During high school and my first year in college I worked as a cashier in a large discount drug store called Phar-Mor. (Think: contents of a CVS or Rite Aid in the size of a Wal-Mart.) I quickly learned one thing:
While walking to the back of the store while on break, always take off your red Phar-Mor vest.
The reason? If I didn't, inevitably I'd be stopped by a customer and asked the location of random merchandise that I wouldn't know. Where do you have your door stoppers? What about wooden clothespins -- not the kind that you pinch with the metal coil, but the kind that is one piece? A Neti-Pot? How about an orthopedic occupational wrist support?
Suffice to say, I would have been a mess if I had faced these guys: