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    Category: Math & Science

    Everyone needs basic math and science skills to survive. However, these customers were definitely sleeping their way through class!

    The Whole Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Pits

    | Adelaide, SA, Australia | At The Checkout, Food & Drink, Math & Science

    (I’m working at the checkout and have just weighed several peaches for a customer.)

    Customer: “Oh, wait, sorry…I have one more peach to weigh. Have you already weighed the others?”

    Me: “Yeah, but that’s okay. I’ll just weigh it separately.”

    Customer: “No, that’s not okay!”

    Me: “Why not?”

    Customer: “Because they would have weighed differently if they were put together. It would be less!”

    Me: *speechless*

    A New Dimension Of Stupidity, Part 2

    | Portsmouth, UK | Math & Science

    (I’m makeup artist on a counter in a large department store. Although I don’t have anything to do with the department store, lots of customers approach me for help, and I’m usually able to assist.)

    Customer: “Excuse me, do you sell the Nintendo 3DS?”

    Me: “We don’t in store, but I can order one for you.”

    Customer: “You know, I wish everything was in 3D. The world would be so much more interesting!”

    Me: “Ma’am, everything is in 3D, including yourself.”

    Customer: “Whatever. Airheaded bimbo!” *storms off*

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    Some Things Just Don’t Add Up, Part 3

    | Livingston, NJ, USA | Math & Science, Money

    (I have just rung up a customer who is purchasing two items that are part of a two for $5 promotion in our store.)

    Customer: *sighing in exasperation* “You didn’t ring this up correctly. They’re supposed to be two for $5.”

    Me: “I’m sorry…I’m pretty sure the items came to $5 before tax. May I look at the receipt again to make sure?”

    Customer: “You think I don’t know what I’m talking about?”

    (The customer slams receipt on the counter and jabs her finger at the prices.)

    Customer: “See what I’m talking about?! You rang both items up at $2.50!”

    Me: “Yes. $2.50 plus $2.50 is $5.”

    Customer: “Whatever! You aren’t worth my time!”

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    Have You Tried Dihydrogen Monoxide, Part 2

    | Liverpool, UK | Food & Drink, Math & Science

    (When a customer orders water at our restaurant, it shows up on their receipts as H2O.)

    Customer: *loudly* “I think you’ve given me the wrong bill. You’ve charged me for H2O. I only had water!”

    Me: *speechless*

    Customer: “I want a refund. I’m not paying for something that I didn’t even have!”

    (She carries on ranting for a couple of minutes until her friend points out to her in a surprisingly calm way that H2O is water.)

    Customer: “Oh, is it?! I thought that was juice!” *slinks out looking embarrassed*

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    Pan-bi-a-trans-homo-heterosexual

    | Minnesota, USA | Math & Science

    (I have been helping a customer find an apple tree he wants to give as a gift.)

    Me: “Just so you’re aware, if the person you’re buying this for doesn’t have another apple tree, or there isn’t one close by, this tree isn’t going to produce any fruit.”

    Customer: “What do you mean?”

    Me: “Well, apple trees only produce fruit through cross-pollination.”

    Customer: “What does that mean?”

    Me: “Well, the simplest way for me to explain is: People are unable to reproduce with themselves, right?”

    Customer: “So, is this tree male or female?”

    Me: “Well, apple trees are asexual.”

    Customer: “So, it’s gay?!”


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