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Category: Extra Stupid

This site is full of Customers; their stupid and moronic exploits that make us laugh. But these gems contained within are for those special cases, the extra stupid, the ones that make you wonder how they have survived this long!

Came Within A Couple Of Inches Of The Answer

| NC, USA | Extra Stupid

(We’re selling sets of small photo books at a discount price and they have been very popular.)

Caller: “Hey, so I heard y’all got them little books for [price]. It said on y’all’s website they five by five. How big is that?”

Me: “Well, ma’am, they’re five inches by five inches.”

Caller: “Yeah, but how big is that?”

Me: “It’s… five inches by five inches, ma’am.”

Caller: “Like, how big is that?”

Me: “Roughly the size of your hand.”

Caller: “Oh, so like three inches, then?”

His Head Is In The Clouds

| ON, Canada | Extra Stupid, Tourists/Travel

Me: “Do you have Airmiles?”

Customer:“No. How much is it?”

Me: “It’s [price].”

Customer: “Wait, what did you ask me?”

Me: “If you had Airmiles.”

Customer: “Oh. Yes, I have Aeroplan.”

Me: “Um, no, I asked for Airmiles.”

Customer: “Oh. Okay. Wait. What?”

Me: “I asked if you had Airmiles.”

Customer: “Yes, I have Aeroplan.”

Me: “No, that’s something different.”

Customer: “Right. How much is it?”

Me: “[Price].”

Customer: “Yes, and I have Aeroplan.”

Me: “We don’t take Aeroplan.”

Customer: “What did you ask for, then?”

Me: “…Airmiles.”

Customer: “Yes, I have Aeroplan.”

Me: “I didn’t ask for Aeroplan; I said Airmiles. They’re two different rewards cards.”

Customer: “But I don’t have Airmiles.”

Me: “Okay.”

Customer: “So… can you take my Aeroplan card?”

Me: “…No.”

Keeping Themselves In The Dark

| Brighton, England, UK | Bad Behavior, Extra Stupid

(Due to heavy rainfall we’ve had a few leaks at the back of the shop which has caused the back area’s lighting to short out. Unfortunately, head office won’t allow us to close so we have to make sure all customers are careful. Everyone is warning customers about the back of the shop being dark as they come in. A man walks in and I greet him.)

Me: “Hello there. Just so you know, the back of the shop is a little dark at the moment as our lighting isn’t working. Please be careful.”

Man: *barely acknowledges me*

(A few minutes later the man comes back to the till with a grumpy look on his face.)

Man: “Excuse me; it’s very dark at the back of your shop! Somebody could have an accident. You really should get it sorted!”

Me: “I’m sorry, sir, our lighting isn’t working at the moment due to some leaks in the heavy rain. We’re hoping to get it fixed as soon as possible.”

Man: “Well, you should at least warn people about it!”

Me: “…”