Top Definition
The conditioning of most retail shoppers to provide preconceived answers to customer service providers.
Here are a few instances using Programmed Retail Response:

(Upon a customer entering)
Associate: "How's the weather today?"
Shopper: "I'm fine. How are you?"

(Upon a customer leaving)
Associate: "Fuel for Satan's fire!"
Shopper: "Thanks. You too!"
作者 Kristopher Smith 2007年5月24日
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