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The Price Of Laziness

, , , , | Right | July 26, 2010

Customer: “My phone doesn’t work. It has dial sound only!”

Me: “Okay, what I need you to do is to reset your phone by disconnecting it from the power and try the main phone connection.”

Customer: “No, I don’t have time to do that. You have to send out a serviceman and fix this now!”

Me: “Yes, of course we can do that. However, if the serviceman discovers that the problem is related to your phone or cables, you will have to pay for the service which is 1875NOK (around $290 USD).”

Customer: “What did you say that I had to do first?”


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Overly Essaying The Situation

, , , , | Right | July 15, 2010

Me: “What can I help you with today, sir?”

Customer: “Well, for starters, you can talk to that girl at the front desk. She made me fill out so much paperwork!”

Me: “I’m sorry. She must have been mistaken. Can you show me the forms you were asked to complete?”

Customer: “No. I don’t have them.”

Me: *confused* “Where are they?”

(The man proceeds to lead me to the front desk and gestures at the sign-in sheet where visitors are asked to write their name and zip code.)

Customer: “This! She made me write all this!”


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Too Lazy Even For The Devil’s Playthings

, , , , | Right | May 15, 2010

Customer: “How do I send a picture from my phone?”

Me:  “I can definitely help out. Is the picture in your inbox or in your images?”

Customer: “Images.”

Me: “Great. Highlight the image you want to send, press the Options key, and select Send as MMS.”

Customer: “Why the h*** do I have to do all the work?”


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Why Judgment Day’s Gonna Be A Cakewalk, Part 2

, , , , | Right | November 24, 2009

Customer: “Excuse me, how do I get out?”

Me: “The door is right over there, ma’am.”

Customer: “Yes, but it’s not opening.”

Me: “It isn’t an automatic door.”

Customer: “So, how do I get out?”

Laziness Has Its Advantages

, , | Right | October 2, 2009

Me: “Hi, welcome to [Hospital]. How can I help you?”

Visitor: “I’d like to file a complaint. Is there a paper or something I can fill out?”

Me: “Sure. There are feedback forms right–”

Visitor: “[Patient]’s room is too far away! I’ve had to walk around this place too much. Too much walking. I don’t want to do any more walking!”

Me: “Okay. There are forms right on that desk over there.” *I point to desk a few feet away*

Visitor: “No, no, no! Forget it! If they’re too far away I don’t wanna do it! I don’t wanna walk that far! Goodbye!” *walks out of the hospital*


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