ANYWAY, so I'm on register Wednesday night and I am checking this woman out and she spends a little more than $60 on clothes for herself, so I give her $30 in Super C-A-S-H. I'm finishing up her transaction and just about to explain the coupons to her when she very rudely says "Wait, what are those?" (referring to the coupons). And I reply, "These are your Super C-A-S-H coupons. You've earned $30 today and they are redeemable August 25-29!"
"Do I need to spend anything in order to use them?" she asks.
"Yes, actually, you can use both at the same time, so you can get $60 worth of stuff for only $30!"
"Well, that's stupid. I don't want those."
"Oh...are you sure...?"
"Yeah, coupons just...defeat the purpose of shopping."
So, yeah, then she leaves. And I was so baffled. Like, what? Coupons defeat the purpose of shopping? Coupons make shopping BETTER! And these specific coupons are actually really great. So whatever, her loss!