Yeah. Bonkers. (via FaveJet)
@paulpod More purple in the women’s too. There was an assistant to explain the layout. Presumably more attractive than actual signs.
@spaceboy Baffling isn’t it.
@dracos I wonder if there are any sales per *cubic* foot measurements…
Sales assistants in the West End’s flashy flagship stores can give the phrase “I work in marketing” a remarkably literal spin.
“Phil Gyford’s Chart Of Modern Retail Experiences In Order of Time-To-Meldrew”
@gwire I’ve nearly been reduced to shouting “I WANT TO BUY SOMETHING!” in the hope that it’s allowed.
Still, by the end of the week the Tories will have mandated all UK shops must be like ‘Are You Being Served?’ or ‘Open All Hours’.
Let’s not even start on the Apple Stores.
In the Arc’teryx store you can only tell one floor is women’s and one is men’s if you can discern this season’s colours for each gender.
You can order Nike ID shoes in a Nike store, but they don’t have different sizes for you to try on. I don’t understand modern retail.
'I'm your doctor. I didn't study medicine, but I was born within the sound of Bow bells' #cartoon
Yahoo is like the United Kingdom of internet companies.