Unfiltered Story #216792

, , , | Unfiltered | November 29, 2020

I’m the dumb customer in this story:

When Bill Bryson’s “Notes From A Small Island” first came out, I wanted to buy a copy for my step-mother.

I went into a bookstore and, not remembering the title, asked the woman behind the counter something like “I’m after… um… Small Island. A book about Great Britain.”

The woman pointed to a display of the books, less than a metre away, and almost as tall as me.

I faced my palm, bought the book and left.

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