Weekend Roundup: Prank You Very Much

| Right | April 1, 2012

Prank You Very Much! Happy April Fools’ Day, readers! This week, we share five stories that show the foolish hazards of pulling a fast one!

  1. Impractical Jokes:
    Guys, take note: a fake stabbing to freak out your wife might result in a real stabbing—by your wife!
  2. Bohemian Nobody:
    Customer, oo-oo-oo-ooh // Didn’t mean to make you cry // If you’re not back again this time tomorrow // Go away, go away // Your pranks don’t really matter…
  3. Prankin’ Like It’s 1929:
    This elderly caller’s prank is probably older than your grandparents, but he proves laughter IS the best medicine—especially when it’s at your expense!
  4. Your Prank Got Spanked, Part 2:
    A caller learns the hard way that if you’re gonna prank an employee, at least be original!
  5. Morbid Curiosity Killed The Cat:
    Note to prank callers: your cat is NOT a get-out-of-jail-free card!

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Weekend Roundup: Grandmothers Gone Wild

| Related | March 18, 2012

Grandmothers Gone Wild! This week, we share five stories that show grandmas still have plenty of gas in the tank!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weekend Roundup: A Day In An Employee’s Life

| Right | March 18, 2012

A Day In An Employee’s Life. This week, we share five stories that share the ups and downs (well, mostly the latter) of being an employee. If you’ve ever wanted to share with a friend what your job is like, send them this roundup!

  1. Teaching The Next Generation:
    Fold…unfold…fold…unfold…It’s a wonder more clothing store employees haven’t gone crazy!
  2. A Time To Laugh, But Mostly A Time To Cry:
    This one will get you teary eyed: A customer’s precocious little girl leaves a big, smelly surprise in the changing room.
  3. Mrs. Understanding:
    Teach your children by example…the example of poor, suffering employees, that is.
  4. In This War, There Are No Winners:
    When they say “stick it to the man,” they probably weren’t referring to the guy stuck cleaning up your mess with a mop and a broom.
  5. Nothin’ Like A Good Old Existential Meltdown:
    Customers often ask stupid questions, but on occasion they can have profoundly earth-shattering ramifications.

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Weekend Roundup: Customers To The Rescue!

| Right | March 11, 2012

Introducing Weekend Roundups: each week, we’ll be featuring some of our favorite stories from the Not Always Right archives.

Customers To The Rescue! This week, we share five stories that show customers aren’t all bad–in fact, some are downright heroic!

  1. He Fought The Law, And The Law Won:
    Don’t pretend to be a lawyer…especially if Ally McBeal is standing behind you.
  2. Fighting Fire With Fire:
    What’s better than a knight in shining armor? Try eight of them.
  3. We Need One Of These In Every Store:
    An abusive customer learns how getting picked on feels, UFC-fighter style.
  4. Retail Defender, AntiCheapskate Edition:
    A foul-mouthed cheapskate gets exactly what he paid for.
  5. We Need One OF These In Every Store, Part 3:
    An impatient customer learns that pulling the racism card can be a big mistake.

Weekend Roundup: Kids Say The Awesomest Things

| Right | March 4, 2012

Introducing Weekend Roundups: each week, we’ll be featuring some of our favorite stories from the Not Always Right archives.

Kids Say The Awesomest Things! This week, we share five stories that show that kids are not only our best customers, but can be an employee’s best friend!

  1. Ah, Children:
    A misbehaving customer gets put in the time-out corner…by a toddler.
  2. They Swim Where The Sun Doesn’t Shine:
    When Blade meets The Little Mermaid, awesome ensues.
  3. Making A Hug(e) Difference:
    Every store needs a kid like this…seriously, can Not Always Right adopt this boy?
  4. Vocabulary, Meet Veracity:
    Proof that kids hear everything parents say.
  5. They Grow Up Too Fast:
    When the rubber hits the road, Ultimate Driving Machines come in all sizes.