No, Thank YOU!

| | Right | June 15, 2008

Customer: “You have shoe with knife on bottom?”

Me: “Sorry?”

Customer: “Shoe with knife on bottom!”

Me: “Do you mean ice skates?”

Customer: “Yes, skate!”

Me: “Yes, we do sell ice skates.”

Customer: “NO! You have skate?”

Me: “Yes, we do.”

Customer: “So you have shoe with knife on bottom?”

Me: “Yes, we do.”

Customer: “Thank you!”

Me: “You’re welcome–”

Customer: “Thank you!”

Me: “You’re wel–”

Customer: “Thank you!”


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  • Trillium

    Makes one wonder why are they called generic “ice skates” instead of badass “knifeboots”.
    People who determine what words are canonically right terms for things are all boring assholes.

    • EJ Nauls-Poland

      My theory is that they were originally called knifeboots, then someone (probably the same guy in the UK that decided to misspell aluminum) changed the name because of how impractical they were in combat.