In The Twilight Of Their Youth

| Perth, Australia | Right | October 21, 2010

(I’m serving a family at the box office. The wife keeps looking nervously at the Vampires Suck poster we have on display.)

Me: “You’ll be in Cinema 6 for Tomorrow. Enjoy your movie guys!”

Wife: “Excuse me, I just have one question.”

Me: “Yes?”

Wife: *leans in close* “Are people actually watching Vampires Suck?”

Me: “Yes, it’s very popular with young teenagers and has sold out a few times.”

Wife: “But… but… it’s insulting Twilight!”

Me: “I know, I saw it too.”

(The husband quickly grabs his wife by the arm before she can say anything else.)

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Popcon

| Calgary, AB, Canada | Right | October 17, 2010

(A customer walks up holding a large red bag of popcorn to be refilled.)

Customer: “Hi, could I please get a refill?”

Me: “Did you buy this popcorn today?”

Customer: “Yes.”

Me: “Oh, that’s weird because we stopped selling these popcorn bags a month ago. We have black bags now.”

Customer: “Oh…”

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Thankful For A Thankless Job

| Florida, USA | Right | September 20, 2010

(I am working behind the concession stand on Thanksgiving day.)

Me: “How can I help you?”

Customer: “Can I buy some of that food over there?”

(They point to the employee’s Thanksgiving food we have to eat between shows.)

Me: “No, sir, I’m sorry it’s not for sale.”

Customer: “Why not? That’s ridiculous.”

Me: “Our families brought us that food for Thanksgiving since we have to be here instead of celebrating with them. I can’t sell it to you.”

Customer: “You’re so selfish!”

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Finding Emo

| Georgia, USA | Right | September 6, 2010

(At my theater our uniforms are all black. I am tearing tickets when two teenage girls walk up. They are looking around very confused.)

Me: “Can I help you?”

Customer: *looking lost* “Do you work here?”

Me: “Yes.”

Customer: Oh! We thought you were just goth.”

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3D Vision Vs Pre-Vision

| Tempe, AZ, USA | Right | September 4, 2010

Customer: “Two.”

Me: “For which movie?”

Customer: *silence*

Me: “Which movie would you like to see?”

Customer: *silence*

Me: “Can you hear me?”

Customer: “Yes, I said two!”

Me: “I heard that, but you have to tell me which movie you want to see before I can sell you a ticket.”

Customer: “Oh, I have to pick one?”

Me: “Yes.”

Customer: “Well how should I know what I want to see? I haven’t seen any of them yet!”

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