A few days ago, I parked my bike in front of several parts shops to buy a bike part. There was a parts shop in front where the shopkeeper was sitting on the phone looking at something. When he saw me, he started saying – what do you need, brother, come. There was another shop nearby, but the shopkeeper didn’t call me or even look at me because it was so crowded.
So, after hearing the call from the empty shopkeeper, I went to his shop. I said the name of the parts. When he heard the name of the parts from me, he held the phone to his ear and started talking on the phone. Once again I asked him whether the parts are there. At first, he cared so much, but now he didn’t even care about me.
I understood that the parts are not in his shop. Since I no longer have his business, he ignored me like this. Later, I was forced to enter the crowded shop next to it. Asking the shopkeeper about the parts, he politely said, even in the crowd, that the parts are not available in his shop. Along with that, he also showed the parts that can be found in the shop next door. I went there and got the parts.
I couldn’t understand why people were flocking to that shop leaving an empty shop next to it.
Anyway, I went to buy a Facewash today. Entering the market, I was looking for the most crowded shop. I found such a shop and bought the facewash from there.