I did some shopping in the weekend, and I am really impressed by how the sellers everywhere (in every shop I entered) were unhelpful and silly.
No one wants to listen to you, and always ready with the word "Mafeesh".
Even when I kept my smile and talked with them friendly, the same solid face and tough replies were all I got. Their attitude was really provoking.
What I noticed that this attitude didn't differ with the difference of the seller's place or condition, that is an example:
Place: Shoes shop
- A simple man, wearing very simple clothes
- Standing all the time, coming and going all the time
- Carrying things and answering all the people
- Noise, orders and calls are all what he hear
(I wanted a shoes, but it is always "Mafeesh")
Place: Cars place
- A chic guy, wearing an expensive suit
- Sitting on a leather chair and a comforty desk
- A/C is working and air is cool
- Slow music is playing in the place
(I wanted to ask about some cars' prices, but "Mafeesh" was there, and the other replies were so simple w b "eqtedab")
I can understand why the seller in scene 1 has this attitude, but why does the seller of scene 2?!
Those were just examples of the shops I entered, isn't it weird that all the other sellers I dealt with had the same attitude?
w 3ala ra2ey el Chinese Proverb: Don't open a shop unless you like to smile.
Saturday, May 21, 2005
Posted by Eman M at 3:23 AM