I am made to feel like I am bugging someone when they are clearly not working. All I want to know is if Bella turns into a vampire and if Jacob gets over it. Geeeeeeez.