Exorcisms Not Included

, | | Right | July 23, 2008

(I was a cashier at a popular toy store chain when a woman came up to the register with an opened Ouija board.)

Customer: “I’d like to return this, please.”

Me: “Is there anything in particular that’s wrong with it?”

Customer: “Well, no, it works. I’m returning it because it let evil spirits into my house!”

Me: *laughs*

Customer: “Why are you laughing? This game let spirits into my house, and I demand a refund!”

Me: “Uh, oh, alright then.” *I process the return*

Customer, on the way out: “You really shouldn’t be selling satanic toys like this. What if a demon had come through and possessed one of my children?”

Me: “Yeah, you’re right. I’ll definitely pass that on to management.”

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  • Abigail Hermione Irwin

    I’ll second this. I used to play with a Ouija board when I was younger. The only problems that arose were when we got into arguments about which of the other participants was pushing the little pointer to get the answer(s) they wanted.