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    Recipe For An Interesting Evening

    | California, USA |

    Female Customer: “Hi there! Where do you keep your ping-pong balls?”

    Me: “Right over here.” *walks her over to them*

    Customer: “Oh great! Now, where do you sell your Vaseline?”

    I LAve L.A.

    | Chicago, IL, USA |

    Customer: *holds up sweatshirt* “Oh my god, they spelled this wrong!”

    Me: “What?”

    Customer: “Los Angeles!”

    Me: “Um, that’s how you spell it.”

    Customer: “Nooooo. It says LOS Angeles, but it’s supposed to be LAS Angeles. It’s pronounced LAS Angeles. Am I right?”

    Customer’s friends: “Yeah, totally!”

    Customer: “And, actually, shouldn’t it be LAS AngeLAS? Because that’s how you say it, LAS AngeLAS!”

    Me: “…”

    Customer: “I can’t believe no one has ever noticed this before!”

    Me: “Yeah, it’s shocking…”

    And The Cycle Starts Anew

    | Thousand Oaks, CA, USA |

    (A customer stomps into my store and starts yelling at me.)

    Customer: “I had an allergic reaction to a Vanilla Ice Blended from the store in [other location] and the manager there said I could have whatever I wanted here for free.”

    Me: “I’m sorry to hear about that. Do you have a receipt?”

    Customer: “I had to drive out to Cedars-Sinai last night and I was there until four in the morning! The people at [other location] said I could have anything I wanted! I had an allergic reaction!”

    Me: “Well, then… what would you like?”

    Customer: “I want two Vanilla Ice Blendeds…”

    Nautical Always Right

    | Atlanta, GA, USA |

    Me: *on the phone* “Thank you for calling ****, this is ****, how may I help you?”

    Caller: “Where are you located?”

    Me: “We’re on **** Road, in the **** Shopping Center.”

    Caller: “Oh…I’m in Alpharetta. How far away is that?”

    Me: “Uh…a long way. There are probably several of our other stores closer to you.”

    Caller: “No, it has to be your store. How far away?”

    Me: “Probably about a 45-minute drive. Maybe longer if there’s traffic.”

    Caller: “How do I get there?”

    Me: “Well, you’d have to take 400 down to 285, and–”

    Caller: “Wait, wait, that’s not gonna be useful to me. Where’s the nearest river crossing?”

    Me: “…river crossing?”

    Caller: “Yeah. I’m taking a boat.”

    Me: “…you’re taking a boat from Alpharetta?”

    Caller: “Yes. You’re intentionally being difficult.”

    Me: “The nearest river crossing is about ten miles from here.”

    Caller: “Oh…can you come pick me up from there?”

    Me: “No.”

    Caller: “Fine. I’ll go to another store!”

    The Princess Is A Royal Pain

    | Utah, USA |

    (A woman came up to my counter in the clothing store I work in. She has a very distressed look on her face.)

    Me: “How can I help you this morning?”

    Customer: “What is this red sticker on the tag of this dress?”

    Me: “That is a clearance sticker. That dress is 40% off.”

    Customer: “But I was here yesterday and it wasn’t on clearance! I’ve been eying that dress for weeks!”

    Me: “Well, today is your lucky day – it went on clearance this morning.”

    Customer: “I can’t buy it on clearance. Can you take that red sticker off the tag?”

    Me: “Are you going to buy this dress?”

    Customer: “I’m going to buy it once you take off that red tag. I don’t want to pay the clearance price.”

    Me: “Even if I remove the sticker the register will still ring it up at clearance price.”

    Customer: “Do I look like I’m the type to buy a dress on clearance?” *holds the dress up dramatically*

    Me: “Are you planning on buying this dress?”

    Customer: “Are you planning on taking off that red sticker?”

    Me: “Not until you pay for it.”

    Customer: “You don’t understand my world.”

    (She left the dress on the counter and walked out of the store.)

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