Christina Dugger Norman comments

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I live in the U.S, and I work at a grocery store. When I check customers out, I do not just speak a specific script. I genuinely talk to my customers and make them feel welcome, ask about their day, and hold a short conversation, all while I am checking out their groceries. I can usually have a customer done in a few short minutes, including counting back the change to them (large bills on the bottom), change in the palm of their hand, and give them the receipt if they want. My customers usually leave happier than they were when they came in. I have had a bunch of experiences in the past where my cashier was not so courteous here in the U. S. also. Not all stores here are the same just as not all stores in Japan are the same. I would definitely like to experience shopping in Japan though!

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