Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Seats for the elderly

Provide seats for elderly customers
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How often have you seen an OAP standing on a stick in a checkout queue for 10 minutes or more. Why not provide them with a seat so that they can rest their legs and receive greater customer satisfaction.
tarby, Jan 24 2002

OAP can bring their own seat. http://www.fashiona....com/Seat_Cane.html
Seat Cane is the search term [popbottle, Jun 01 2014]


       OAP? Even something like a little stool with wheels would help.
StarChaser, Jan 25 2002

       OAP="Old Age Pensioner", British.   

       So how do they mark their place in the queue? Does the chair have wheels? Or do you just switch to calling numbers?   

       I sat in a long queue once, on a bench. Every time someone was being served, we'd all slide forward one seat; at the end of the bench, someone would advance from one bench to the next. It was weird.
jutta, Jan 26 2002

       Don't look at me, it wasn't my idea...That does look like what I had in mind, though.
StarChaser, Jan 27 2002

       StarChaser does not need a chair in a shop. He's in and out before you can say Halley's Comet
po, Jan 27 2002

       Time travel - I won't even get here for another two years. I'm going to need something to sit on.
normzone, Jun 05 2014

       I fear the elderly's courtesy seats would be quickly pulverized by young, vibrant, lazy obesetrosities.
ShaneSezWhat, Jun 06 2014


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