Ok, first of all, where do people find such shitty techno music?
Actually Target would be a great place for that. All you need is a pair of khaki's and a red polo. That's an incredibly good idea, even for a shopper. You could just ask for people to get out of the way and they'll move for you thinking you work there.It would also be fun to buy a bunch of the doorbuster deals and return them right after the sales end.
I'll probably pick up some store phones while I'm there and talk to customers.
It would also be fun to buy a bunch of the doorbuster deals and return them right after the sales end.
Ok, first of all, where do people find such shitty techno music? Second, why do people feel the need to share the shitty music with everyone else? And why do they have to mix it so loud into their clips that you can barely, if at all, hear their cock muffled speaking?On another note, I did something similar to this, but we ordered pizzas to a room number 1 over what actually existed. Several pizza guys found the room number it should have been next to, but circled the area several times trying to find that next number. At one point two pizza guys walked right passed each other looking for the room. Good times.
Right after I quit @ Office Max, I came back in my khakis, blue polo, and walkie-talkie ready to wreck havok. I forgot that nobody shops at Office Max, though, and there were only like a 4:1 customer:employee ratio. My co-workers caught on right away and kicked me out. I did, however, get to have fun on the radio outside the store. Since they do layout the morning of (or night before) the sale, most people aren't sure where anything is located. Using a standard walkie-talkie, it's very easy to get employees asking their manager where a certain doorbuster item is located to lead customers all over the store in a wild goose chase, forcing them to leave in frustration. I've also done this at Best Buy and at Target, but the results were more memorable at Office Max (the store was small enough that I could see the hilarity unfolding).