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Trying To Dress Themselves Up

| Livingston, NJ, USA | Family & Kids

(A woman and her small child are walking through the men’s department.)

Kid: “Are we allowed to be in here?”

Woman: “Of course we are! Men don’t buy their own clothes anyway!”

Has Beef With And In The Grill

, | Beavercreek, OH, USA | Bizarre, Food & Drink

(A customer walks up to the register with a [Famous-Name Brand] grill.)

Me: “Is this a return?”

Customer: “Yes, I bought this two days ago and it does not work.”

Me: “I’m sorry; do you want a replacement?”

Customer: “No, I would never buy that product again.”

(I process the return, apologize to the customer, and he walks away. I go through the grill to process the defective merchandise ticket when I notice a funky odor. I open it up, and there is a steak on the grill. My coworker peers over my shoulder.)

Coworker: “Free food!”

Factoring In The Factory

| Caledonia, NY, USA | Extra Stupid

(I’m a cashier and a customer comes in one day wanting to return a pair of earbuds, so I begin processing the return.)

Customer: “You guys need to learn how to make your electronics work better when you put them together in the back.”

Me: “Sir, we don’t manufacture any products in the back room. Everything is shipped to us.”

Customer: “What do you mean you don’t make anything here? I thought all stores did that!”

Generation ZZZ

| Caledonia, NY, USA | Family & Kids

(I’m a lead cashier and I notice a teenage boy walking up and down the aisles, so I approach him.)

Me: “Can I help you find anything?”

Customer: “No. I’m just bored so I’m gonna look around in here for a while, because I have nothing else to do.”

(What a generation…)

Warning: IQ May Be Inversely Proportional To Wavelength, Part Two

, | Australia | Extra Stupid, Funny Names, Technology

(I work in the sporting department with another coworker. A customer comes up.)

Customer: “Hey, uh, do you have that thing? Where you put stuff in the thing and the thing turns it?”

(My coworker and I exchange confused glances.)

Me: “Sorry. What do you mean?”

Customer: *attempting to use confusing hand gestures* “You know, that thing where you put the stuff in the thing, and it turns and gets hot?”

Coworker: “You mean a microwave?”

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Warning: IQ May Be Inversely Proportional To Wavelength

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