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Category: Awesome Customers

More Than Morgan

| NS, Canada | Awesome Customers, Funny Names

(I have recently been hired and the manager has been having trouble getting a name tag for me. Since it is required to wear one, he gives me a choice between two old tags that happen to be in the office, and I choose to be ‘Morgan’ for the time being. I am helping a very sweet customer locate an item.)

Customer: “Thank you so much for all of your help.” *looks at my name tag* “Morgan. You’ve been great. And I’ll remember you because I have a niece named Morgan!”

Me: “I guess I shouldn’t tell you that my name’s not really Morgan then, should I?”

Customer: “It’s not? Oh, no! Well, don’t tell me what it is; you’ll just confuse me!”

Me: *laughing* “Okay, I won’t!”

Customer: “Thanks again for your help, “Morgan”” *makes “air quote” motion with her hands* “I’m sure I’ll be in again!”

(She came in a few more times before I got my proper name tag, and she always called me “Morgan” using her hands to do the air quotes. She never asked for my real name!)

Tipped In Your Favor

| FL, USA | Awesome Customers, Family & Kids

(I’m in a restaurant when a 20-something girl comes up to the waitress taking my order.)

Patron: “Excuse me.”

Waitress: “Is there a problem?”

Patron: “No, I just wanted to forewarn you that my grandmother is going to give you a hard time and probably complain about everything. I know that it’s frustrating dealing with those kinds of customers but she’s old and set in her ways which I know is no excuse, but please just take it with a grain of salt. And here:” *the girl hands the waitress two 20s* “because I know she probably won’t tip very well and you’ll need some incentive not to bludgeon her with a hot poker.”

Don’t Have Baggage About Types Of Baggage

| Lawrence, KS, USA | At The Checkout, Awesome Customers, Awesome Workers

(I am standing in line at the grocery store. The cashier asks the customer in front:)

Cashier: “Do you want paper or plastic?”

Customer: “It doesn’t matter, I’m biSACKtual.”

(After he left, the cashier turned to the bagger:)

Cashier: “It’s a good thing the other guy wasn’t here today; he’s hydrophobic.”