(This takes place between my manager and a customer over the phone.)
Caller: “Hey, is John there?”
Manager: “Sorry sir, this is [pizza place]. There’s no John here.”
Caller: “Stop playin’, John, we’re supposed to go to the movies soon.”
Manager: “Sir, seriously, this is [pizza place]. I think you may have the wrong number.”
Caller: “Well, crap! Do y’all have any deals?”
Manager: “Well, you can get a large 3 topping and a 2-liter for $10.60.”
Caller: “D***, that’s better than John!”
Manager: “Yes, sir, it sure is.”
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(A customer, more intent on small talk than shopping, wanders into the bakery.)
Customer: “So, you have a stove in your bakery?”
Customer: “I run a thrift store. We’re looking for stoves. I’m gonna need a stove when I move.”
Customer: “Yeah, I’m building a church up on the mountain for when the famine hits. People will need a place to go, y’know?”
Me: “Um…yeah…that’s a good idea.”
Customer: “Yeah. It’ll be a church and thrift shop. Gotta diversify. You should do more than just baking at your bakery.”
Me: “We’ll take that into consideration…”
Customer: “Yeah, I was talking to my boss. You know how everyone thinks the world will end in 2012? Well, my boss told me to change that to 2011 in the US!”
Customer: “Yeah, there’s going to be a huge famine and everyone is going to die!”
Me: “Well, thanks for the warning. Have a nice day!”
Me: “Okay, what form of payment would you like to use?”
Customer: “Credit, please.” *hands me credit card with photo on card*
(I hold up the card to ensure it’s the right person.)
Customer: “Trust me, there are no two people in this world this ugly.”
Me: “Hi, how can I help you?”
Customer: “Do have any more [brand name] chicken noodle soup mix?
(The shelf is empty, so I look around to see if we have any hidden on the shelf.)
Me: “There is none here. Let me go check the backroom.”
(I go check and come back a few minutes later)
Me: “I’m sorry, but we do not have any left.”
Customer: “Are you kidding me? Who runs out of chicken noodle soup in the middle of winter?”
Me: “Well, it is the middle of winter…”