You Read My Mind

| Lake Zurich, IL, USA | At The Checkout, Food & Drink

(I’m working the concession stand at the local movie theater when two teenage girls approach.)

Me: “Hello, how can I help you?”

Customer #1: “Yes, I’d like a large.”

Me: “A large what?”

Customer #1: *glares angrily* “A large POP.”

Me: *stares at her and smiles*

Customer #1: *angrily* “What?!”

Customer #2: “Tell him what kind of pop.”

Customer #1: *laughs* “Oh my God, I’m so blonde!”

Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 8

| Alabama, USA | Funny Names

(A coworker and I are walking around the theater seeing if anything needs to be done. A woman and about 6 children are walking down the hallway. One of the young girls starts running around.)

Customer: “Bella! Bella! Stop running, Bella! Bella!”

(She looks at her young son who is behaving well and pats him on the head.)

Customer: “Good job, Edward.”

Me: *speechless*

Coworker: “I wonder what the others are named.”

Related:
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 7
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 6
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 5
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 4
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 3
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 2
Less Twilight, More Daylight

Starring Tom Booooohs

| San Antonio, TX, USA | Uncategorized

(I am an assistant-manager at my movie theater and I am working at our customer service desk. Part of my job is to answer the phone and answer customer questions.)

Me: “Thank you for calling [theater]. How may I help you today?”

Customer: “Yes, can you tell me what the next showtime for Mission Impossible is?”

Me: “7:30.”

Customer: “Have you seen it yet?”

Me: “No, sir, I haven’t.”

Customer: “Well, do you know if it has real ghosts in it?”

Me: “Ghosts, sir?”

Customer: “Yeah, because it’s called Ghost Protocol.”

Me: “Uh, no, sir. There are no ghosts in that movie.”

Customer: “Okay, thank you.” *hangs up*

(Don’t) Remember The Alamo

| Colorado, USA | History

Customer: *walks up to ticket booth* “What is The Alamo about?

Employee: “The Alamo, ma’am. It’s the mission building the Texans had to protect when the Mexican army invaded during the Battle of the Alamo.”

Customer: “Oh my gosh! We’re at war with Mexico?!”

The Customer Is Always Right, Even When It’s Left

| Melbourne, Australia | Geography

(I am an usher ripping tickets at the podium and directing customers to their cinema.)

Me: “You’re in cinema number four. It’s up the stairs to your left.”

Patron: “Which way?”

Me: “Left, and then go up the stairs.”

Patron: “Which way’s left?”

Me: “That way.” *points*

Patron: “Great, thanks!”

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