He Wants The Google

| | Right | March 7, 2008

Me: “How may I help you?”

Customer: “I’d like to buy a Google. How much is it?”

Me: “Well, Sir, you would have to buy an internet connection, like our DSL to–”

*cuts me off*

Customer: “I don’t want to buy your f****** DSL! I want Google. My friend told me it’s the best, so I want that!”

Me: *trying not to laugh* “Sir, Google is a search engine, you really need to buy a connection package first to–”

*cuts me off again*

Customer: “I want Google! Are you listening to me? GOOGLE! HOW MUCH IS IT?”

Me: *innocently* “Oh, my guess would be a few billions, sir.”

Customer: “What? That’s ridiculous!”

Me: “I agree. However, if you buy our DSL package for $**.**, you can use Google all you want and it’ll be FREE!”

Customer: “Really? Then why would anyone ever be stupid enough to want to buy Google?”

Me: “Beats me, sir.”


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  • Junn Art

    Narrowing down your mind to this moron’s level of comprehension in order to get the deal. I would have never thought about that! Brilliant!

    • Difdi

      The problem is, it can backfire easily. Lowering yourself to an idiot’s level gives the idiot the advantage, because they’re experts at operating on that level.

      • Bel-Shamharoth

        I think “when dealing with idiots, never stoop to their level. They will beat you with experience” is the quote you were looking for.