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Source: tnt

Rude Customer Flips out After Seeing Booked Manicurist Shopping for Groceries


In this day and age, having multiple grinds is the key to survival and a hope of having any savings. While millennials get a bad rap for being lazy, it turns out, the opposite is true; this generation is working harder than boomers by a long shot.

#RespectingTheGrind is a popular sentiment among folks these days, almost to the point that going out to shop for necessities, like toiletries and food, can seem like a miniature vacation. This is especially true if you have kids — all the parents reading this know exactly what I'm talking about.

However, it is possible for someone to grind too hard, and striking a work-life balance is important. But not if you ask this one customer who direly wanted to book a nail appointment.

She felt her desire for fly phalanges was so important, her preferred manicurist should be at her beck and call. While the customer service industry operates on the fairly simplified principle that "the customer is always right," this entitled woman seems to have taken that motto a bit too far. Just take a look at this crazy exchange between the two of them.