Try Adobe HeathenShop

| Baltimore, MD, USA | Religion, Technology, Top

Customer: “Excuse me, can you tell me how this converter works?”

Me: “Let me see. It looks like you put your old photo negatives into it and it converts them to digital images.”

Customer: “So, it doesn’t make them Christians?”

Me: “Uh…what? Who?”

Customer: “It says it’s a “converter”. So, does it make the people in the pictures turn from devil worshippers into Christians?”

Me: *stunned* “No…No, it doesn’t do anything like that. It takes old negative strips from film cameras and converts them into digital images.”

Customer: “So, it won’t make them Christian?”

Me: “Nope.”

Customer: “What a useless piece of crap that is, then!”

Who Needs Learnin’ When You Can Be Sun Burnin’

| Canton, MI, USA | Family & Kids

(A coworker and I are cleaning up the magazines. A father and his two kids are walking by.)

Father: *to his son* “I just can’t believe you’re wasting your time looking at books when it’s such a nice day outside!”

Breaking Peter To Fix Paul

| Eden Prairie, MN, USA | Wild & Unruly

(I work as a cashier at an electronics retailer. A customer walks up with a computer lapdesk that opens up so it can store small items. Normally, two clips hold these shut.)

Customer: “Excuse me, one of the two clips is broken off.”

Me: “Oh geez, I’m sorry! Do you wanna grab another one that’s not defective?”

Customer: “Sure…” *leaves the broken lapdesk with me*

(I give the broken one to a fellow cashier so they can take it back to the service desk and defect it out. Several minutes later, the customer returns.)

Customer: *holding a new lapdesk* “Hey! Where’s the other lapdesk?”

Me: “Oh, I gave it to customer service because it was defective. We can ring this up now—”

Customer: “But I need the first one!

Me: “Wait…why?”

Customer: *holds up a lapdesk clip* “I broke one off the new one to put on the old one!”

The Great State Of Confusion, Part 6

| New Jersey, USA | Geography, History

(My university has a very long winter break which allows me to work over the holidays. I am working the Christmas season when a customer begins to make small talk.)

Customer: “What high school do you go to, sweetheart?”

Me: “I am actually in college and am just working seasonal.”

Customer: “Oh! Where do you go?”

Me: “The University of Delaware.”

Customer: “What state is that in?”

Me: “Delaware.”

Customer: “Yes, honey, I heard you but what state is that in?”

Me: “The state is Delaware.”

Customer: “When did Delaware become a state?”

Me: “It was the first state in 1776.”

Customer: *stays quiet for the rest of the transaction*

Related:
The Great State Of Confusion, Part 5
The Great State Of Confusion, Part 4
The Great State Of Confusion, Part 3
Make Benefit Glorious Guestlogisticstan
The Great State Of Confusion, Part 2
The Great State Of Confusion
The Great State Of Ignorance

Pac-Man Runs On Fruits

| Tacoma, WA, USA |

(I work at a game store that sells board games, card games, RPGs, and puzzles. We sometimes get unknowing customers who want video games or handheld electronic games.)

Customer: “Hi, I was wondering if you have any of those Pac-Man games that you plug into the TV?”

Me: “I’m sorry, ma’am, we don’t carry any electronic games here.”

Customer: “What do you mean? I’m just looking for the Pac-Man game. It doesn’t need electricity.”

Me: “I’m sorry, but what you are looking for is indeed electronic. We don’t carry those kinds of games here.”

Customer: “I still don’t understand what you are saying. It’s just a Pac-Man game!” *walks away*

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