Study: More Bushwickians Refusing to Even Fucking Bother With Going To Walgreens on Flushing

June 11, 2015 Comments Off on Study: More Bushwickians Refusing to Even Fucking Bother With Going To Walgreens on Flushing 469 Local Business, News
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It’s supposed to be the mecca convenience, the place you go to buy random items when you’re in a jam–be it Band-Aids or a yoga mat. No product is too insignificant for Walgreens not to stock. And yet, for all its so-called accommodatingness, the location on Flushing–the only one in Bushwick (we’re not counting the Gates Avenue stop, try as real estate agents might to call this Bushwick)–is hell on earth.

Hell on earth

Hell on earth

“I was waiting in line to buy a neck pillow on my way to JFK for about forty minutes before I finally threw in the towel. As it turned out, I ended up missing my flight. And I was so looking forward to going to Mexico City. It’s supposed to be just like 2010 Bushwick,” lamented Timothy Sacruhfyce, a 24-year-old Boar’s Head truck driver.

Inside, lines and torture await

Inside, lines and torture await

Sacruhfyce isn’t the only one who has had to suffer the long lines, negative vibes and unfriendly service at the Flushing Ave. Walgreens. “I went there ’round nine o’ clock one night just tryna buy some beer, but they done kicked me out sayin’ they had to close at ten,” noted Lamar Tremont, a 34-year-old MTA bus driver who lives near Dodworth Street. Yes, the employees don’t care and the clientele is agro, causing a severe dip in the number of Bushwickians willing to even fucking deal with the damn thing–not even for one-hour photo development.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

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