On a recent visit to my local cafe in BKLYN, I was served just too many weird things that totally blew my mind. I opened the door to the café, and a young mitsosbet man stood right in the middle of the doorway, not moving as I opened the door. I said “Excuse me,” and tried to squeeze past him, but he didn’t move an inch! I just walked “through” him, bumping him a bit, and then he “woke up” from his phone chat and slightly moved to one side.
I approached the counter only to find the cashier’s head ducked down beneath it! What could this mean? It turned out she was chatting on her phone and didn’t look up until I said “Excuse me, may I order, please?”
I’m not sure where to begin. It feels like everywhere I go—cafes, restaurants, spas, hair salons, retail stores, department stores, you name it—the overarching problem is that no one gives a sh!#, and if they do, I’ve begun to think they must be weird! I’ve become so used to bad service and people not paying attention that if someone behaves in a courteous manner, エロ動画-無修正 I think they’re flat-out strange and/or on “happy drugs.”
We need to make a major social behavioral change before it’s too late! Here are my suggestions:
- Companies in general (whether in the service industry or not) need to change their training manuals and limit the use of cell phones at work. Maybe they can establish a bonus system nudecamshd.com where points are awarded if you leave your phone in the locker room or a bag.
- Parents need to teach their children manners, including proper etiquette about how to respectfully address and behave to others.
- Formal training on how to address and speak to others might be a good addition to kindergarten, middle school, and high school curriculums.
- A lesson on eye contact could be useful – look up, not down.