agreed. it's unnerving and intimidating and annoying. i dont care if it's for clothes or food- i feel like salespeople judge. and i KNOW they HHAAAVE to go out of their way to be unnerving- that they're just doing their jobs... but oy.
Just wait until you arrive here in Utah- it's completely opposite than New York. The people here are generally very nice- just don't drive. Then you see Utahs ugly side. Road rage!
it's awkward when they ask; but it's bad if they don't in my opinion also!
Israeli culture is the opposite. All the cashiers here consciously ignore you, as if you owe them a huge favor. Now when I visit America and someone offers to help me, I just blink for about 5 minutes.
I like the Midwest for this.I like to think we're pleasant but we'll generally leave you to your business.
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