There are things at Old Navy that only bother me because they happen so often.
Here's an example: Every time there is a transaction using a debit or credit card, I have to tell people to slide their card again because they never wait long enough for it to load. This is a perfectly understandable mistake to make, especially because so many card readers (like the ones at Meijer, for instance) allow you to slide your card at the beginning of the transaction. Ours just don't work like that, and while I don't blame people for not knowing, it gets SO annoying to have to say it over and over.
Number two: Getting interrupted when I offer the Old Navy Card. I have a set thing that I say. Here it is. "Do you have an Old Navy card with us?" (They answer yes, it stops there. They answer no:) "I can save you 10% today if you're approved for one, it takes less than a minute and you'll start earning 5% back on every purchase you make with us!" That is not a long thing to say at all. Like seriously, just let me say the whole thing. You're not saving my breath by stopping me, because if you interrupt me in the middle of the sentence, I'm going to sigh heavily. Also, I WILL be rude to you for the rest of the transaction if you interrupt me. If you say no after listening to my sentence proposition, I will still be perfectly polite. But interrupting is just rude, okay?