i'm clueless

lonewolf678's picture

so today i went to a thrift store to browse around. i found this little travel guitar for $9.00 which i thought was overpriced. when i got to the counter to pay i asked why it was so overpriced considering the: no brand name, small size, awful strings, and dirtyness, and i got no answer. i felt so embaressed that i didn't take a second language, spanish inparticular. just because the area i live in is primarily hispanic, including me, doesn't mean i know spanish. there was no other person around to help so i forked over the money and bought it. i do want to learn spanish but i don't have the time. and i just think that if someone is going work the counter they should be required to know both english and spanish, at least two languages. it just makes me wonder if i'm already behind in communicating skills, probably since my business communications class was only one semester and all i did was take notes and use them on the tests.


cheese's picture

aw sorry for the whole not

aw sorry for the whole not being able to speak spanish thing :\
if it helps, my stepdad is hispanic and cant speak spanish either ^^
my grandparents taught me :) even though i dont like speaking it that much :P.

"i remember when you and me, how we used to be such good friends. wouldnt give me none, when all i wanted was some..."-jack johnson

lonewolf678's picture

thank you

i appreciate your sympathy. ahh, you're so lucky to know one of the romantic languages...