Cashier jokes

I have been a cashier for several years.  My best years as a cashier!

Myself:  Hello how are you today? Did you find everything okay?
Customer: I am good and yes I did find everything I needed.
Myself: I am glad to hear that you found everything okay.  Do you happen to have any tampons I can scan for you today.
Customer: No I have no coupons.
Myself trying to not to laugh to hard until she left the store!  

2nd joke I told a customer!

Customer: Hello do you have apple pay?
Myself: Hold on I never had anyone pay for apples in produce before give me a second to ask my manager.
Customer: Very upset says are you drunk?
Myself: Ues we do accept apple pay it was a joke!

3rd joke
Myself cleaning!
So I am cleaning the window with spray.  It is smudging really bad and decide to get better rags to clean the window with. Nothing is working!!!
My boss:  Time for a break join us outside
Myself:  Still looking at this window trying to find out what is making it so dirty.  So I go outside with my boss and tell her I am upset that I spent 15min on one window and it still isn't clean and I slam the bottle of cleaner I was using on the table outside and I plop in the chair.
My boss: laughing her butt off well I know the problem and can fix it.
Myself: Thinking why she is laughing so hard?
My boss: Read the can your using
Myself: Okay so I read it and realized it said gloss cleaner not glass cleaner!  Now I am laughing at myself
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Submitted by anthonygariti on April 28, 2021

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Deidre L Gariti

I am a wife and a mother who loves to write poetry. I have been in several poetry contests amd I just enjoy writing personal poems about my life. more…

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    I love your fun poems! Please writing!
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