Credited Childsplay

| USA | Right | January 15, 2014

(I work for a service that answers phones for TV commercials. One commercial in particular is giving us all fits! It is for a cup that freezes sweet liquids into slush-ice. The kids have been calling in, in DROVES, trying to get one. The offer is to be paid with a credit card and you have to be 18 or over to get it. This caller sounds like a five year old.)

Me: “Thank you for calling for [Cup Product]! How may I help you?”

Caller: “Yeah. I wanna [Cup Product] thing.”

Me: “Ma’am, do you have a credit card?”

Caller: “Yeah. It’s 123456789.”

Me: “I’m sorry, but that is not a card number. How old are you?”

Caller: “Uh… I’m a hundred.”

Me: “Ma’am, please get your mommy to come to the phone. If you want a [Cup Product], you have to have an adult with a credit card.”

Caller: *getting crafty* “Uh, well, I already ordered it an’ used my Mommy’s—uh, my card. So, you can send it. Okay?”

Me: “Now look, honey… You need to have an ADULT come to the phone. Go get someone older.”

Caller: “Okay.”

(There is the sound of the receiver being put down, then instantly picked up again. I hear the same voice, now pitched much lower.)

Caller: “Hello? This is my Daddy. Please send me the [Cup Product] thingy, please!”

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Store Of The D***ed, Part 2

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Children Left Unattended

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Ridiculous Amounts Of Change

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All Snowing, Not All Knowing

| Edmonton, AB, Canada | Right | January 15, 2014

Man: “Hey, bro. Do you know when the number seven bus is coming?”

Me: “It should’ve been here five minutes ago.”

Man: “Un-f******-believable. I bet you anything the driver’s a woman or old.”

Me: “Um… or this heavy snow delayed the bus, as it has for the last two days.”

(Five minutes later…)

Man: “F*** sakes, I got places to be. B**** needs to hurry up!”

Me: “Calm down, man. You don’t know what happened.”

Man: “Stop trying to stick up for these f****** lazy-a** drivers.”

(I decide not to bother. Ten minutes later the bus arrives. We get on.)

Man: “F****** finally. We’ve been waiting for an hour in the snow!”

Driver: “I’m sorry. I was delayed by an accident. Sounds pretty bad; I had to be rerouted so the ambulances could get there.”

(The man goes silent.)

Me: “I hope you’re f****** happy now.”

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