Weekly Roundup: Customers To The Rescue, Part 2!

Not Always Right | Awesome Customers, Roundups

Customers To The Rescue, Part 2! In this week’s roundup, we continue with another five stories that show customers aren’t all bad! See Customers To The Rescue, Part 1.

  1. Navy Seal’s Fate is Sealed (7,386 thumbs up)
    A Navy bully learns about chain of command the hard way!
  2. Can I Show You My Social Insecurity Card (2,776 thumbs up)
    An uncooperative video game store customer finds out that rated “M” doesn’t always stand for “Mature.”
  3. Learning By Example (8,426 thumbs up)
    A late-returning video rental customer “returns” to school, thanks to a learned-but-loud regular!
  4. Random Acts Of Wetness (3,793 thumbs up)
    This car wash customer may be a bad driver, but at least she drives away trouble.
  5. Choose Your Battles (4,077 thumbs up)
    When a 240 lb, 6’7″ wrestler tells an uncooperative customer not to mess with the help, he’d best listen!

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PS #2: Read more roundups here!

I Don’t Work Here Does Not Work Here, Part 3

| Florida, USA | Extra Stupid

(I used to work at this drugstore store before I left to have my child; note that the bathrooms have a lock on them to avoid theft. This take place almost two years after I’ve gone. I’ve stopped in to have lunch with a former coworker, and have my daughter in a stroller when a customer walks up to me.)

Customer: “You! I need to be let into the bathroom.”

Me: *confused* “Okay…”

Customer: “Well, aren’t you going to let me in?!”

Me: “I don’t work here.”

Customer: “Don’t lie to me. I’ve seen you here before!”

Me: “Well, I used to work here, but that was almost two years ago.”

Customer: “So, are you going to let me in?”

Me: “I can’t. I don’t know the code.”

Customer: “But you work here!”

Me: “Sir, no I don’t. I haven’t worked here in almost two years. They change the codes every six months.”

Customer: “You’re just being lazy and don’t want to work!”

Me: “Why would I be at work with my kid?”

Customer: “Don’t play games with me. Just open the d*** door!”

(At this point, an assistant manager who I know walks over.)

Assistant Manager: “Is there a problem?”

Customer: “Yes! This lazy b**** won’t do her d*** job and open the bathroom up!”

Assistant Manager: “She doesn’t work here, and you need to watch how you speak to people.”

Customer: “F*** you!”

Assistant Manager: “Now I have to ask you to leave.”

Customer: “YOU CAN’T KICK ME OUT!”

Assistant Manager: “Yeah, I can. The bathroom is for paying customers only.”

Customer: “Then I’ll buy something!”

Assistant Manager: “That ship has sailed. I suggest you go next door to the fast food restaurant.”

Customer: “I’LL SUE YOU!”

Me: “For what exactly? Badgering another customer because you have some delusion that we are keeping the bathroom all to ourselves?”

Customer:“You can’t talk to me like that! I DEMAND she be fired!”

Assistant Manager: “You want me to fire someone who doesn’t work here?”

Customer: “WHY WON’T ANY OF YOU DO YOUR JOBS?!” *runs out of the store, screaming about the bathroom*

Related:
I Don’t Work Here Does Not Work Here, Part 2
I Don’t Work Here Does Not Work Here

It Pays To Be Patient, Part 3

, | Minnesota, USA | At The Checkout, Awesome Customers, Food & Drink

(I am a manager at a fast food restaurant. Things have been running behind in the kitchen, so we are caught off-guard with a long line of cars, forcing customers to wait while their food is cooked. I deliver an order to one particularly unhappy customer.)

Me: “Here you go, sir. I’m so sorry about the wait.”

Customer: *snatches the bag from my hands and screeches off without a word*

(A couple days later, I am working the morning shift again and the same man comes through the drive-thru.)

Customer: “Excuse me, were you the girl I was angry with the other morning?”

Me: “Yes, sir. I’m so sorry for making you wait so long.”

Customer: “No, I’m sorry. You were just trying to do your job. Have a nice day!”

(The customer proceeds to place a 10 dollar bill in my hand. I definitely had a nice day!)

Related:
It Pays To Be Patient, Part 2
It Pays To Be Patient

Extras Roundup: Customer Comics By Angela Patton

Not Always Right | Roundups

Do you enjoy a good comic? If so, check out these funny pieces by the talented Angela Patton from our  Extras section that we hope you enjoy as much as we do. Don’t forget to Like us on Facebook!

I’m Bleeding Here!
(72 thumbs up)
The Electronics “Department”
(57 thumbs up)
We’re Doomed
(98 thumbs up)
You’ll Get Used To It
(58 thumbs up)
B**** B**** B****
(18 thumbs up)
Just Play Along
(29 thumbs up)

Do you have a funny comic to share or did you create one of your own? Share it with us! We’d love to hear from you.

And You Wonder Why We Have Canned Responses

| Hazleton, PA, USA | Crazy Requests

Customer: “Hey, you! Where is your canned corn?”

(Note that customer has just walked into my aisle from another aisle where all the canned vegetables are.)

Me: “All canned vegetables are in aisle 4. Did you happen to look there on your way here?”

Customer: “Are you an idiot? That’s your job to look, not mine. And you didn’t even look for them. How do you know they are where you say?”

Me: “I assure you, I’ve worked here for quite some time and that is where they are located. If you would go back down to aisle 4 and look on the left hand side, about a quarter the way down you will find the corn.”

Customer: “NO! You will go and look for me. Where do they find you people? It’s YOUR job to go look and not MINE. That’s what you losers are hired for.”

Me: “Yes, I’ll be right back.”

(I walk out of my aisle, go to the aisle with the canned vegetables to double check, and return to the customer.)

Customer: “Well?”

Me: “As I stated, they are in aisle 4.”

Customer: “But now you KNOW they are there because you LOOKED!”

Me: *trying to maintain composure* “Have a nice day.”

Customer: “F*** you, retard!”

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