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female Desperate shop assistant/checkout worker/cashier sightings


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I have to say though I don’t know how you would have managed to work effectively with someone like Helen there who every day is holding to such extreme lengths! She sounds like a dream and you are so lucky to have enjoyed that time with her. Did she ever give in and go in work or hold out every single day despite how swollen her bladder was? I bet you’d have loved to have socialised with her and seen how she coped when drinking socially whether she still refused to use public toilets or alcohol freed her inhibitions and she went freely

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6 hours ago, New_Macca said:

I have to say though I don’t know how you would have managed to work effectively with someone like Helen there who every day is holding to such extreme lengths! She sounds like a dream and you are so lucky to have enjoyed that time with her. Did she ever give in and go in work or hold out every single day despite how swollen her bladder was? I bet you’d have loved to have socialised with her and seen how she coped when drinking socially whether she still refused to use public toilets or alcohol freed her inhibitions and she went freely

I think there were only a couple of occasions where she was so desperate to go that she could no longer hide her need from customers and had no choice but to give in and go for a wee. I have a memory of watching her literally running through the store to the toilets one day at closing time, her lovely bum jiggling in her tight trousers, after telling our supervisor that if there would be a puddle on the floor if she tried to wait any longer! 

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7 hours ago, New_Macca said:

I have to say though I don’t know how you would have managed to work effectively with someone like Helen there who every day is holding to such extreme lengths! She sounds like a dream and you are so lucky to have enjoyed that time with her. Did she ever give in and go in work or hold out every single day despite how swollen her bladder was? I bet you’d have loved to have socialised with her and seen how she coped when drinking socially whether she still refused to use public toilets or alcohol freed her inhibitions and she went freely

I totally agree with you, Helen would be a dream.

 Very slim  and  sporty and she don’t pee all her shift long.

To know that she did not wee for so long and to see her usual flat belly swollen from her overfilled bladder, would be total arousing.

I would love to talk her to a drink or to a dinner after her shift!

Could she wait for peeing until she gets home, could she hold it that long?

I would love to try it!

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7 hours ago, Despguy123 said:

I think there were only a couple of occasions where she was so desperate to go that she could no longer hide her need from customers and had no choice but to give in and go for a wee. I have a memory of watching her literally running through the store to the toilets one day at closing time, her lovely bum jiggling in her tight trousers, after telling our supervisor that if there would be a puddle on the floor if she tried to wait any longer! 

Wow that sounds absolutely amazing especially if made it until closing time when customers went so she only had journey home to last but simply couldn’t do it! She really must know her limit from experience to feel it tip to a point she just couldn’t wait.. I wonder if she had leaked?

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Just remembered another cashier who was desperate! 
this happened after university one day when I was driving home. I had been talking to some friends in the car park and then got into my car. It was already getting dark so I out my lights on and as I reversed out my friend tapped my window to say one of my back lights wasn’t working. So on the way home I pulled into a local car parts place that was close to closing for the day. 
The guy at the counter was in his mid to late thirties, well built and rugged. I told him what I wanted but to find the part I had to return to my car to get the registration so he could get the right bulbs I needed. I did notice he seemed restless as he walked around the open store area behind him searching for the part but then he found it and rang up the till. 
it was then I had to ask for help because I honestly had no idea how to access my lights to change the bulb. He sighed a little and seemed to be flustered but agreed to help me though he said he was the only one in the shop so I would need to keep an eye out for any customers. 
Outside at my car I now guessed why he was flustered as he set about fixing my headlight while moving around an awful lot! I even commented that it was cold etc but he openly smiled at me and very straightforwardly replied ‘nah I just haven’t had a chance for a break and I need a loo break rather a lot.’ 
I got to enjoy watching him squirm as he changed my bulb for me but I did pay him for the job and as he ran back in at the end he pulled the shutter half down and I assume he ran to the toilet! I do wonder how long he’d been needing to go before I arrived. 

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I hope no one minds me adding this one. Unfortunately, although I was in the vicinity I actually missed witnessing it. I heard the whole story when my wife related it to our daughter in law later. It happened about an year ago.

