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    No ID, No Idea, Part 13

    | Drexel Hill, PA, USA | Liars & Scammers, Themed Giveaway

    (I have recently been hired at a pharmacy a few towns over from mine. It’s my second day as cashier, when a teen girl comes to my register. I’m 22 and wearing a name tag.)

    Customer: “Hi, I’d like a pack of [brand] cigarettes please.”

    Me: “No problem, I just need to see your ID.”

    Customer: “Oh, well it’s at my house and I don’t have time to run back and get it. Can’t you let me go this time?”

    Me: “Sorry, it’s not worth my job.”

    Customer: “But you know me!”

    Me: “I can’t say that I do.”

    Customer: “Dude, [my name], we go to high school together.”

    Me: “Oh really? What high school do you go to?”

    Customer: “[Local High School]. We totally have English together.”

    Me: “Yeah, no. First of all I went to [Rival High School]. Second, I was in AP English, the scores of which I used to go to [University], which I just graduated from. So no, I don’t know you. Show me ID or move along.”

    Customer: “You suck.”

    (She leaves and asks the next few visibly older customers to buy her cigarettes. No one buys them, and one even threatens to call the cops if she doesn’t leave!)

    Related:
    No ID, No Idea, Part 12
    No ID, No Idea, Part 11
    No ID, No Idea, Part 10
    No ID, No Idea, Part 9

    Refunder Blunder, Part 2

    | NY, USA | Liars & Scammers, Money, Themed Giveaway

    (My coworker and I are relatively new, having only worked at the store for a couple of months. I work there more days a week than she does, because she has another job, so I am a little more familiar with how the store runs. We are the only two cashiers at the front of the store, and there is a decent sized line. I am ringing people up with no issues when I hear the customer my coworker is helping start yelling.)

    Customer: “Look, I’m telling you, I didn’t get my refund in cash! I need it in cash! [Other location of store] put it on my debit card!”

    Coworker: “I-I’m sorry, sir; let me ask how to do that.”

    Customer: “Are you kidding? It’s a simple refund! Who doesn’t know how to refund money?”

    (I finish helping the customer I am currently with and quickly run over to try and assist my coworker without having to bother our manager.)

    Me: “Okay, so what’s the problem, sir?”

    Customer: “I returned something at another location and I paid for it with my debit card and they credited it back to my checking account!”

    Me: “I’m so sorry, sir; let me get my manager for you so we can clear this up.”

    Customer: “Yeah, there we go; someone who actually knows what to do.”

    (I’m about to page for the manager, but then my coworker shows me what the customer handed her. It is a refund slip from the different store from earlier in the day, showing that a refund of $108 was paid in cash to this customer.)

    Me: “Sir, your refund slip says that you received a cash refund paid out from [other store], earlier today.”

    Customer: *looks at slip, then suddenly gets quiet* “Oh, well, okay. Have a good day then.” *walks out of store*

    Related:
    Refunder Blunder

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    Out Of The Dirty Mouth Of Babes

    | Melbourne, VIC, Australia | Family & Kids, Language & Words, Themed Giveaway

    (A three-year-old girl is waiting with her family for her turn to see the doctor. She is entertaining herself by singing.)

    Girl: “I wonder what your name is; I wonder what’s your name? My name’s [name]! Hello, hello, hello. I wonder what your name is; I wonder what’s your name?” *approaches my desk* “What’s YOUR name, b****?”

    Me: *speechless*

    Going Off The Deep End

    | Sacramento, CA, USA | Bad Behavior, Family & Kids, Themed Giveaway, Top

    (I am a lifeguard at a public pool. While guarding the diving boards, I hear a loud smack from behind me. I turn to see two children who look to be about 10 or 11, standing in line for the high dive, yelling at each other.)

    Me: “Excuse me, is there a problem?”

    Boy: “YEAH! She hit me!”

    Girl: “NO! He hit me first!”

    Boy: “Nuh-uh! You hit ME first!”

    (I look and see that both children have red marks on their face, as if they were recently slapped. However, I have no way of finding out who started this fight.)

    Me: “Excuse me, but—”

    Woman In Line: “Send them to the back of the line! Punish those brats!”

    Me: *to woman* “Don’t worry, ma’am; I’ve got this situation under—”

    Boy: “You can’t send me to the back! I’m sorry! I’m sorry!”

    (The boy runs off in terror.)

    Girl: “I’m not going to the back of the line! You can’t make me! I’ve been in line FOREVER!”

    Me: “I’m not going to send you to the back if the line. I just—”

    Girl: “I’m not going to the back of the line!”

    Me: “I didn’t say—”

    Girl: “I’M NOT GOING! YOU CAN’T MAKE ME! I’M TELLING MY DADDY ABOUT THIS, YOU F*****!”

    (The girl stomps away to get her father. A few minutes later, a rather large and intimidating man comes up to me.)

    Man: “Look, I’m sorry for how my daughter acted. We’ve been trying to teach her some manners. Don’t worry about it.”

    (Later, I find out that the man called the lead lifeguard, and I got officially commended!)


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