This Is Why We’re In A Recession, Part 73

, , , , , , | Right | January 16, 2018

Cashier: “Is that going to be a debit or credit?”

Guest: “I don’t know; it’s the card for your store!”

Cashier: “We offer both a debit and credit card. Is it attached to a checking account at a bank, or do you have a line of credit with the store?”

Guest: “Well, how am I supposed to know that?”

Cashier: “It’s your card. Does it come from a bank account, or are you paying it off at the store?”

Guest: *looks at her husband* “Why are people so stupid these days? I guess it’s a credit.”


This Is Why We’re In A Recession, Part 72
This Is Why We’re In A Recession, Part 71
This Is Why We’re In A Recession, Part 70

Unfiltered Story #103714

, , , | Unfiltered | January 16, 2018

(I work in a small store so when it gets slow I walk the store and check on customers.)

Me: *to an older gentleman* “Are you still finding everything alright?”

Older Gentleman: *walks away and ignores me*

(I stand where I am for a moment, a little taken aback as older customers are usually very nice to me.)

Younger Customer: *looks at me, looks at older customer, looks back at me* “Well I am finding everything perfectly fine! Thank you for asking!”

Unfiltered Story #103696

, , , | Unfiltered | January 16, 2018

(I am the furniture manager, at a retail establishment that sells close out items mostly. Our motto is surprising savings in every aisle everyday. On this particular day a customer comes in for the second time in two weeks to buy a couch. His wife is a different breed that is skinny, but has huge boobs. She is wearing extremely short shorts and a halter top.)

Me: “The total for the first order is 748.00 and for the second order is 60.69.”

Husband: “You hear that baby, the total has 69 in it. Looks like we’re breaking in the couch when we get home.”

(The wife grabs his junk and smiles and winks. I just smile mortified, wanting to go home.)

Parenting Doesn’t Have To Be Reserved For Children

, , , , , , | Friendly | January 15, 2018

(I’m standing in line with my toddler. There are a couple of young men behind me, who look to be in their late teens or early twenties, talking and joking with each other.)

Guy #1: *very loudly, leaning slightly toward me* “Y’know, some people don’t even look old enough to be parents, [Guy #2].”

Me: *turns around* “Well, I’m twenty-eight, so…”

(I turn back around, and the first guy stammers a bit while the other one laughs.)

Guy #2: “Haha! Serves you right!” *pause* “Oh, my God, dude, you’re turning so red right now!”

(Hopefully that will teach him to mind his own business.)

Not Feeling This Story Anymore

, , , , , | Working | January 15, 2018

(I work in the fitting room. One of my duties is answering all incoming telephone calls. One day it is rather slow. A coworker is hanging out near the fitting room, and we are chatting.)

Coworker: “When I was in high school, my youth pastor would have us all over to his house and—”

(The phone rings.)

Coworker: “—I’ll finish my story after you get that.”

Me: *not really paying much attention to what I’m saying* “Thank you for calling [Store]. How may I feel you today?”

(My coworker bursts out laughing. I don’t know if the customer notices, because she doesn’t say anything about it, just asks to be transferred to a certain department.)

Coworker: “I’m not going to finish my story. It can’t compete with that.”

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