Eau de Toilet

, | Eau Claire, WI, USA | At The Checkout

(I am ringing up a customer. While she is waiting for me to finish, I suggest that she tries our fragrances.)

Customer: *sprays fragrance* “This stuff smells like a toilet.”

Me: *speechless*

Customer’s friend: *laughs hysterically*

Customer: “It’s not a bad thing, though. It smells like a clean toilet.”

In Other Words

| Calgary, Alberta, Canada | Uncategorized

(A man is browsing through the lingerie and I approach to see if he needs help.)

Me: “Are you shopping for a gift for your girlfriend?”

Customer: “Naw, it’s for shawty, my hollaback girl!”

When The Unforgettable Meets The Incorrigible

, | Baton Rouge, LA, USA | Uncategorized

(I have just started working at popular women’s lingerie store and still don’t really know all of the bras that we sell.)

Customer: “I am looking for a bra. I don’t know the name of it, but I know what it looks like.”

Me: “Well, if you can tell me about it, I can help you find it.”

Customer: “I think it’s called the Unstoppable.”

Me: “Oh, that’s the Unforgettable.”

Customer: “No, no, that’s not it.”

Me: “Well, would you like me to show you the bra I have in mind?”

Customer: “No, thank you! You have been no help at all and if I see a manager, I’m going to talk to her.”

(The customer walks off and then comes back holding the Unforgettable bra.)

Customer: “I found it! It was the Unforgettable, just like I told you!”

We Smurfs Stick Together

, | Michigan, USA | Top, Uncategorized

Manager: “And who was helping you today?”

Customer #1: *points to me* “That nice blue haired girl over there. I think it’s so fun that she has blue hair. Very unique.”

Manager: “We think it’s awesome. Have a good day!” *turns to next customer* “Hello! Who helped you out today?”

Customer #2: *points to me* “That heathen with the blue devil hair and no makeup on.”

Manager: “That’ll be $34.50. You have a nice day.”

Customer #2: *yells across store* “Thank you for the help, heathen!”

Every worker in the store: “YOU’RE WELCOME!”

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall And Not For Sale

, | St. Paul, MN, USA | Uncategorized

(I work in a second hand clothing store. The store has racks of clothes and a couple full length mirrors. A man walks in.)

Customer: “Where are your mirrors for sale?”

Me: “Um, we don’t sell mirrors.”

Customer: “What do you sell?”

Me: “Clothing. We’re a clothing store.”

Customer: “What kind of a place is this?!” *storms out*

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