She was in her sixties and had a husband with her who was very quiet. She was not quiet at all. She galumphed about yelling.
WHERE IS THE PEPPER? HEY, YOU GOTTA TELL ME. HORSE COCK! I WANT PEPPER, LIKE RAW PEPPER, LIKE YOU GRIND. NOT CHILI PEPPERS. YOU SILLY GOOSE! YOU'RE ALL WRONG! WRONG! YOU GUYS DON'T HAVE PEPPER? YOU GOTTA HAVE PEPPER. WHAT THE FUCK. SOMEONE HERE HAS TO SPEAK ENGLISH, HEY DO YOU?
I told her that the pepper was around the corner in the aisle that said "Spices."
THANK YOU SO DAMN MUCH. SOMEONE HERE IS WILLING AND ABLE. GOD BLESS YOU. THANK YOU.
She ambled off with husband in tow. Didn't get far before she started galumphing and yelling. About ten feet from the spice aisle she was broadcasting again.
THIS IS RIDICULOUS. WE'RE GOING TO FORGET WHY WE CAME AND JUST LEAVE OR SOMETHING. COME ON, WHERE ARE WE GOING, WHAT ARE WE DOING? PEPPER, YOU KNOW. HEY DO YOU KNOW WHERE I CAN GET JUST RAW PEPPER, BLACK.
She was pointed to the spice aisle several more times (twice by me) and eventually achieved her goal.
In the checkout line more trouble awaited her.
SIX DOLLARS AND SEVENTY CENTS? YOU ARE KIDDING ME. I CAN AFFORD IT BUT I WON'T PAY IT. I AM GOING TO HAVE TO REMOVE SOME THINGS. YOU ARE A KIDDER, YOU'RE A SCAMMER. YOU ARE SCAMMING ME, RIGHT?
The cashier grinned and said "Nope. It's just the price, look there."
After a few more trips around the catch phrases she paid and toddled out with quiet husband still in tow.
The funny thing about her was that despite the yelling and grousing and disorientation and more yelling and occasional insults, she was clearly not only harmless but cheerful, and obviously thought of herself as friendly. The funnier thing was that everyone seemed to grasp this and no one was mad at her. In fact, she left friendly smiles in her wake the whole way.