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No Pranks, Just Thanks: The Comic

| Eugene, OR | Awesome Customers, Comics

Have a fun, festive Thanksgiving week with your family & friends!

5 Thanksgiving & Black Friday Stories of Customers Acting Fowl

Not Always Right | Holidays, Roundups

Weekly Roundup: 5 Thanksgiving & Black Friday Stories of Customers Acting Fowl! In this week’s roundup, we share five Thanksgiving and Black Friday-themed bad customer stories!

  1. No Pranks, Just Thanks (14,669 thumbs up)
  2. Before Black Friday Comes Brainless Thursday (2,007 thumbs up)
  3. Gobble Grunt Gobble (3,305 thumbs up)
  4. Black & Blue Friday (1,133 thumbs up)
  5. She’s Been Placed On The Blacklist (2,376 thumbs up)

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PS #2: Read more roundups here!

(Editor’s Note: For all our US readers, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Also, if you’re working or shopping this Black Friday, good luck and stay safe!)

Daddy Doesn’t Brat An Eyelid

| Southampton, England, UK | Bad Behavior, Family & Kids

(While working at the cafe, I am wearing a cream-coloured top done up at the front with a ribbon. A father and daughter (who only looks to be around seven) sit next to the table I am cleaning.)

Daughter: “Daddy! I want to be like her! So skinny!”

(I’m a size 12, and the top is definitely showing what little curves I have.)

Father: “Uh-huh…”

Daughter: “But I hate that top! Such a horrid colour! Miss, why are you working with such a horrible top on?”

Me: “Well, uh… I rather like this top. It keeps me cool in the warm weather.”

(At this point, I go to take some plates in. When I come back to wipe the table down, the daughter has a ketchup bottle in her hand.)

Daughter: “You know, I was thinking: that top would look better in red, miss. Let me change it for you!”

Me: “I’d rather you didn’t!”

(The daughter gets up with the ketchup in her hand, and eyes my top threateningly as I pull away from the table as quickly as I can.)

Daughter: “But daddy ALWAYS lets me do what I want! You have to do so, too!”

Me: “Erh… sir, please tell your daughter to calm down.”

Father: “Don’t you DARE tell me how to raise my daughter. Some slutty waitress like you… I bet you have kids with no father in sight!”

(Thankfully, my manager intervened at that point and escorted the father and daughter out!)