Tesco employee shares a joke that customers make at the tills about her. It makes her cringe


Holly Dixon, Tesco worker has shared with us the things she hears while at the tills ’10 times per day’ – even the common jokes customers make about her.

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TikTok – Tesco employees share jokes customers make at the tills

Let’s face the facts: As a nation, it’s pretty bad at small talk with strangers.

Yet, somehow, we keep trying. Even though the odds are against, we know that anyone listening will be feeling embarrassed.

TikTok’s Tesco employee shared with us the most common words customers use to make her cringe when she places their shopping on the conveyor belt.

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Holly Dixon uploaded a video where she shared some of her favorite things. “at least 10 times each shift”While at Tesco, I was able to see all the cringeworthy items while working in the tills. “joke”People always make a fuss when an item won’t scan.

This clip was uploaded to her @hollydixon2112account, she said that the first thing she hears each day is customers telling them they “only came in for one thing”Despite having what appears to be “the whole shop”Keep it in your bag.

Next came the classic joke. “Oh, it’s not scanning? It must be free!”

Holly, who was unimpressed, simply added text to the video: “Absolutely not.”

The employee stated that she doesn’t like customers who tell her she loves them. “looks bored”Describe what they are going to do. “give her something to do”By choosing her till to their shopping.

She stated that: “I was happy chilling and counting down the minutes until I finish.”

Commenters shared their stories of working in supermarkets, as well as other phrases that customers use at work.

One person said: “I get asked if I’m worried about losing my job if they use the self-service till.”

Another added: “Or they ask for a lottery ticket and then go ‘the winning one would be good’ when you ask what one they want.”

Others admitted that they have used the common phrases at least once. One user posted: “I hold my hand up that I’m probably one of these people that say these things.”

Holly may poke fun at customers while she works in Tesco but she defends her job in the comments after someone suggested it. “time for a job change”As she stated: “I love my job.”

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