Everyone has their breaking point, and unfortunately these emotionally torn and frayed adults found it. Nothing more overflowing with cringe than when an adult reverts to a childlike state of volatile emotional/verbal toxicity with the self-control and awareness found in that of an impatient toddler who didn't get the damn toy in the Happy Meal.
This Jiffy Lube employee learned a swift and very necessary lesson in respecting a woman's boundaries, after using her private contact information to make a pass at her. His response tells us all we need to know about whether or not he's going to pull a slippery move like that again.
Sweet, could be a stretch here, but the point is that this customer service rep. stepped up in a helpful way, when they encountered a dissatisfied customer, who didn't get that good 'ol watermelon rancher they were looking for. And helpfulness is a whole different kind of sweet. Good on them.
We're not sure what kind of person tries to spray paint a four hundred dollar vase, but it makes sense that it's the same kind of person who demands that the store she bought it from pay for her mistake. We're kind of hoping this customer is lying about the whole thing in order to defraud the store, but given the stupid-ass customers we've dealt with in our own lives, she's probably telling the idiotic truth. For a triumphant story of an employee who actually gave an awful customer a piece of their mind, check out this cashier who told off a Karen and lived.