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Nails on a chalkboard

Does anyone else constantly hear phrases from their employer or customers that are so triggering that it’s like nails on a chalkboard or two forks being pulled apart?

Even though it’s been a couple of years since I’ve heard it, it still makes my skin crawl.

For me, my employer would constantly say, “it’s a good news story” anytime they delivered bad news.

…and not something the customer would say, but rather something that the customer would do/not do. Far too frequently, customers (men especially) would go to the bathroom while they were on the phone. I get it, the wait times are long and you can no longer hold it, but at least have the decency to put me on mute while you tinkle. The worse however was when they wouldn’t wash their hands after. …WE CAN HEAR YOU…. Ugh!

Shudder!

What do you think?

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