My aunt is a cashier at a local grocery store. Today, there were 3 orchids for sale in the store, next to her. A woman wants to buy them because her husband won't buy her flowers. She asks the price. My aunt rings it and says it's 9.90. She finds it cheap and buys all 3 for 9.90 each.
After she leaves, my aunt's boss (or whatever he is) comes over and starts yelling at her. Why? The flowers' real price was 40 each. Is that what the cash register said? No. Is it the fault of whoever priced the flowers incorrectly? Yes. But somehow, my aunt was supposed to magically guess and tell the customer the real price!
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That is the fault of whoever labeled the plants. Your aunt was simply doing her job, who is she to wait up the line to double check the price for everything. And her boss is an ass, who yells at a grown ass woman in front off other-over something like that. And also, that person is a coward for putting the blame on someone lower in rank than him instead of finding out who really messed up the price.1