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    Not Always Right: The Comic – Roundup #3

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    Not Always Right: The Comic is a series of funny comic strips inspired by true events based on stories submitted by you, our readers! Check out our roundup of the latest Comics from Not Always Right!

    Anna Oprahnina

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    The Land Of The Free To Be Who You Are

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    He Fought The Law And The Law Won

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    Fifty Shades Of (Christian) Grey

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    Crashed Diet

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    Pay It Forwards, Driving Backwards

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    Red Light Bulb Moment

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    Past comic roundups can be found here!
    Roundup #1
    Roundup #2

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    They’re Un-bear-able

    | Gatlinburg, TN, USA | Pets & Animals, Tourists/Travel

    (My sister and I work in a store that is located in a tourist town just outside the Smoky Mountain National Park.)

    Customer: “We want to see the bears.”

    (Black bears are a very popular part of the wildlife in the National Park and area. They actually come to my house all of the time.)

    Me: “Well, you can go up to Ober Gatlinburg where they have a bear pen.”

    Customer: “Oh, no, we want to see them in the wild.”

    Me: “That’ll be hard to arrange…”

    Customer: “Say, what time do they let the bears out in the park?”

    Me: “They don’t let them out. They are wild animals. They come whenever they want to.”

    Customer: “Then how can we see them?”

    Me: “Well, you could drive around Mt Leconte and get lucky. Or you could just leave your garbage out on your front porch and wait. They’ll come.”

    How To Get Yourself Fired

    | London, England, UK | Extra Stupid

    (I work for an IT company that, among other things, provides technical support for IT equipment to customers. On company I take calls for has hundreds of small restaurants dotted across the UK. I receive a call from a site in London around the time of the riots.)

    Me: “Welcome to the [Company] support desk. You’re speaking to [My Name]. How can I help?”

    Customer: “Hi, this is [Store]. The building next to us has been set fire and the smoke and flames are coming into our building. What do we do?”

    Me: *in a slightly panicked voice* “Silly question, but have you contacted the fire department and evacuated the building?”

    Customer: “errr… No, what’s their number?”

    Me: “999.” *the number for emergency services in the UK*

    Customer: “Okay, I’ll call them now.”

    Under-wear Me Out

    | USA | Bad Behavior, Hotels & Lodging

    (A guest, an old skinny man, comes down in nothing but boxers. I am female. He’s a long term regular.)

    Guest: “Oh… I thought… what happened with that other feller that was here b’fore?”

    Me: “He left already. You know, you can’t… um, walk around with nothing on.”

    Guest: “I HAVE SOMETHING ON! I’M NOT NEKKID! Oh well, I’d like a wake up call at…” *mumble*

    Me: “At when?”

    Guest: *suddenly yelling* “AT FAH O’ CLOCK!”

    Me: “Five o’ clock?”

    Guest: “‘S what I said.”

    Me: “Okay.”

    Guest: “Well?…You don’t even know which room I’m in?!”

    Me: “Room 111 right?”

    Guest: *looks dumbstruck* “How…?”

    Me: “You stay here every night. I know who you are, Mr. [Name].”

    Guest: *nods and wanders off*

    (I heard a scream. A young mother and child walking down had seen him, in his underwear.)

    Bitter Sweet Tea

    | PA, USA | Bad Behavior, Food & Drink

    (The company I work for used to have tea from a syrup and then decided to brew our own tea and had a flavored tea as a promotional item for the summer that lasted until late November. It is now February and is pretty much dead due to the miserable weather the night before. I have been taking orders and my manager has been cashing out cars at the first window while doing paperwork.)

    Me: “Welcome to [Fast Food Company]. How can I help you?”

    Customer: “I want a raspberry tea.”

    Me: “I’m sorry, we no longer have that flavor. We have sweet or unsweet tea.”

    Customer: “I want a peach tea.”

    Me: “I’m sorry, we only have sweet or unsweet tea.”

    Customer: “What is most popular?”

    Me: “Probably the sweet tea.”

    Customer: “I’ll take a large of that.”

    Me: *rings it up and then hands it out when they get to the window*

    Customer: “This is what I think of your sweet tea.” *doesn’t even bother to take a sip before he takes the lid off and proceeds to pour it out in the drive thru, splashing it all over the drive thru window and then drives off*

    Next Customer: “What in the world was that about?”

    Me: “That is what I would call a tea party for one.”

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