Forbidden Words: What Employees Can and Cannot Say to Customers

Rude store employees? This Chinese clothing store solved the problem by putting up a poster of what their workers can and cannot say to customers!

Link to larger pic at One Large Prawn


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I saw this exact same sign in the Pearl Market in Beijing last year. The Pearl Market is a crowded multi-story "mall" where Chinese teenagers dress alike (blue Polo Oxfords are the standard) and attempt to sell 'copy watches' or Nike shoes or any other manner of pirated goods. Some of the kids ignored the 'forbidden' words and called out 'You Crazy!' to shoppers who refused to buy. However, when they said it, they smiled as if it was a game. In fact, the whole mall is 'a game.' Kids, toys, gesturing, negotiating; it is a place you have to visit, even if you don't buy. Also, watch what happens when someone warns that the Chinese police are coming. Entire showcases are shuttered in a wave of reaction, one booth after the next. Don't eat the food.
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#8 If you can't afford it, don't bother ask.

#9 Are you a man (or a pussy)?

#10 Just look at you (does not seem to be someone that can afford this).
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