E Is For Close Enough

| Davenport, IA, USA | Family & Kids

(Overheard in the video game section of a toy store.)

Kid: “That’s the game!”

(The father picks it up to read it as his child waits impatiently.)

Kid: “That’s the one! Let’s go!”

Father: “Hang on. I need to see if this is the right game for you.”

Kid: “But it’s rated ‘E!’ ‘E’ stands for ‘Anybody!'”

And Tell Voldemort He’s Next

| St. Louis, MO, USA | Geeks Rule

(I work in a toy store in a local mall. One day a man comes in and stands awkwardly to one side for a long while. I realize that something is…off about him, mentally. Finally, he approaches me.)

Me: “Hi, how may I help you today?”

Customer: “Have you seen Bellatrix Lestrange?”

Me: “We don’t carry any Harry Potter toys, but you might be able to find some Harry Potter stuff at Hot Topic.”

Customer: *looking completely serious* “No, I’m looking for Bellatrix. I’ve already killed Malfoy and now I’m looking for that b****.”

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Some Customers Just Waltz In

| Gaithersburg, MD, USA | Uncategorized

(I am a customer in the video game section of a toy store. Another customer comes in and approaches an employee.)

Customer: “Do you have the dance dance game?”

Employee: “We might. For which system?”

Customer: “Dancing?”

Employee: “No. We need to know, because they only work on the system they were meant for.”

Customer: “It’s for the television.”

Employee: “Yes, but-”

Customer: “You put the thing on the floor and jump around like this!”

(The customer starts jumping around. It is actually a fairly good representation of playing ‘Dance Dance Revolution’.)

The Birds And The Bees Talk, Illustrated (Comic)

| Belgium | Old Comics


Original Story | Comic by EvilNessie

Ah, Fathers, Part 5

| New York, NY, USA | Family & Kids, Holidays, Uncategorized

(I’m stocking the shelves. A male customer with a small child of about four comes up to me and asks if there is a post office near by. I tell him there is one a couple of blocks away. He looks at the
clock, then takes his son’s hand and prepares to walk out of the store. The child doesn’t want to go.)

Customer: *to the child* “Come on, we need to go to the post office. It’ll close soon.”

Child: “I want to look at toys.”

Customer: “We have to go now. We can come back later.”

Child: “You go. I’ll wait here and play.”

Customer: “You can’t.”

Child: “Why?”

Customer: “Because your dad will go to jail for that.”

(The child looks perplexed.)

Customer: *trying to explain* “Think smaller Christmas present. And you’ll have to stay with Grandma a lot.”

Related:
Ah, Fathers, Part 4
Ah, Fathers, Part 3
Ah, Fathers, Part 2
Ah, Fathers

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