So today I was shopping at BOBBY's Foodstore, Vienna's only source for English & American delicacies, candies and drinks, a place I've been frequenting on a regular basis for a good nine years now, and consider to be my favorite store in the city. However, I had to witness something rather odd there today:Bobby's is a small, two-roomed grocery store. There were three cashiers sitting at the counter and one of them kept talking about her infected vagina to the other two. In graphic detail, no less. You could hear her going on and on about it across the whole store. I wasn't even the only customer in at the time. What the hell? I come to buy food and while doing so I'm being forced to listen to where she got her diseases from (most likely a toilet seat, according to her), how much blood she lost (jokingly comparing it to giving birth) and a couple of other nasty details NO ONE wants to hear while shopping for FOOD.At the time I was simply too puzzled to react. I don't know what was more unbelievable, the fact she thought this was an appropriate topic of conversation while customers are around or that she didn't keep her voice down. It seems like discretion is becoming an increasingly rarer character trait.Seriously, how is one supposed to react in this type of situation?P.S.: I can't wait to finally leave this city.