It’s the most important piece of gear in your life, right?
You might be the first one to notice, but you probably won’t be the last.
It’s not the most expensive piece of equipment, it’s the easiest to use, and you can find a great deal of great gear at many major retailers.
It also comes in a variety of different sizes, which is good news if you’re shopping for a dress shirt, for example.
But what if you don’t have the time to buy all of these different sizes?
In that case, you can always order a different size in the future.
That’s what happened to a few customers in a German supermarket.
It was around the time when the German Federal Statistical Office announced that the economy was on the verge of an unprecedented recession, and that people were having trouble making ends meet.
In other words, the economy had been falling in the wake of a recession that had already taken place for nearly three years.
At the same time, many people were struggling with their finances, and were looking for ways to reduce their expenses.
They were especially looking for better-quality clothing, because those are things that cost more than what you might expect.
“I was really confused,” one man told the news agency dpa.
“It’s hard to find cheap clothes, especially in Germany, and I was looking for a good-quality pair of trousers and shirts.”
The man went on to say that he wanted to buy some jeans but the store staff were not interested.
“They said I can only get a fedepacket for $150,” the man continued.
“And that was not enough to cover the $150.”
So he decided to order some clothes from a discount store and order some of them himself.
He also ordered some of the cheapest clothes from another discount store.
The man noticed that the store had a special deal on clothes, and asked what that deal was.
“Just a dress,” the store assistant replied.
“What’s that?” the man asked.
The assistant said that the dress was a fedeepacket, which it is worth around $150.
The sales assistant then explained to the man that he was lucky that he had found a discount on the item.
“Because the dress is just $150 and it was just a discount, you don,t need to worry about it,” the sales assistant said.
“You don’t need to think about it at all.”
The sales associate added that they would also send the man a receipt for the dress, which he would have to hand over.
But the man wasn’t so lucky.
“That’s why I asked again,” the salesman said.
The salesman told the man he would need to pay $15 for the clothes.
The sale assistant continued to explain that he would send the customer a receipt, but it would have him pay another $15.
“If I just pay you the full amount, I don’t care,” the sale assistant said, “you will be paying me $15 and you won’t even be paying that much!”
The man, in his disbelief, asked if he could pay less.
“No, you will pay me less,” the Sales Assistant replied.
The Sales Assistant then told the customer that the customer could pay the difference by sending him a photo of the receipt.
“Thank you very much for looking after my business,” the customer replied.
So, the customer sent a photo, and the sales associate sent him a receipt.
The customer then sent a letter to the sales office.
“Sorry, we can’t pay this,” the letter read.
“The customer paid you the $15 price for the items, but he is not satisfied with the price.
You must send him a refund.”
The customer called the sales staff.
He told them about the receipt and the $20 he paid for the products, and they asked the customer to send them a photo to prove that the money had been properly credited to his account.
“Can you send me the receipt?” the customer asked.
“Yes, we’ll send it to you as soon as possible,” the staff replied.
But instead of returning the photo, the employee told the customers that the receipt was useless.
“There’s nothing in this receipt that says anything,” the employee said.
He then sent the customers an email.
“Dear Customer, We apologize for the inconvenience, but unfortunately, this receipt is useless,” the email read.
The staff then said that they couldn’t pay the $16, which they had already paid for.
The manager, who is in charge of the sales department at the supermarket, then asked the sales representative if he had any more questions.
“Do you have a photo?” the manager asked.
When the sales person said “no,” the manager then asked, “If we don’t get the receipt back from the customer, do you have any photos?”
“No,” the clerk replied. And then