 Granddaughter had a day off school. Her dad was at work, so her mum decided that, as it was a bright, frosty morning, we should take the children on a woodland walk. We headed for a small place which was once a farm but is now an antique shop, bookshop and small café and also has a few walks centred on it.
We went our walk and then wife, daughter in law and granddaughter had a look through the various shop buildings. It was very quiet and we seemed to be the only people there. There were notices up stating that in the event of anyone wanting to buy something that they should pay in the coffee shop if other areas were unattended - all very refreshingly trusting, I thought!
Any way the ladies looked around and granddaughter selected a few hand made decorations for the Christmas tree. Her granny of course agreed to buy them for her, so we headed for the coffee shop. It was very small, but there was nobody else there so we decided to have coffee and cake and it was arranged that we would pay for the other items along with our coffee. The system was that you ordered your drink and it was taken to your table then you paid when you had finished, so we ordered and sat down.
There was only one, middle aged lady working at the counter and I didn’t see anyone else before we went through for a seat. We had our coffee and cake and I took our grandson out for a wander about the courtyard whilst his mum took the buggy and granddaughter off to look at something else whilst my wife went to pay. 
Now the rest of this story is as it was told  by my wife to my daughter in law and I am still kicking myself for missing out on what happened! 
When she went to the counter to pay there was a man there being served. He was apparently very chatty and spoke to my wife as well as to the serving lady. On hearing my wife’s accent he started trying to guess where she came from and it took him several goes before he got it right. While all this was happening, my wife had noticed the woman behind the counter appear to become increasingly restless and fidgety. She said that she also looked a bit flushed in the face and kept looking through a door to the back of the building.
The man eventually stopped chatting and paid for whatever goods he had bought and left. My wife then went to the counter to pay. At this point she noticed the woman was gripping the back edge of the counter with both hands and was standing strangely, with her legs squeezed together and bent slightly at the knees. When my wife said that she was ready to pay the woman said “Sorry I’ll be okay in a bit. Just let me stand here for a moment or two or I’ll pee myself!”
My wife could hardly believe that the woman had just said that but tried to hide her alarm and told her that it was okay and there was no hurry. The woman then suddenly grabbed herself between the legs, muttered “Sorry, I’ll be right back” and disappeared through a door at the back of the shop. 
After a minute or two the woman came  back looking much more relaxed. As she was serving my wife she then told her “Sorry about that, but I was desperate! I thought that man would never stop talking! When I got there I didn’t even have time to take my apron off, or I would have wet my knickers!”
That was all that was said about the matter and my wife paid up and came back out to join us. It was as we were walking back to the car I overheard her telling daughter in law about it and I immediately wished I had staying inside to witness the show. 

 

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On 11/6/2020 at 9:56 PM, Mbgpeelover said:

I hope @Despguy123 doesn’t mind but I thought I would share some of my own sightings of desperate cashiers too. 

I don't mind at all, I always love reading about your sightings! 

2 hours ago, stinklerus said:

It was as we were walking back to the car I overheard her telling daughter in law about it and I immediately wished I had staying inside to witness the show. 

That was a great sighting! Its a shame that you didn't get to witness it yourself, but if you had gone with your wife to the till, the cashier may not have been so candid about her predicament. 

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10 hours ago, stinklerus said:

I hope no one minds me adding this one. Unfortunately, although I was in the vicinity I actually missed witnessing it. I heard the whole story when my wife related it to our daughter in law later. It happened about an year ago.

Absolutely fantastic sighting, shame you missed it yourself,  however those sort of incidents reported by a third party always seem to have a special significance to me: i.e. it made such a dramatic impression that the event was deemed important enough to be retold. I think you are probably right, though, your presence may have stopped the woman being so frank.

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This wasn't a sighting per say but I happened to end up being a counter assistant bursting for a wee today! I'd just come off lunch and just before I could get to loo I was called to help on the counter. I was already about 7/10 just after lunch since I have drank 3 bottles of water through out the day, and it was 4 hours later before I got the chance to dash to the loos. How I kept my composure is beyond me!

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These are some amazing stories. Very well written up too. My job requires me and my coworkers to be moving around constantly so I don't usually get to see their desperation. The girls do usually tell me when they have to pee as they hurry past to go to the restroom. No one knows about my fetish, but it does make me happy they tell me. I often tell the "thanks for letting me know" but they think I'm being sarcastic.

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