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    One Should Learn From Mistakes So That They Are Not Receipted

    | Vancouver, BC, Canada | Uncategorized

    (I’ve just finished ringing up a customer.)

    Customer: “Oh, and I don’t need a receipt.”

    Me: “Alright, here you go. Have a nice day!”

    (About 20 minutes later, the customer comes back.)

    Customer: “I bought the wrong figure! I need to make an exchange!”

    Me: “All refunds and exchanges are done at Customer Service. Good thing I held on to your receipt!”

    (I hand him his receipt and he went to Customer Service. He gets his refund, then comes back to my register with a different toy.)

    Customer: “Alright, this was what I wanted to buy! Oh, and I don’t need a receipt.”

    (This time, I put his receipt in the bag without saying a word.)

    Slippery Christmas Ice

    | United Kingdom | Uncategorized

    (This occurred two days after Christmas Day on the refunds desk.)

    Customer: “These slippers don’t fit! I’ve been the same shoe size for years. It must be these new European sizes, I can’t even get my foot in!”

    Me: “That’s no proble,m sir. I’ll just refund these and give you a credit note, then you can go and choose some slippers that fit.”

    Customer: “This ruined my Christmas, you know!”

    (I take the slippers and examine them for any faults or damage, while the customer continues to rant.)

    Me: “Sir, did you remove the tissue paper from the toes before you tried these on?”

    Customer: “Oh…”

    (Needless to say, the slippers did in fact fit. Christmas was saved.)

    But Who Gets To Keep The Charger?

    | Dallas, TX, USA | Uncategorized

    (The customer calls in, having trouble with the bluetooth in her vehicle.)

    Me: “Thank You for calling ***, how may I help you?”

    Customer: “I am having trouble with my bluetooth thing.”

    Me: “I can definitely help you with that. What is the nature of your problem?”

    Customer: “I need help marrying my phone back with my car. When I bought the car they were married, and somehow they got divorced.”

    Harry & Ginny: The Golden Years

    | Long Island, NY, USA | Uncategorized

    (A man walks up to my register with his wife, they have a few items, one of which is a broom.)

    Me: “How are you guys today?”

    Husband: “Oh, we’re good.”

    (The husband takes the broom and places it on counter, then stares at his wife).

    Wife: “What?”

    Husband: “Are you sure you’re going to fit on this?”

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    As Normal As A Nude Nymph With No Nails

    | Oakville, ON, Canada | Uncategorized

    (Working near the fitting rooms, my coworker hears a customer ask for help from inside one of the stalls.)

    Customer: “Excuse me, I need some help.”

    Coworker: “Alright–”

    (My coworker turns around and notices the customer standing outside of the stall completely nude except for the bra she was trying on.)

    Customer: “How does this look on me? I’m not sure if this works for me.”

    Coworker: “Um…why did you happen to take off your clothes?”

    Customer: “Oh, because I feel more comfortable like this. So, what do you think?”

    Coworker: “It looks…good.”

    (My coworker looks down to avoid seeing the woman and notices stickers on the woman’s toes.)

    Coworker: “Why do you have stickers on your toes, ma’am?”

    Customer: “Well, I don’t have any toenails. I think the stickers make them look prettier, and I feel more normal when I take off my shoes.”

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