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    *Prays For Baby*

    | New York, USA |

    (I work at a company that sells parts over the phone. Customers need to get us a model number so we can help them find parts.)

    Me: “The model number will be located right on the back of the TV.”

    Customer: “I can’t see the back of the TV.”

    Me: “Well, can you turn the TV around?”

    Customer: “No I can’t turn the TV around! It might fall on the baby!”

    Me: “I’m… sorry?”

    Customer: “Ugh, the baby is under the TV! If I turn it, it might fall on the baby!”

    Me: “Well, can you move the baby?”

    Customer: “Ugh, fine, I guess!”

    (She got her part and the baby survived the exchange.)

    1-800-DUHHHHH

    | Las Vegas, NV, USA |

    Me: “Operator…”

    Customer: “I need to call long distance to New York.”

    Me: “Okay ma’am, you need to hang up and dial ’00′ for the long distance operator.”

    Customer: “I don’t have a ’00′ button on my phone. I only have a ’0′!”

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    Cottonballs Are In The Left Drawer

    | Portland, OR, USA |

    Me: “Thank you for calling **** refill center. May I verify the last four digits of your mobile phone number?”

    Customer: “Yes.”

    (I hear four loud beeps as the customer pressing the buttons on his phone.)

    Me: “Sir, can you please TELL me the last four digits of your mobile phone number?”

    Customer: Oh, sure…”

    (Four loud beeps again.)

    Me: “Sir, I need you to say to me the last four digits of your mobile number.”

    Customer: “Oh, okay…” *reads numbers*

    Me: “Thank you. And may I verify your zip code, please?”

    Customer: “Sure.”

    (Another five beeps come from the phone.)

    Me: *whimpers*

    Sometimes, You Just Can’t Win, Part 2

    | American Fork, UT, USA |

    Me: “Hi, this is Alyssa, how can I help you?”

    Caller: “Hi, yeah, someone from your company called me and they were being all friendly to me over the phone.”

    Me: “… Oh? Were they rude to you in anyway?”

    Caller: “No… it’s just… they were being all nice… and I don’t like it when people pretend to be my friend, like they know me!”

    Me: “All right, but I don’t understand what the problem is with that.”

    Caller: “…”

    Me: “You know what, I’ll just go ahead and take you off our calling list, okay? You have a great day.”

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