She told me that she was looking for an edible and I told her that we really didn’t have any edibles that were strange specific.
I have been working at the Lowell, MI marijuana store for the past 10 months. Every day we have customers that trickle through the door when there is only a couple of minutes left before close. Nobody seems to mind when people come waltzing through the door 5 minutes before close, but I think it shows very little consideration for the people that are working in the dispensary. If the store closes at 10:00 p.m. and you don’t know what you want, then you shouldn’t come in there at 9:55. I should be able to go home when my shift is over instead of waiting for last minute customers to make up their minds. A couple of days ago I was working on the night shift and a medical marijuana customer came into the store. She was specifically looking for an Indica product. I showed her all of the Indica flower that we had available and I also pointed out some of the Indica concentrates. She told me that she was looking for an edible and I told her that we really didn’t have any edibles that were strange specific. We had some edibles that were made for night time, but they were not marked as an indica, sativa, or hybrid. It took the lady nearly 20 minutes to figure out what she wanted to get after I told her that we didn’t have strange specific edibles. If the person would have looked at the online menu before coming to the store, she would have known what we had in stock and what our hours were. I hate having to stay late when customers are aggravating.