It's funny to hear the reactions of my coworkers to any number of stimuli.
One employee looked at an AR and remarked that there should be a waiting period on it like WA has on handguns. I told him that I figured there should be an IQ test for general existence. He didn't seem to notice that I was directing the comment not toward customers, but him.
A political discussion somehow began, and I made a comment about being a libertarian. A fellow employee made a comment about how libertarians want to control people. I was too busy with other stuff to give him a basic political lesson...so I just kind of outlined the simplest basics.
Another employee (a very nice guy, mind you) is under the mistaken impression that you can't open carry with a round in the chamber. No matter how much I show him about the law, which he seems eager to look at, he keeps returning to his mistaken belief.
On a more directly work-related note, I also have at least a couple coworkers who'll try to pawn off customers on me because it's "10 minutes to quitting time." They don't appreciate it when I refuse to take over until they actually have to quit. You see, I'm also doing things, and I generally end up stuck at the counter until AFTER my quitting time. All I ask is that you do whatever you can do to help the customer, then quit at your assigned quitting time, not in time to have a smoke or two before you clock out.
Oh, also, not being a manager means that my coworkers should not clear things through me, be they breaks, price negotiations, or procedural issues. I know that there's nothing I can do to stop this, but it's annoying. If I got the manager pay and perks, I'd have no problem with it. I don't, so I'll whine about it, but still answer your questions and okay your breaks. So this one's just because I'm stupid enough to let it happen.