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    Probably Needs Some Valium Too

    | AL, USA | Bad Behavior, Health & Body

    (A customer comes into the drive thru.)

    Me: “Hello, how are you, ma’am?”

    Customer: “I want my Nexium.”

    (She provides her information, but I see that nothing has been filled.)

    Me: “I’m sorry, ma’am; I don’t see that we have anything ready for you.”

    Customer: “This always f****** happens! I’ve been trying to get my f****** Nexium for a month! I dropped it off here a month ago!”

    Me: “You dropped it off at this location?”

    (I ask this, as there are many branches of our chain within a 10 mile radius of each other.)

    Customer: “Yes, I only fill here!”

    Me: “Ma’am, there is no Nexium in your profile.”

    Customer: “Yes their f****** is! This always f****** happens!”

    (My coworker takes over, trying to calm her down. My manager has had enough of her mouth, and he goes to tell her off.)

    Manager: “Ma’am! You have never filled here! It is not here! We have nothing for you!”

    (The customer continues to curse up a storm. Another customer stares at the drive thru window, looking between it and me.)

    Customer #2: “That b**** be crazy.”

    Me: “I agree, sir.”

    (I suddenly hear the drive thru window slam, and the car speed away.)

    Me: “Sorry you had to hear all that, sir.”

    Customer #2: “Nah it’s cool. Hey if something happens, I heard everything!”

    She Likes Her Coffee Black Belt

    | UK | Bad Behavior, Food & Drink, Top, Wild & Unruly

    (My friend and I head to a coffee shop. When we get there, there’s a customer screaming at the barista.)

    Customer: “You useless little s***! How hard is it to make a d*** drink? I’m going to ring your manager; I’m going to complain to head office…”

    (He continues making threats. The poor girl behind the counter is pretty much in tears. My friend’s patience runs out.)

    My Friend: “Oi, mate! I don’t know what’s going on here, but screaming isn’t helping things.”

    Customer: “Mind your own business, b****!

    My Friend: “What did you call me?”

    (The customer turns back around to my friend. The customer is a pretty big guy, six foot, and fairly wide. My friend is five four, female, and fairly unimposing. He squares up to her.)

    Customer: “I called you a b**** who should learn to mind her own business. Now p*** off!”

    (The customer shoves her.)

    My Friend: “Don’t touch me.”

    Customer: “Or what?”

    (The customer goes to shove her again. My friend grabs his arm, turning with it, and throws him to the ground hard enough to wind him. She puts her foot over his crotch.)

    My Friend: “Or you learn I have a black belt in judo. Apologize to the nice lady now.”

    (The customer apologizes, but the police are still called. My friend and I get a free lunch!)

    Weekly Roundup: Hopelessly Heartless, Part 2

    | Not Always Right | Bad Behavior, Roundups

    Weekly Roundup: Hopelessly Heartless, Part 2. This week’s roundup features customers that are the worst of the worst: uncaring, mean-spirited, and heartless! Check out Part 1!

    1. It Turns Out You Can Be Too Safe (3,176 thumbs up)
    2. Pinheaded, Part 2 (8,841 thumbs up)
    3. Priorities (2,380 thumbs up)
    4. Blown Away By Insensitivity (903 thumbs up)
    5. Customer To The Rescue (4,658 thumbs up)

    PS #1: check out our Extras section, with pictures, videos, and news!

    PS #2: Read more roundups here!

    Perhaps He Can’t Count That High

    , | MT, USA | Bad Behavior, Crazy Requests, Food & Drink, Top

    (A family approach my counter.)

    Customer: “Uh. Can I get a number six, with mac and cheese? And a medium drink.”

    (His family orders their food, and I make the sandwich—his number six— and plate the rest of the food. Our number six doesn’t come with a biscuit, but his father and mother’s meals do.)

    Customer: “Hey. HEY!”

    Me: “Yes, sir?”

    Customer: “We’re short one biscuit.”

    (Even though I know he isn’t, I give him one. Five minutes later, I see him stand up, and start screaming.)

    Customer: “IT’S NOT JUST THIS RESTAURANT; IT’S ALL FAST FOOD!”

    (He barges up, and slams his sandwich down.)

    Customer: “I ORDERED A NUMBER 12! THIS HAS A BUN! I WANTED THE ONE WITH NO BUN!

    Me: “Oh, gosh, I’m sorry! I thought you said number six! That one comes with a bun! Sorry, again!”

    Customer: “I DID ORDER A NUMBER SIX, BUT I WANTED A NUMBER 12! WASN’T IT OBVIOUS!?”

    A Garden Needs A Good Offence

    | NJ, USA | At The Checkout, Bad Behavior, Home Improvement

    Customer: “Excuse me, I have a ques—oh.”

    (She folds her arms, and eyes me critically.)

    Me: “Yes?”

    Customer: “Well, I doubt you would know. You look awfully young.”

    (I am 21, but look younger.)

    Me: “I’m older than I look. What can I help you with?”

    Customer: “No, I really don’t think you would know. You look like a d*** little kid!”

    (I raise my eyebrows and stare at her.)

    Customer: “I guess that was a little rude, huh.”

    Me: “More than a little. Can I help you?”

    Customer: “Like I said, I doubt it. I like that pink plant over there, but I don’t know anything about it.”

    (I rattle off the plant’s name, sun preference, average height and width, and how often to water and fertilize it.)

    Customer: “Huh! You did know all about it! I just seem to keep offending people today; every time I open my mouth!”

    Me: “Maybe try keeping it shut.”

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