Corner store clerk hates the lazy, too lazy to spell “fucking”

Cover your nether regions, one angry clerk at Pay’n Save (18th and Guererro) is taking his hatred of the lazy to the streets:

Hey I’m not crazy about lazy people either, but I gotta say: corner store clerks aren’t exactly the most shining example of hard workers, unless you count sitting on a folding chair next to a box fan for hours and sighing heavily when someone asks for double-A batteries “working”.

I kid, I kid. Thanks for all the Tecate and coconut juice.

4 Responses to “Corner store clerk hates the lazy, too lazy to spell “fucking””

  1. marco says:

    When these guys saw the success of BiRite, etc. they decided they were like that so they “remodeled” the store with (cheap) shelves, added “Organic” to the (crappy) sign, and jacked up the price of the Haagen-Dazs® ice cream by 20%. And then the sign, which is supposed to be like the hip sign at Faye’s but it’s not just having a sign guys, it’s what you write on it. Whoever writes this sign doesn’t get it and has a very odd sense of “humor.” Nice try guys. Lucky you’re near Dolores Park though where people will pay pretty much anything for a six pack. As a local, I don’t really shop here any more.

  2. Marek says:

    As a lazy drunk I can’t say the sign is their best work, but those guys in that store are super nice to the locals in the neighborhood. They teach me an Arabic word a day in exchange for me teaching them a Polish equivalent. Sure the prices are high but that’s the American way. Even though the neighborhood got swanky, to lend love to capitalism, they do offer me a credit when I am broke and need some smokes or a beer till payday. That store rocks!

    PS, I swear I’ll get you back on Tuesday…

    -M

  3. Shane says:

    I live down the block from these guys and they are the nicest corner store I know of. Bi-Rite can be way too crowded for some basic stuff, so these guys are where I head for some quick basics.

    They stock more and more stuff that locals like and they listen when you wonder why they don’t have a particular item, and then they try to get it in stock.

    They also give me the current Giant’s score quicker than I can pull out my phone or even look up to the sky if the score of a game was regularly updated every 10 seconds via sky writing.

    And personally, I like their off sense of humor on the sign lately. Just pretend it’s the sign talking and not any one of them.

    I’ll go put big googly eyes on it for them to make the point stick.

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