Facebook Page Book Giveaway: Week 3

| Facebook | Uncategorized

As part of our ongoing Facebook page launch celebration, we’ll be giving away a total of 10 copies of the official Not Always Right book.

To enter into our weekly drawing, simply like our Facebook page and you’ll automatically be entered. Two winners will be announced each week on our site, FB, and Twitter.

The winners of this week’s Facebook Page Book Giveaway are Mia and James — congratulations! They’ll each receive a free copy of our book via Amazon. Mia and James — a Not Always Right staff member will be contacting you soon via Facebook so you can receive your book.

If you didn’t win this time, don’t worry — you still have two more chances. Just like our Facebook page today to enter!

PS – if you liked our page before the announcement of this contest, you’re already qualified — anyone who likes our page will automatically be entered!

So Much Irony That It’s Unheard Of

| East Midlands, UK | Uncategorized

Me: “What was the name of the company you worked for?”

Caller: “Sorry?”

Me: “What was the name of the company you worked for?”

Caller: “Did you ask for the name of the company I worked for?”

Me: “Yes.”

Caller: “They were called ‘The Listening Company’.”

The Short, Rainbow-Colored Bridge From Injured Pride To Pride Parades

, | Minnesota, USA | Uncategorized

(A customer and his son approach the counter. Note that the son is no more than 11 or 12 years-old.)

Customer: “Hey, my son has something to ask you.”

Me: “Yes?”

Customer’s son: “Will you wanna go out with me?”

Me: “Excuse me?”

Customer: “Come on, it’s his first time asking a girl out! If you turn him down, he might get discouraged and go gay. You don’t want to turn him gay, do you?!”

By Virtue Of The Authority Vested In Me, Enjoy 20% Off

| Annapolis, MD, USA | Uncategorized

(The customer is a very pregnant woman in the process of being rung up and has just seen the subtotal on her purchase. She then awkwardly drops to one knee in front of the register.)

Customer: “Will you marry me?”

Me: “I’m sorry?”

Customer: “I really need you to marry me right now. That would get me a discount, right?”

(Four or five awkward seconds pass as I stand there, speechless and not sure what to say in response.)

Customer: “Hurry up. My knee is starting to hurt!”

Don’t Take Customers At Face Value, Part 2

| King of Prussia, PA, USA | Uncategorized

Customer: “Do you know who you look like? You bear a striking resemblance to her!”

Me: “No, who?”

Customer: “Casey Anthony!”

Me: *speechless*

Customer: *slowly backs away*

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Don’t Take Customers At Face Value

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