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    This Customer Can Go Truck Himself

    | Boise, ID, USA | Bad Behavior, Food & Drink

    Caller: “I want to order pizza. I’m f***ing hungry.”

    Me: “Okay, let’s get your details. What’s your address?”

    Caller: “Exit 49.”

    Me: “Um, that’s not a complete address. Unfortunately, I can’t complete an order unless it has a complete address, due to the POS system that we have installed.”

    Caller: “I’m in a f***ing semi, and I’m f***ing hungry. GET ME A F***ING PIZZA!”

    Me: “Unfortunately, I can not complete your order unless you have a complete address. Perhaps you could come pick it up instead?”

    Caller: “Well, F*** YOU! I’m in a F***ING SEMI and I’m F***ING HUNGRY! There is no F***ING way I’m driving my F***ING truck all the way out there!”

    Me: “Unfortunately, I can not help you there. Besides, Exit 49 is outside of our delivery area. Have a good day, sir.”

    (The caller hangs up immediately and I quickly inform my manager. The caller calls back less than a minute later.)

    Caller: “I want to order pizza. I’m f***ing hungry!”

    Manager: “Were you the one who called earlier, asking for a delivery to a semi?”

    Caller: “YES! And the other chick wa—”

    Manager: “She does not get paid enough to deal with a**holes like you, and frankly, neither do I. Have a good day!” *click*

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    A Sudden Stamp Of Recognition

    | Seattle, WA, USA | At The Checkout, Bizarre, Themed Giveaway

    (I work in a copy shop/shipping store. It has a modern all-glass front with two entrances. Currently, I am currently the only one on shift. A customer comes in.)

    Customer: “Hi, do you sell stamps?”

    Me: “No, sorry, we don’t sell postage. [Store across the street] has stamps, though, at every register, and they’re just down the stairs at the end of the parking lot.”

    Customer: “Oh, all right. Thank you!”

    (The customer leaves, but I watch her walk 10 feet to our other entrance, and enter our store again.)

    Customer: “Hi, do you sell stamps?”

    Me: “…I’m sorry, ma’am, we do not. However, if you go over to—”

    Customer: “See, that’s what the other girl said, and she told me to come over to this location!”

    Me: “Ma’am—”

    Customer: “You young people need to learn to be clear when you’re giving directions!”

    (As she says this, she looks around and the lightbulb goes off.)

    Customer: “I’m in the same store, aren’t I?”

    Day Before A Holiday

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