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    Category: Awesome Customers

    Showing Signs Of A Recovery

    , | Canberra, ACT, Australia | At The Checkout, Awesome Customers

    (I am the customer in this story. I have just had a rant about customers in my store not reading signs to my fiancé while he was buying shoes.)

    Me: “Ah, these are nice.” *to sales clerk* “Excuse me, there is no 50% off sticker on these. Don’t you have a 50% off sale like the sign on the window says?”

    Sales Clerk: “Uh, no. That only applies to certain brands and this brand isn’t on sale.”

    Me: “Oh, no! I’ve turned into that customer that doesn’t read the whole sale sign! I was just ranting about those!”

    (We had a good laugh and talked about horrible customers and how sometimes we accidentally have those moments, so I think I was forgiven.)

    One More Thing That She Needs

    | ME, USA | At The Checkout, Awesome Customers, Bizarre

    (I’m on an express checkout when a woman unloads her groceries onto my belt. We exchange friendly greetings.)

    Me: “Did you find everything you needed okay?”

    Customer: “Does it look like I did?”

    Me: “…I guess?”

    Customer: “Do they ask you to ask that?”

    Me: “Yes, but I legitimately ask that question to make sure.”

    Customer: “I hate it when people ask you that at the register. It’s all right there, and if I didn’t, I’d go back and get it!”

    Me: “Well, that makes sense.”

    Customer: “See, I’m a one woman army to get cashiers to stop asking that question!”

    Bring (From) Home The Bacon

    | MI, USA | Awesome Customers, Food & Drink

    (I’m chatting with a customer as her husband tries on some jeans.)

    Me: “Oh, wow, what is that amazing smell?”

    Customer: “I just baked a bunch of bacon cookies before we came here.”

    Me: “Those sound so good. Oh, look, here he comes. Do they fit okay?”

    (Her husband was really picky about the jeans, but after about an hour I found a few pairs they both liked.)

    Customer: “How long are you working today?”

    Me: “My shift’s up, but I’ll be back tomorrow.”

    (The next day…)

    Customer: “Hi, remember me?”

    Me: “Sure do. Was everything okay with the jeans?”

    Customer: “They’re awesome. I just wanted to give you these.”

    (She hands me a gallon zip lock bag crammed full of bacon cookies. I’m speechless.)

    Customer: “Thank you so much for all your help yesterday.”

    (They were the best cookies ever. Thank you, wherever you are!)

    All Men Must Serve

    | NY, USA | Awesome Customers, Books & Reading, Geeks Rule, Language & Words

    (I am the librarian.)

    Patron: “Do you have any books on Japanese architecture? I play the game Minecraft and we’re building Westeros. You know, Game of Thrones? Part of it is going to be Japanese themed.”

    Librarian: “I think we do. Let me look…” *searches the catalog* “Yup, there are some e-books you can get by clicking the links here, or there should be a couple upstairs. Are you able to find things by call number?”

    Patron: “Yeah, I should be able to find it. Thanks!”

    Librarian: “You’re welcome! Valar Morghulis!”

    Patron: “Yeah.” *starts to walk away, but stops suddenly and turns around* “Wait, did you just…”

    Librarian: “Yeah, I really did.”

    Patron: “That’s awesome! Valar Dohaeris!”

    The Best Trait(or) Of A Good Customer

    , | Australia | Awesome Customers, Awesome Workers

    (I work for a well known supermarket that has exactly one equally popular competitor in Australia. It’s a well known ‘feud,’ if you will. A customer I don’t recognise comes in and starts looking closely at all our items.)

    Customer: *muttering to herself* “Um… can I ask you some stupid questions?”

    Me: *chuckling* “Of course.”

    Customer: *sheepishly* “I usually shop at [Competitor]…”

    (She seems like an understanding type, so I take a risk.)

    Me: “Traitor. We don’t like your kind.”

    Customer: *flails* “I’m so sorry. Please forgive me!”

    (We find everything she’s looking for and she starts walking away.)

    Me: “Thank you for shopping at [Store]!”

    Customer: “I might even come back! “

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