In preparation for my cosplay for Anime Revolution, I decided to go to Richmond Centre in search of a red double-breasted blazer, while paying a visit to its newly-renovated food court.
In approximately 2 hours, I walked through the entire mall and been in and out of ~95% of all its clothing stores. No luck in finding a red blazer. But hey, the food court was still worth a visit.
As I've been dying to try froshberg gelato since seeing photos on Facebook, I decided that that would just my first stop.
Removing the camera from the chocolate- and caramel-sauce-drizzled masterpiece briefly to check how the photo had come out, I heard a "Ahh finally!", followed by an "OH MY GOD. Not again." when I lifted my camera back up.
I didn't end up ordering any gelato.
But truthfully, I was more than just a tad annoyed upon hearing this guy's comments. I mean, if I already PAID for my food, I should be allowed to take as many photos of it as I wish. It wasn't even like I was only taking photos and not purchasing anything. So excuse me, but WHO IN THE WORLD has the right to tell me that I'm taking too many pictures when I ALREADY BOUGHT SOMETHING from you. Once the money has been exchanged for the product, it has become something in my possession. And if I choose to spend 3 hours of my day solely taking photos of it, then that's MY choice. Who are you to tell me that I SHOULDN'T be taking pictures?! HUH?!?!?!
So yes, that was basically my main reason for not purchasing any gelato for myself. I'd rather buy from pinkberry for my ice cream/gelato/frozen yogurt fix than to allow someone as rude as you to get commission for something I buy from you.
Sorry sir, but you just lost a customer with those rude and unnecessary remarks.
And here's the guy photobombing my gelato and menu shot: