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    The Ministry Of Silly Walks

    | Pittsburg, CA, USA | Bizarre, Crazy Requests, Top

    Customer: “Excuse me, do you know where the underwear are stocked?”

    (I am a fellow customer. I have no name badge, no uniform, and I have my purse hanging from my shoulder.)

    Me: “Oh, I’m sorry. I don’t work here.”

    Customer: “Oh, I thought you did. You walk like an employee.”

    Me: “I walk…like an employee?”

    Customer: “Yes, you should walk differently so people don’t confuse you.”

    Me: “Like this?”

    (I walk briskly for a few steps.)

    Customer: “No, no, that’s why I stopped you.”

    Me: “How about this?”

    (I walk a little slower, stopping to look at merchandise and to examine them.)

    Customer: “No, you look like you’re shelving.”

    Me: “What about like this?”

    (I shuffle along slowly, staring vacantly at my shoes.)

    Customer: “No, you look like my son when he works. Oh dear, I guess you just can’t walk like a regular customer. You should take classes.”

    (She walks way and I look five feet to my left, where an actual employee is staring, open mouthed at the scene.)

    Employee: “I wonder who would teach those classes?”