By: Dan GentileCredit: Flickr/Elvert Barnes (Edited)If you've ever walked the aisles of Whole Foods, you've likely observed a huge cast of well-fed characters, from women wearing $400 worth of Lululemon to guys there specifically to pick up women in $400 worth of Lululemon. It isn't hard to pick out the stereotypes, but you never truly understand the horrors that shoppers are capable of until you've been paid to smile politely as someone eats fistfuls of spring mix straight from the salad bar.To understand the folks on the other side of the check stand, we asked an anonymous group of former Whole Foods employees to rant about their least-favorite customers. Don't be one of these people.More: How to Hack Whole FoodsCredit: ThrillistThe Supplement-Trend ZealotWhenever the Doctor of Oz pokes his head out of his daytime TV curtain and proclaims black soybeans to be the ruby slippers of the day, or cod liver oil to be the only thing that can supplement a cowardly heart, a pack of flying monkeys descends onto the vitamin shelves. The Incredulous Inventory SleuthThe world would be a much safer place if police had as much gumption toward finding criminals as this guy has for hunting down his specific brand of hummus.Credit: Flickr/Leyla.aThe Bulk-Bin Number IgnorerThe only person worse than this is the guy who thinks that cashiers can't tell the difference between peanuts and cashews. Likely to also treat the bulk bin as a free sample buffet. The Cell Phone DivaPeople who talk on the phone at checkout have a special line they wait in when they die. It's called hell, and reception there is terrible.Credit: Flickr/SharonThe Hot-Bar CattleJust ambling around. Grazing on everything. Not a care in the world. Or a fork in the hand. The Fad ScientistNews just broke of a study that says eggs are unhealthy. No matter that the data was from 15 years ago and they only tested 15 subjects and the findings are so thin nobody over the age of 14 believes them. You can still expect a lecture, along with a contradictory update the following week, in the checkout lane.Credit: Flickr/Leon BrocardThe Bag HoarderA single lime doesn't really need a bag. Ma-Ti from Captain Planet is crying on your behalf, partly because of the bag, but partly because everyone just calls him the heart kid. He has a name, people. The Armchair EnvironmentalistHaving ethics is a wonderful thing, until they become so rigid and inconsistent that a customer triple checks the carbon footprint on their hamburger and complains about apples not being organic enough, then buys kiwifruit that have been jet-fueled in out of season from New Zealand.There are still 8 more types of Whole Foods customers you should definitely try to avoid becoming. Arm yourself with knowledge, over at Thrillist.com!More from Thrillist:10 Costly Mistakes You're Making at the Grocery Store9 Dirty Tricks Bartenders Use to Take More of Your MoneyLike Thrillist on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Thrillist -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website. Click here to read full news..