I used to love going to the nail salon. The fact that I couldn't understand what they were saying was rather amusing to me. I never took it personal and have always received good work. Maybe if I went to salons on the regular I would have some higher standards, but when I see women verbally abusing other women who work hard for their living by serving the public, it infuriates me. Who gives you the right to walk into someone's establishment and question where they came from or even why they don't know how to speak English? Here's a newsflash for you: Its hard to find a nail salon where someone speaks English. It is what it is, and I've found that being nice translate well in any language. I do not treat these nail technicians as my servant, I respect the hell out of them for taking care of my feet. Its almost a religious experience with the right tech. Remember when Jesus washed the disciples feet? It was symbolic of humility, of being a willing servant. These people willingly choose to clean that which you aren't willing to clean and take care of yourself. They don't have to take you as a customer, they don't owe you anything but a pleasant experience. Why you would choose to make someone else's life, a story that you have no knowledge of the backstory of, a living hell through your verbal and sometimes even physical assault is unacceptable. I will not back you up. What I will do is ask the technician if I can pay for the service they rendered to you, thus making you a trespasser and subject to arrest. Go back to whatever hole you crawled out of.
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