I've had it. I am fed up. I am sick and ****ing tired of clerks and cashiers who feel the need to comment on the appropriateness of what I purchase. I hate it. Unfortunately, I do not have the intimidating appearance or body size that would make people hestitant to voice opinions. Just the reverse. They seem to feel that they can just run off at the mouth over everything I buy. I'm not talking about normal chitchat - these are pointed comments on certain items that I've bought. For instance, I once bought a bunch of a very pricey brand of bacon when it was on sale. Dimwit cashier asked "What to you do with all that bacon" in a tone suggesting she thought the answer was somewhat kinky. WTF? I would have thought it would be obvious ("Freeze it, then eat it. Duh.") Yesterday, it was the Zombie DVD. The guy at Best Buy had to loudly exclaim to the whole store "Zombie, oh COME ON LADY!!" and then reading the back "A GOREHOUND CLASSIC???" Now, this was a bit humorous when it started (granted, I don't look the type to enjoy such fare, but I can assure you I love the zombie genre), but it quickly became old and tiresome. I'm getting pissed off enough now to go back today and complain to the manager. Of course, I know what the solution is, and I resolve to practice it in the future. I have tried to be "nice" in my life, but I've had it. The next innappropriate comment I get will get a nice rude response of "I'm the customer and it's none of your goddamn business." Politeness is a wonderful concept, but people make it so damned hard.