Those who watched the video wondered whether it could have been dangerous to respond to the man, while others suggested he was simply trying to be friendly.
"How do adults not know how to get ready on time?!" a comment read. "I get every once in a while but having to do that would drive me crazy."
Though some expressed their shock, many commenters shared their own experiences having Bell's palsy when they were pregnant themselves.
"At the beginning of the video I was like, but it is indeed a mirror, wait it's not...or is it?" they wrote.
"The store should not allow that," a viewer commented.
While some viewers were appreciative of the expectation, others pushed back against it.
Responses varied to include how someone ate and how they pronounced certain words.
"Nothing like a huge hit to the pocketbook to get their attention," a comment on the viral post read.
Although one viewer was critical of the hygiene habits, many viewers wrote that they maintained similar habits.
"Honestly cause a scene," wrote a TikTok viewer. "That's not OK. But you do you. If I catch another man doing this to someone, I'm making it known."
"You want to nickel and dime my time? Fine by me. You get EXACTLY 8 hours. PERIOD," one commenter said.
"I would have liked to go my whole life without knowing that these existed and I don't know why I had just assumed that they did not," one commenter wrote.
"Put in my notice immediately after that and they were honestly stunned," the Redditor wrote in the post.
"He just wanted to have a magical Disney experience," a TikTok viewer said about the evasive reptile.
"I've known about this for a few years and now I compulsively give the card readers a yank before using them," a Reddit user wrote.
"Never knew why I had to do this sometimes," one Instagram user shared.
Viewers see the man's face drop once he spots the animal camouflaged in the trees.
"People are suffering," said a man who was interviewed in the video. "People are living with one meal per day. Can you imagine?"
"Those poor people must have been completely and utterly overwhelmed with terror," an online viewer commented.
"Best looking lead I've ever seen," a top comment read.
"Now that's what I call a bunny bunker," a commenter wrote.
While some poked fun at what was printed on the protein bar's label, others tried to offer an explanation.
"Among all the ashes, here comes a diamond ring," Captain Stephen Homrich told Newsweek. "It was a surprise for everybody."
The announcement received mixed reactions on Twitter.
"She feigned confusion to excuse her snooping. You believed and accommodated her. She's mad you believed her lies and took her excuse away," one commenter said.
"That camera dude def saw her getting ready to jump over and said 'ain't none of my business,'" a viewer commented
While some viewers were shocked, many commenters wrote that the employee correctly prepared the toppings.
The tip was welcomed by viewers, but the TikToker recommended shoppers try the trick out with large businesses, rather than small businesses.
Although some viewers joked about the clip, many were concerned for the guinea pig's safety.