Not Always Right: The Comic – Roundup #3

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Not Always Right: The Comic is a series of funny comic strips inspired by true events based on stories submitted by you, our readers! Check out our roundup of the latest Comics from Not Always Right!

Anna Oprahnina

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See the original story here!

 

The Land Of The Free To Be Who You Are

Not Always Right: The Comic – The Land Of The Free To Be Who You Are
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He Fought The Law And The Law Won

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Fifty Shades Of (Christian) Grey

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Crashed Diet

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Pay It Forwards, Driving Backwards

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Red Light Bulb Moment

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Past comic roundups can be found here!
Roundup #1
Roundup #2

If you want to know more about our comics and their amazing artist Amanda Kay Baker, or you think you have the perfect bad-customer related story that can be transformed into a comic, then click here!

The Battle Of Black Friday

| Right | September 28, 2015

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Not Always Right: The Comic – Roundup #3

Not Always Right | Right | September 28, 2015

comic_header_updated

Not Always Right: The Comic is a series of funny comic strips inspired by true events based on stories submitted by you, our readers! Check out our roundup of the latest Comics from Not Always Right!

Anna Oprahnina

010_oprah_copy
See the original story here!

 

The Land Of The Free To Be Who You Are

Not Always Right: The Comic – The Land Of The Free To Be Who You Are
See the original story here!

 

He Fought The Law And The Law Won

NotAlwaysRight.com - He Fought The Law & The Law Won
See the original story here!

 

Fifty Shades Of (Christian) Grey

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See the original story here!

 

Crashed Diet

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See the original story here!

 

Pay It Forwards, Driving Backwards

drive_thru_copy
See the original story here!

 

Red Light Bulb Moment

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See the original story here!

Past comic roundups can be found here!
Roundup #1
Roundup #2

If you want to know more about our comics and their amazing artist Amanda Kay Baker, or you think you have the perfect bad-customer related story that can be transformed into a comic, then click here!

Announcement: Read Unfiltered Stories on NotAlwaysRight.com!

| Right | September 28, 2015

Hey readers! We’re pleased to announce that Not Always Right’s Unfiltered stories will now be posted on NotAlwaysRight.com/category/unfiltered, instead of on Tumblr.

What are Unfiltered stories?
Unfiltered stories are raw, unedited and unformatted stories. They do not meet our standards of quality, so we’ve historically posted them on a separate Tumblr site.

Will they show on the main timeline/feed of the site?
Nope! We don’t want to adversely affect the quality of your reading experience, so Unfiltered stories will only be visible here. For your convenience, we also have a persistent link in our top navbar.

So, an Unfiltered story can never ever make it onto the main timeline?
Usually, no. But we’ve seen a few Unfiltered stories go viral, and have therefore transferred them onto the main site. In other words, we do make mistakes and want to make sure every good story gets its chance to shine!

What happens to the Unfiltered Tumblr site?
Not to worry: we won’t delete the Unfiltered Tumblr, ever. But we will stop updating that site, so we can focus on posting to the main site.

Why did you decide to do this?
We want to make our unfiltered stories more accessible to you; putting them on a separate site with a completely different UX runs counter to that goal. Also, if you’re a submitter, we appreciate the time you’ve put into submitting your story to us, and therefore want to increase the chances it’ll be read.

How often will Unfiltered be updated?
Daily! In fact, there will be more stories on Unfiltered than there are on the main timeline. How many? We post less than 30% of the stories we receive, so, LOTS of extra stories for you to read!

When will this happen?
It already has — visit the new Unfiltered category now!

Customers Are Cry-Babies

| London, England, UK | Right | September 28, 2015

(I work in a clothing store with 3 floors, and the fitting rooms are on the top floor. I have been chatting with a customer, admiring her adorable baby. Five minutes later, I notice the stroller is in the corner, baby fast asleep, but the mother is nowhere to be seen.)

Me: *on the store walkies* “Hey, guys, I’ve got a sleeping baby downstairs and the mother doesn’t seem to be down here. She’s blonde with a cool red leather jacket. Can anyone see her on their floor?”

Colleague: “Yeah, I just put her in a fitting room up here! Let me check in with her. I didn’t know she had a kid with her!”

(A couple of minutes pass.)

Colleague: “Yeah… She’s ‘just trying on a couple things and will be back in a minute.'”

Manager: “Um, no. Can you let her know that we are not responsible for her child, and she needs to come downstairs right away? We have a customer lift so she can bring the stroller up to the fitting rooms.”

Me: “Oh, god, it’s crying. What do I do?”

(I enjoy the cuteness of babies, but they freak me out.)

Colleague: “She’s on her way down, and she is NOT happy.”

Me: “Neither is her baby!”

(The customer comes stomping down the stairs, various items of clothing hanging off of her.)

Customer: “WHAT DID YOU DO?! SHE WAS SLEEPING!”

Me: “Ma’am, I haven’t touched the stroller at all, but you really can’t leave your child unat—”

Customer: “Ugh, well, of COURSE she’s crying. You need to rock the stroller back and forth! God!! What kind of idiot are you?!”

(My manager appears, as if by magic.)

Manager: “Ma’am, my staff are not your babysitting service. We have elevators and large fitting rooms specifically for our customers who want to bring their children while they shop. We will be as accommodating as possible, but you cannot just leave your baby down here without saying a word. Frankly, I don’t understand why you would want to leave her with a complete stranger. Please stop shouting at my employee. Honestly, the noise is just making your baby cry more.”

(The customer gapes like a fish for a minute, embarrassed, mutters a rather sulky apology, and goes back upstairs – with the baby, this time.)

Me: “You’re a lifesaver.”

Manager: “Why would she leave that baby here? You could be a psychopath for all she knows.”

Me: “…Thanks?”

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