I know many of you have had it happen to you many times. When you pay at the register with cash and you have change coming back, it seem most "YOUNG" people just wad it up and almost throw it at you. I stop them right there and try to teach them the proper way of handing change back to the customer. There supposed to count it out as they hand it back to you. Now I'm not bothered by the coins, they don't have to count them out but here is how it should work. If you hand them a twenty and your total is $11.50 they should first say "out of twenty" and hand you the coins first, then count out the bills and place them one at a time in your out stretched hand. They should hand you the 50 cent and say thats 12, then hand you 3 one's and a five. Thats 12, 13, 14, 15, and 20. How hard is that? It does two things. It makes you feel important and that they value your business and it's a way to double check there math. Most of them cant even do basic math or even count. They have to look at the register to do the math for them. It's so bad at some places like fast food that they just have pictures on the register.