Seems to me there’s a big difference between selling somebody a dress and similar situations where someone is asked to actually be at and participate in the wedding, as a photographer, for instance.
I would sell anybody a dress, no problem. It’s not my job to ride herd on what they do with it.
The photographer I can understand deciding not to participate.
I would sell anybody a dress, no problem. Its not my job to ride herd on what they do with it.
Similar here. There’s also the issue of not being easily provoked. Should someone writing something on the paper provoke you. Frankly, I have in my work experience have all sorts of wierdos try to provoke me with writing wierd stuff on paper or making some rediculous , and frankly, if enough of them succeeded in provoking , I would have lost my job, and they would have successfully made a fool out of me. However, if one person isn’t satisfied and throws a hissy fit, time to ask security to get them out of there, because that’s where it’s not my problem, and the person’s actions are constituting a legitimate problem.
Again, there’s plenty of times you might wonder why some person asked for tons of junk food, or some wierd set of shoes, or some lipstick at the checkout line, sometimes, the sooner that person leaves the store the better, and just don’t sweat it.