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    Jeff Foxworthy Would Be Proud

    | Madisonville, KY, USA |

    Customer: “Two tickets for Madagascar.”

    (After the previews, he returns)

    Customer: “I want my money back!”

    Me: “What seems to be the problem, sir?”

    Customer: “You have the wrong movie playing in there, its a cartoon. Where’s the cars?”

    Me: “I’m sorry sir, Cars?”

    Customer: “Nascar! I wanted to see Mad about Nascar!!”

    Me: “…let me get the manager.”

    The Lost And Dumbfounded

    , | Mount Vernon, IA |

    Customer in the drive-thru: “Hi, I’d like a BK Veggie.”

    Me: “Sir, you’re at Hardee’s, not Burger King. We don’t have any vegetarian entrees.”

    Customer: “Oh, okay. Thanks anyway.”

    (Customer sits there for a few minutes before driving away)

    Depth Perception Strikes Again

    | UK | Top

    Customer: “So you’re sure you don’t have any small hot dogs?”

    Employee: “Yes.”

    Customer: (Points to hot dog grill further down the counter) “Well what about those ones over there then??”

    Employee: “No, they’re just further away.”

    Internet = Tubes, Word = Sheets

    | USA | Top

    Woman 1: “What is that little trash can on the screen?”

    Woman 2: “My son says that is called the ‘recycle bin’. He tells me when I don’t want a Word document anymore and I delete it, it really goes in there.”

    Woman 1: “Why in the recycle thingy? Can’t you just erase it?”

    Woman 2: “Oh no, Word wouldn’t work for very long if I did that, I would run out of blank pages.”

    Woman 1: “Why?”

    Woman 2: “Because it cleans the words off the pages, then sends the blank sheets back to Word so they can be used again. That’s why it’s called the recycle bin.”

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    Captain Obvious To The Rescue

    , | Milwaukee, WI, USA | Top

    Me: “Hello, welcome to ***, what kind of sandwich can I get for you?”

    Customer: “Uhh… I’ll get a Club.”

    Me: “Would you like a 6 inch or a footlong?”

    Customer: “I don’t know, how long is a footlong?”

    Me: “It’s a FOOT LONG.”

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