Because patronising signage is the key to customer satisfaction

11 January 2010

The difference between consumer satisfaction and the lack of dissatisfaction is too great for some businesses to comprehend. Peel off the sticker it'll still only do what people expect it to do:

Bitterwallet - this is the door you've been waiting for

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  • Shopdis F.
    It does what it says on the tin.
  • Frogman
    It's not as simple as it looks...most shops & offices in the UK have front doors that you have to PUSH not PULL.
  • Paul S.
    Ealing Broadway Station?
  • Nobby
    > It’s not as simple as it looks…most shops & offices in the UK have front doors that you have to PUSH not PULL. It depends whether you are inside or out.
  • LB33
    Jesus H., yet more tripe from Bitterwallet... It's a power-assisted automatic door that operates when you pull the handle, how is it in anyway patronising? "How dare they make use of an automatic door, are they implying all us customers are fat lazy slobs?!"
  • Mick
    Pull, what? I think the instructions could be much clearer for the minority with low intellect. There could be a huge queue of customers unable to enter the premises pulling each others legs.
  • Deepz
    The funny thing is, it looks like you actually need to push to get in (just my opinon based on the positioning of door in comparison to the frame in the photo)
  • Johnny F.
    Better than patronising tripe masquerading as blog articles, eh Bitterwallet?
  • charitynjw
    Beware of these signs! One of the assistants had a sign on her shirt which stated 'PAT'. I was arrested!!

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