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    Ah, Marriage

    , | Eugene, OR, USA |

    Me: “Hi, welcome to [pizza restaurant], would you like to hear about our specials?

    Customer: “I was wondering if you could make your Delite pizzas in the family size.”

    Me: “I apologize, but we only serve the Delite pizzas in the large.”

    Customer: “… but I want the Delite in the family size.”

    Me: “I’m sorry, but the thin crust only comes in the large size.”

    Customer: “I don’t want the large size! I want the family!”

    (I hear her husband yelling at her in the background.)

    Customer’s husband: “She already told you they don’t make it in the family size!”

    Customer: “I know that. But I want the family size.”

    Customer’s husband: “JUST GET THE LARGE!”

    (The couple continues to argue for a minute or so before I interrupt them.)

    Me: “I’m sorry, but is there something else we could get you?”

    Customer: “NO! I DON’T WANT YOUR GODD**N PIZZA!” *slams down phone*

    Oh Customer, Wherefore Art Thou

    | Cheltenham, UK |

    (I was working as an usher on the door, directing people to their seats.)

    Customer’s Daughter: “We’re lost, Mummy.”

    Customer: “I know, how do we get out of here?”

    Me: “Can I help you?”

    Customer: “Yes, we’re lost.”

    Me: “Lost?”

    Customer: “Yes, we can’t find our seats.”

    Me: “You’re in C12 & 13. That’s the back row, the two seats in the middle.”

    Customer: “Oooooh, okay…”

    (I watch as she looks for her seat. She stares right at it… then looks over the edge, up to the balcony, and even at the chandelier! She finally settles down in the nook seats at the side that have zero visibility. I worry about our audiences sometimes.)

    Ouch … Sorry, Fido

    , | California |

    Customer: “Are there any thrift stores around here that support cancer research?”

    Clerk: “No, I think the only ones in town support the humane society.”

    Customer: “Oh, we have asthma. We don’t want to support that.”

    Clerk: “…”

    It’s Gonna Be A Long Call

    | Monterrey, Mexico |

    (A customer had some serious problems with his computer, and since we are an internet company, we refer to the computer manufacturer number.)

    Me: “Okay, sir, can you tell me the brand of your computer?”

    Caller: “Compaq…” (or so I thought I heard…)

    Me: “Okay, sir, give me a sec–”

    Caller: *apparently still reading* “…compact disc.”

    Me: >.<

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    , | United Kingdom | Top

    (Note: I didn’t even work at this place. I was just looking at the games with my dad but I figured I’d help this lady out.)

    Customer: “Hi, my son wants a Star Wars game. How much will that be?”

    Me: “Well, there are lots of Star Wars games, because some are older than others. The older ones are more likely to be cheaper… sometimes the console changes the price as well.”

    Customer: “Console?”

    Me: “The thing you play it on.”

    Customer: “Oh he’s got a Gamestation.”

    Me: “Do you mean a Playstation or a Gamecube?”

    Customer: “I don’t know, it’s black.”

    Me: “Is it cube shaped?”

    Customer: “No.”

    Me: “Right so, it’s a Playstation 2. Did your son say which type of Star Wars game he wanted, or even the name?”

    Customer: “No he just said Star Wars. A shooting one, I think.”

    Me:Most of them are shooting games…”

    Customer: “Well, this is the one with the laser guns in it and the laser swords.”

    Me: *cringing* “Laser guns and laser swords are what Star Wars is famous for.”

    (My dad, who is behind me, starts laughing.)

    Customer: “I’m not some Star Wars computer genius you know! This is only the 21st century. I don’t even know why you work here if you don’t know what I should buy!”

    Me: “I don’t actually work here.”

    Customer: “Well, why are you wearing the employee t-shirt?!”

    (She points towards my Children of Bodom t-shirt.)

    Me: “Good point, go and speak to my boss if you are unhappy about me working here.”

    Customer: “I will, and you might get fired, so watch-out!”


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