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    | Edmonton, AB, USA | Movies & TV

    (I work at a theater, and this shift I was in Box Office selling tickets. A customer approaches me who had just got out of a movie.)

    Me: “Hi, what can I do for you today?”

    Customer: “I would like to lodge a complaint to your manager.”

    Me: “She isn’t actually working today, sorry, but if you tell me what you need to complain about, I can make sure it gets passed onto her right away.”

    Customer: “I just watched “The A-Team” and it wasn’t at all how I thought it would be. The green people were very blurry!”

    Me: “I’m sorry Sir, but there aren’t any green people in the movie “The A-Team”. Are you sure you went into the right auditorium?”

    Customer: “What are you talking about? There is only one auditorium in this place!”

    Me: “Actually sir, we have five auditoriums, and there are different movies playing in each of them.”

    Customer: “Well why didn’t you tell me that! And why was the movie blurry?!”

    Me: “Well sir, the only movie we have the green people in it is “Shrek”, and that movie is in 3D, so if you are not wearing the 3D glasses it would be very blurry.”

    Customer: “Well, why didn’t you give me that glasses?”

    Me: “You didn’t buy a ticket for that movie.”

    Customer: “Well if there is only one auditorium, when does my movie play?”

    Me: “Sir, your movie is over. You went into the wrong auditorium.”

    Customer: “Well, that’s all your fault!”

    Me: “I’m very sorry, but how is this my fault?”

    Customer: “You didn’t tell me that there is more than one auditorium!”

    Me: “When I sold you your ticket I told you were in auditorium 3.”

    Customer: “Oh, I just thought you were stupid. So, can I have a refund?”

    Another customer in line: “Get out of line, dumba**!”