She's over-agreeing/reassuring out of both nervousness and marketing technique. If the customer says it, he/she is right, so agree =D Lol... Happens in several other languages, not as annoying though -_-'
Hai in this case is just the american equivalent of saying "yeah" or "ok" when someone is saying something so you let them know you are actually listening. And yes Barrett is right, she was even doing the constantly nodding trick too.
i swear to god its like everyones on extacy in japan. not like ive ever been but from movies and stuff all the shit there is all like cute and happy and all that garbage. lol it would be so overwhelming and such a culture shock id think.
I've worked as a retail manager for years and our first rule of thumb for selling products is to get the buyer to say yes with you to generate a buying decision. Its mostly selling to your unconscious. Look 4 it in a place u buy from often.
impala1, that's right it is. Very similar to how we say "yeah" repeatedly when someone's talking a lot. what I want to know is, what is the 1.5 floor? Listened to it a couple times, pretty sure they didn't mean 15.