WORKING a client-facing job means you have to deal with some pretty annoying customers.
And if you work at a grocery store in particular, your whole day involves talking to a variety of people and personalities.
A Texas-based Coca-Cola stocker named Ryan Escobedo has gained hundreds of thousands of likes on his TikTok videos, which he posts to @ryan350z, that showcase the daily struggles of working inside a grocery store.
As for one of the seemingly dumb questions he is presented, he said shoppers often ask him if he works at Walmart, despite his different uniform.
In the clip, he is seen stacking soda cans on the shelves while wearing the signature Coca-Cola uniform: A red collared shirt.
He looked down at his shirt, which sports the Coca-Cola logo, confused. The caption read: “Is it not obvious?”
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In another clip, he shared one of the most frustrating requests he’s gotten:
“A customer really asked for 50 bottles of Coca-Cola,” he said, while loading up a cart with bottle after bottle.
He captioned the clip: “What do you think they wanted them for?”
Ryan also showed how disrespectful people can be when it comes to his art of beautifully displaying soda cans on the shelves.
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In the clip, he said: “People are really this lazy when it comes to putting stuff back where it belongs.”
Ryan showed a six-pack of Coca-Cola sitting on the floor right next to the shelf that holds all the others.
More grocery store employees felt his pain:
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“Can’t stand when they do that,” one person wrote.
“Lol and they do it in front of you,” added another.
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