china_kitty (china_kitty) wrote in bad_service,
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You shouldn't like that because you're a girl!

Again, I received this bad service many years ago.

Okay, I was visiting an anime merchandise store in Richmond, BC, Canada. (Not to be confused with Richmond, VA and this suburb is located just outside of Vancouver.) Having just given some money from my mom to spend, I saw some Dragonball Z t-shirts I liked and decided to buy one for myself. Mind you, back then DBZ was all the rage. So, just as I was about to buy one, this stupid woman who worked in the store walked over and took the shirts away from me. 

She then gave me this sexist remark. "Girls don't like Dragonball. Girls should only like Sailormoon!"

Shocked by her remark, I explained to her that I REALLY like Dragonball and told her that I was going to buy that shirt. She said, "No, you're a girl. You're supposed to like Sailormoon!" and showed me one Sailormoon shirt that I should buy. Even though I am a girl, I am more of a tomboy so I actually don't like the frilly pink stuff that I saw on that T-shirt. I kept telling her that I don't like it and demanded that I want to buy that DBZ shirt instead. Still, she refused to let me buy it just because "I am a girl."

Not wanting to deal with the sexist clerk, I walked away and bought the shirt from another store instead. What's wrong with a girl liking Dragonball anyway? Why does that stupid clerk had to be SO fucking sexist?!?

Ugh. I could imagine the same reaction now if she saw me buying Naruto stuff. (OMG! Boys should only like Naruto!! Girls aren't supposed to like ninjas!) What a sexist bitch!

So, ever met any employees who are sexist?
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