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More Daylight, Less Twilight, Part 6

| Scotland, UK | Bizarre, Top

(I’m helping a customer in her early teens.)

Customer: “Hey, I’m trying to find a game for my boyfriend. Could you help me?”

Me: “Yeah, sure. What sort of—”

Customer: “Oh, the guy on this is hot! What’s this like?”

Me: “Oh, that’s the new Castlevania game. Basically, it’s about killing vampires and werewolves.”

Customer: “What!?! Why would anyone buy this?! Vampires and werewolves are cool and hot! You make me sick selling this! Haven’t you ever seen Twilight!? Vampires are like people!” *runs out of the shop with tears in her eyes*

Me: “I feel so sorry for her boyfriend.”

Related:
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 5
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 4
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 3
Less Twilight, More Daylight, Part 2
Less Twilight, More Daylight

1 Part Bleach To 100 Parts Stupidity

| Avondale, PA, USA | Extra Stupid, Pets & Animals, Top

Me: “How are you today? I’m told you needed help with fish?”

Customer: “Yeah, all my fish died after I cleaned my tank yesterday. My husband says that it may have had to do with me using bleach, but I told him he was wrong.”

Me: “Well, actually he is right. Bleach leaves residue on the glass. Even after rinsing it, that can kill the fish.”

Customer: “But I didn’t even rinse it.”

Me: “What did you do, then?”

Customer: “I just added it to the water. How could that kill them?”

Size Matters, Part 6

| San Francisco, CA, USA | Food & Drink, Top

(A lady and her daughter walk in.)

Me: “Hi, how may I help you?”

Daughter: “Can I have the waffle cone with a scoop of coconut ice cream?”

Me: “Yeah, sure. Here you go.” *hands over ice cream*

Customer: “What sizes do you have for snow cones?”

Me: “I have a $2 cup and a $2.50 cup.” *shows her sizes*

Customer: “Do you have a $1.50 cup?”

Me: “No, I have $2 and $2.50.”

Customer: “Okay, I’ll have one exactly like my daughter’s.”

Me: “A $2 coconut waffle cone?”

Customer: “No, I want it in a cup…and make it strawberry.”

Me: “So, not exactly like hers.”

Customer: “No, I guess not. Wait…never mind. I’ll have a small snow cone.”

Me: “Okay, what flavor?”

Customer: “I’ll have the strawberry.”

Me: “Okay. There you go.” *hands over the small strawberry snow cone*

Customer: “Oh, you made it small? When I said small, I meant big! I thought you would understand.”

Me: “No. You said small, so I gave you small.”

Customer: “Well, I wanted the large one, but it’s okay. It was your mistake.”

Related:
Size Matters, Part 5
Size Matters, Part 4
Size Matters, Part 3
Size Matters, Part 2
Size Matters