Category: Awesome Workers

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Will Be Fixed In A Flash

| Winnipeg, MB, Canada | Awesome Customers, Awesome Workers

(I am surfing on my laptop at home when I suddenly lose connection to the Internet. After determining that everyone else in the house is having the same problem, I call our ISP.)

Me: “Hi, I can’t connect to the Internet. I guess you probably want me to test my modem and all that, eh?”

ISP Guy: “Actually, no, we’re pretty sure we know what caused the problem. There was a lightning strike a few minutes ago that took out our server.”

Me: “Bummer! No ETA, I guess?”

ISP Guy: “I’m afraid not.”

Me: “Okay, thanks. Have a good night.”

ISP Guy: “…That’s it? You’re not going to yell at me?”

Me: “Why would I do that? You can’t control the weather, man.”

ISP Guy: “THANK you!”

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Following Good Prints-iples

, | Helesnvale, QLD, Australia | Awesome Workers, Popular

Girl: “Hi. How much is it to print something in colour of a USB stick?”

Me: “It’s 60c per sheet, but let me see what I can do for you.”

Girl: “Oh, okay. Can I get 10 copies, please?”

(I take the USB stick and open the file she points out, an 11th birthday invitation done in a full A4 word file. At this point she becomes concerned.)

Girl: “Sorry to be a pain but is there any way you could make it smaller?”

Me: “No problem. I can do that.”

(I quickly modify the file, allowing four copies of the invitation to be printed on each sheet. I then print out the pages she wants and hand them to her. As I am having a great sales day and the fact I was impressed by her manners and polite attitude I decide not to charge her.)

Girl: “Thank you so much; how much is that?”

Me: “Don’t worry; it’s fine. You just have a great birthday.”

Girl: “Are you sure? Thank you so much.”

Me: “Not a problem. You have a great day.”

(She leaves with her friend, however about 15 minutes later the girl returns.)

Girl: “Hi. To say thank you for not charging me I brought you this.” *hands me a chocolate bar*

Me: “Oh, wow, thank you so much, but you did not have to do that.”

Girl: “You’re welcome. Thank you so much for your help!”

(She then walked away again with her friend, leaving me astounded. I am a large male, over 6’ tall, and I am not ashamed to admit after that exchange, it took all I had to fight the lump in my throat, as well as leaving me on a high all day.)

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The Height Of Politeness

| NY, USA | Awesome Workers

(I was working at a local amusement park on the bumper cars. We have a measuring stick to make sure that the kids are tall enough to ride. Sometimes to brighten my day I would see a kid that I knew was tall enough for the ride and make it seem that they were too short by putting the stick on my foot. It usually got a few chuckles from customers. One day I had a very tall guy come up so I raised the stick in the air.)

Me: *serious voice* “I’m sorry, sir, you are too tall for this ride.”

Customer: “Okay.” *turns and starts walking away*

Me: *stunned at first then calls out to him* “Sir, I was just kidding! You can ride.”

Customer: *smiles and comes back* “Thank you.”

(The man made my day!)

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