Not Always Right: The Comic – Character Bio: Rose

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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 latest Comics Roundup here!

Allow us to introduce you to one of our regular employees; Rose. Being an experienced bartender at ‘Schenanigan’s’ means that she’s seen it all, and has learned not to suffer fools lightly. Bad customers will quickly learn that Rose is always right, no matter what the name of this website is!

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May Theme Of The Month: Movie Mayhem!

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Introducing May’s Theme Of The Month: Movie Mayhem!

Entering is easy:

  1. Submit a funny or interesting story about this month’s theme: Movie Mayhem. Share a story about how your bad customer experience can relate to the movies!
  2. At the end of the month, we’ll feature our favorite Theme Of The Month stories in a roundup!

Tipped To Be Persistent

, | Moberly, MO, USA | Bizarre, Money

(I work as a janitor.)

Me: *sweeping floors before finding a lady looking lost* “Do you need help finding something?”

Lady: “Oh, sure-gel for…” *looks at me holding a broom* “Oh, don’t mind me, sweetie. I’ll find it.”

Me: “For canning? You sure? I can take you to it.”

Lady: “But you’re sweeping. I don’t want to interrupt.”

Me: “Ma’am, it’s on the other side of the store. Let me show you.”

Lady: “All right…”

(Cue criss-crossing the store as I help her find several hard to locate items.)

Lady: “I think that’s it. You’ve been so helpful. Here…” *tries to hand me a $5 bill*

Me: *holds my hands up palm forward* “No can do, ma’am. Can’t accept tips.”

Lady: “Nonsense, you’ve helped me more than anyone who’s actually supposed to!”

(She tries to dive to my pockets to slide money in.)

Me: *slams hands on top of the pockets before she gets there, backpedalling* “Nope! You have a nice day!”

(Thirty minutes later I’m collecting trash from the bins. The lady is trying to sneak up on me, hand reaching for my pocket with money in it. I barely spot her in time, turning and stuffing my hands in my pocket.)

Me: “Still no can do. I appreciate the offer, though.”

Lady: “Oh, shut up.” *smiling, she grabs my collar, pulls my shirt open and stuffs the bill down the front of my shirt*

Lady: “Tell your bosses where they can shove that tip if they don’t like it!”

Me: *stunned silence*

(Upon telling my boss, he laughs and shrugs.)

Boss: “You can either donate it to CMN, or forget you told me about it. Wasn’t anything you could do about it.”