But that doesn't work the other way.
We have a patient, Michael, that just doesn't stop with the personal questions of me and the other pharmacy staff. Here's some gems he's asked lately...
To one tech, not married, with a 7-year-old son... "So, does your baby daddy give you money to raise your son?"
To the pharmacy manager... "Where do you live? How much is your home worth?" and "Do you take Viagra?"
To another tech... "I see you have a tattoo. Do you have other tattoos you can't show me?"
To me, "How old are you?" and "Do you have high blood pressure?" and "Do you take Viagra?"
None of these questions asked to any of us are any of his business. But here's the rock and the hard place: You can't just tell a guy like this off without repercussions at Goofmart Pharmacy. The company is so overly concerned about not offending any customers that slapping this guy down (even as gently as possible) could generate negative feedback. The Authorities could care less what the topic would be... they would only care that a complaint was made.
So for now we endure the interrogation with various methods of avoidance. Every time he approaches the pharmacy everyone scrambles to find something "really important" to do because no one wants to help him. And yet I feel like one of these days he's going to ask something way to personal and I'm going to lose my temper and...
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