See how kind you are, Otisserie.Otisserie wrote:Greeters has shift leads and supervisors, and I wouldn't feel at all bad about clueing them in on [the overly physical greeter]'s behavior. it's as simple as saying "hey, this guy seems to be getting really creepy and inappropriate with people, could you keep an eye on him?"
Having looked like a Playboy Bunny since the age of 12 1/2, i have become drastically less tolerant of this kind of behaviour.
I find that carefully gripping the perp by the throat and saying clearly "You don't grope my tits, i don't don't crush your windpipe, now keep your fucking hands off" is wonderfully effective.
Fucking brilliant, yes, i totally agree.clerkkent wrote:After previous years, I really wanted to option of having an express lane at the greeters station; I've done all the virgin welcoming activities, and I don't want to idle needlessly in the queue. How about a fast lane where the greeter says "Welcome! Here's your guide! Have fun and be safe!".
Kinda like having an employees lane at the security check at the airport. :nodding
Greeters, taken as a category, are the bomb, and deserve lots of love!