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10 Stories About Customers Who Are So Stupid They Needed Their Own List

| Right | December 28, 2020

Dear readers,

We know that Not Always Right has its fair share of stupid customer stories. In fact, so many of the customers we read about here are stupid in some form that it’s just assumed.

Then, there are those customers who stand out even among their generally-stupid peers — those truly brain-cell destroying examples who are so easily confused that it’s a wonder they’re still alive, let alone interacting with retail staff.

We’ve rounded up ten stories about these extra-stupid customers. Try not to lose any IQ points as you read them!


A Crude Assumption That Needs Refining – If that’s how you think this works, you probably shouldn’t be changing your own oil.

No Appointment, No Point – Technically, yes, but why would you want to do that?

See-Through Excuses – Hits from the comments: “Oh, please! Like I’m going to give you a refund because of your laziness and neglect.”

Some Customers Never Let You Down – This one is either very stupid or very clever… and lazy.

Burn Me Twice, Flame On Me – Seriously, how have you lived this long?!

Three Dimensions Is Two Too Many – Hits from the comments: “This story has the only customer on the whole website who reads the signs; of course, she read the wrong side!”

A Lost Cause – But… dsakhfkah AUGH!

Depth Perception Strikes Again – Isn’t that how they made the hobbits look small in Lord Of The Rings?

So Stupid I Almost Painted – It might work for Bugs Bunny, but it won’t for you.

I Once Had A Brain ‘This’ Big – Busy doing what? Being stupid?!


We hope you enjoyed this Extra-Stupid-Customers-themed roundup! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!

Some other roundups to check out if you liked this one:

23 Crazy Stories About Water, And People Who So Stupid Their Brain Must Be Dehydrated


10 Funny Stories About Stupid Customers Who Didn’t Know What They Were Eating

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