It takes a lot of hard work and perseverance to keep a convenience store up, running and "convenient" for customers, but do those customers respect all your hard work? NO.
For some reason they all think of convenience stores as a right rather than a privilege, and "customers" don't consider the employees at all when they trash the place, or pay for a pack of cigarettes with 650 pennies, exclaiming "Hey, it's money, honey!"
As a budding psychiatrist turned convenience store manager Cracked's Jason Iannone also saw some s#%t go down in the bathroom sink, and some people who use the bathrooms as their own mini drug den.
But mostly he saw the bad side of human nature- people acting like pigs and assuming convenience stores are at their disposal, folks treating convenience store stock like trash, and the lottery zombies who scratched the day (and their money) away.