Note to the supermarkets in my 'neighborhood', get it together. I do not always feel like driving to Pathmark or making a detour to Stop & Shop on my way home from work. On those days am forced to venture into your 'little' supermarket, but this does not mean I expect inferior service. So to Metfoods, Bravo and the C-Towns of my hood, here are a few things you can do:
1. Get a few people that speak English to work there. I have no problems with the people that do not speak English, but newsflash there are people in the Bronx who speak English only. We would like to have workers that 'understand' what the heck we are saying when we have a question.
2. Clean please. Just clean. Clean up the fvcking mess. That's it.
3. What is that smell!! It has been three years and your place still smells like shit.
4. Spellcheck your fvcking signs.
5. Note to cashier: yeah it says debit card, but do you see that big Mastercard logo? That means I can use it as a credit card, so shut up!
6. Save the best for last: WTF!! that customer just stepped on the baby mouse and kept it moving like it was nothing. Huh!! Unlike Arnold, ' I WILL NOT BE BACK'.