So one of the behind the counter items we sell at the pharmacy are insulin syringes. I would say maybe 5% of those sales are actually for insulin use. The rest is for, well, if you haven’t guessed by now drugs. For the better part of a week now we have not had a supply available for general sale. For whatever reason the average purchaser of the syringes does not believe us and on average will ask at least in 3 different “are you sure you don’t have any?”. Finally after about the 9th person asks us my partner turns to me and with the most sincere tone “Don’t do drugs.”
I’m sure the novelty of this is going to be lost on most people, but when you have been working in the retail setting as long as both of us it’s the simple things that make you laugh.