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    Even Vampires Don’t Want That ‘Blood’

    | Hayward, CA, USA |

    (This at the DVD release of the Twilight Movie, two men approach the desk. They are Caucasian.)

    Customer #1: “Hey lend me some money, I wanna buy this movie!”

    Customer #2: “Naw, get your own cash!”

    Customer #1: “C’mon, this movie got leprechauns!”

    Customer #2: “Dang, I ain’t gonna give you no cash!”

    Customer #1: “Man you spoozy!”

    (Customer #1 walks off, returns with Twilight.)

    Customer #1: “C’mon! It’s on sale! Jus’ lend me 20!”

    Customer #2: “Alright fine, take it.”

    Customer #1: *looking at me* “Eh man, know what this movie’s about?”

    Me: “Well–”

    Customer #2: *pointing at the characters on the cover* “This one’s a vampire, and this b**** don’t know ’bout it!”

    Bad Parenting Is A Sticky Fingered Subject

    | San Luis Obispo, CA, USA |

    (I work at a self-serve frozen yogurt shop, where people get their own yogurt and toppings then pay by weight.)

    Customer: “Excuse me, you should be supervising this store. These kids are putting their fingers in the toppings. It’s not clean!”

    (I look around for a parent, but there seems to be nobody else of suitable age in the shop.)

    Me: “Are these your children?”

    Customer: “Yes, but you should be supervising them! It’s your job!”

    Not The Cream Of The Crop

    | UK |

    Me: “Thanks for calling [credit card company], how can I help you today?”

    Caller: “I bought my crops on Farmville using your card. I forgot to water them and they’ve all died. Am I covered on purchase protection for that?”

    Me: “Seriously?”

    Caller: “I thought you’d be like that. Thanks anyway.” *click*

    Explanations As Clear As Water

    | Ottawa, ON, Canada |

    Me: “Thank you for calling [Pool Store], how may I help?”

    Caller: “How much would a new pump be for my pool?”

    Me: “Have you got an in-ground or an above-ground?”

    Caller: *long pause* “I don’t know.”

    Me: “You don’t know?”

    Caller: “No! How could I?”

    Me: “Alright. Go into your back yard, and run at the pool. If you fall in, it’s probably an in-ground. If you bounce off, it’s an above-ground.”

    Zombies Need Healthcare Too

    | South Bend, IN, USA |

    (I am on the phone.)

    Me: “Dermatology, how may I help you?”

    Patient: “Hi, I just had an autopsy done. I’d like to know my results.”

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