At the store, our aisles are littered with Black Friday boxes. There was a time when everything was kept secret. Large swaths of 8mm black plastic were used to cover all of the 'special deals.' Secrecy was important. The idea was to make our customers curious enough to show up bright and early on Black Friday. That is no longer the case. We now open at our regular time. That extra, earlier hour was not adding enough buckos to our sales to justify the payroll expense. Now we let people know what our specials are going to be, though to be perfectly honest, nothing is a real deal, unless you're shopping for an appliance.
So, Rouvy added some new rides... in Switzerland... in the Alps. This one looks really nice. It's Sustenpass. I showed it to a friend at work and he said... "Dave, that's a big f*****g hill!" I corrected him of course. "Nope," I said, "that's a mountain." Here's a little video showing off the beauty and majesty of this ride.
I only have one question... I didn't know Sherlock Holmes fell to his death.
I have never done Black Friday and will never do Black Friday.ReplyDelete
I work it.Delete
demon newnose will probably enjoy prison.ReplyDelete
Nah, he's a Republican so he'll slink away into some dark counter while his wounds fester.Delete
Our Black Friday is not a big deal either. Our loyal customer has already shopped. We gay just mall traffic and outside people who complain we didn't open early enough and the sale aren't that good. We open and close an hour earlier and later that's it. An advantage to working for a luxury retailer. Im off anyway.ReplyDelete
I love how auto correct put in gay instead of get.Delete
Your Freudian slip is showing.Delete