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There should be a shirt: “I survived inventory”

September 28, 2004, 5:56 PM

We at Wal-Mart just finished having inventory. Fun. A company comes in and counts everything we’ve got. Meanwhile, it was slow at the Service Desk, which made things go smoothly.

I’m just glad it’s over. Now things can get back to normal, plus I have a day off. Don’t know what I’m going to do yet – thinking about going out, though. We’ll see.

Web site: RGIS Inventory Service, the company that did our inventory. All this company does is take inventory of everything. I came into work today and there was an army of people in maroon shirts scanning stuff.

Song: Princess Vespa singing "Nobody Knows" in that deep voice from Spaceballs

Quote:
Me: "So you know what the pirate movie was rated?"
Coworker: What?
Me: (in a pirate voice) PG-13!
(You'd expect to be told "ARRRRRR!", so "PG-13" is the punchline)

Categories: Walmart