(Noun) One who bridges in respect to mini-marts and corner stores.
Typically gamblers or unwed mothers with little to no control of their many children, bridgers are people who prolong their order, so as to bridge between two rushes.
Rush - Upswing in business.
A typical technique for bridgers is the False End.
False End - Purchasing inital supplies and producing more money for more thing within arm's reach of the register.
Then, there is the Double Take: Asking for something behind the register and then adding something while the clerk has his back turned.
The Gambler's Gambit - Purchasing a scratch ticket, scratch it at the counter while purchasing other scratch tickets, win a one or two on that ticket and repeat the process over again.
I couldn't stock the shelves or brew coffee for an hour, because I had two bridgers to deal with.
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