His Brain Is Offline

, , , , , | Right | October 19, 2018

(I work in a video game store that also rents consoles by the hour. However, for some reason, since I opened, there has been no Internet connection. As such, our Xbox One is completely unplayable and some games in our Xbox 360 consoles that require an account to log in are also inaccessible until it’s solved with the company. A regular customer comes to the front desk.)

Customer: “Hey, can I get one hour of Black Ops 3?”

Me: “I’m sorry, we have no Internet and the games on the One aren’t playable.”

Customer: “Oh, okay… then give me an hour of GTA V in the 360.”

Me: “Sure thing.” *I start to get the controller*

Customer: “Can you put it online, please?”

Me: “Um… we don’t have any Internet. Sorry.”

Customer: “Oh, right. Then just get me Gears of War instead.”

(I do as he says and then go to attend some customers at the register. Soon I notice he’s flagging me down.)

Me: “Yes?”

Customer: “The game isn’t letting me log into Xbox Live.”

Me: “…”

(Luckily, this time he really understood the concept of not having Internet.)

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