“I don’t know about you, but most of my exchanges with cashiers are not that meaningful.”–Jeff Bezos
1. The to-do that occurs at a grocery checkout counter when a clueless customer or cashier can’t deal with expired coupons.
2. The irritation of being stuck on line behind such an occurrence
(Related word: Scanfusion, noun,–a similar annoyance when a product’s UPC code won’t scan)
This calls to mind my late step-mother’s infatuation with restaurant coupons. She just wouldn’t go out to eat without a coupon for some sort of discount. I once observed that if the eatery was giving away free food, she still wouldn’t go if she didn’t have a coupon. She didn’t disagree.
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