|3.||Barnes and Noble|
1: Satan's asshole, usually only to employees.
2: A place for insane individuals with foot fetishes and drooling problems to congregate.
3: A store that quickly turns genuinely nice employees into miserable bastards due to horrible pay, horrible management, and that god awful "do you have a membership?" question.
4: Evidently a library since, more often than not, customers don't actually BUY books.
"Excuse me, how do I borrow books?"
"You don't. This is Barnes and Noble. Go to the library down the block."
"Where's your manager?"
"That's a good question. I haven't seen them myself for the past 4 hours."
"I really like feet. What would I have to do to get you to show me your feet??!"
|1.||Barnes and Noble|
A soul-sucking corporate bookstore. Employees are nice, to an extent, but the higher you go in the company, the less smiles.
1. Always bug you to buy a Member Discount Card.
2. Walk you to every book.
They have a large selection of books, but only on certain subjects. Their website has a far better range of books. Their largest competetor is Borders. CD's and DVD's are overpriced.
Excuse me, can you help me find a book. It was on that table and it had a blue cover.
'Do you have a Barnes and Noble Member Card?'
|2.||Barnes and Noble|
A store that sells over priced books, And gives its self all the credit for wide spread reading in america in the 20th century, in its employee manual.
Whats a library? is that like a barnes and noble?
|4.||Barnes and Noble|
Synonymous with the action of dropping a deuce due to the fact that the Barnes and Noble bathrooms are so well kept up that the famed bookstore is the place to go if one ever needs to pinch a loaf in public.
I shouldn't have had White Castle last night; I really have to drop a Barnes and Noble.