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The Ones Who Claim To Be The Most Christian Are Usually The Least

, , , , | Right | August 24, 2021

I’m a female working in a tech shop, repairing computers. A woman comes in dressed head-to-toe in black with a long skirt and a large cross necklace.

Me: “Hello! How may I help you?”

Customer: *Scowls* “I want you to fix my computer right now, missy! And do it for cheap!”

Me: “Okay, let’s take a look here.”

I open the browser and immediately see multiple pop-up ads for different things, including adult websites, gaming, and so on.

Me: “Okay, it looks like you’ve been going to [Religious Website] every day.”

Customer: *Scoffs* “Yes.”

Me: “Well, that site has a bunch of malware. I personally prefer—”

Customer: “You little heathen! How dare you say that [Religious Website] is contaminated?! You’re probably a devil worshipper!”

Me: “No, actually, I go to church every Sunday. It’s just that you can’t always trust certain religious websites, and this is one of them. I personally prefer [Different Website] because it has no malware. The way you can tell if it’s got malware is by—”

Customer: “SHUT THE F*** UP! I don’t care about your hip new website. I want you to fix this one!”

Me: “Okay, first of all, watch your language. There are kids here. Secondly, I don’t control what goes on the Internet. You need to stop going to this website. I can clean out your computer for [price], or you can do it yourself and I can walk you through it. Or you can buy a new laptop altogether, which would probably be best, based on the amount of crap on here. I will not tolerate you cursing at me and calling me names. I am a Christian and I go to church every Sunday morning with my parents.”


Me: “Of course.”

I found my supervisor and warned him about her. He looked furious, and I thought I was in trouble for a second, but he went straight to the woman and told her to watch her mouth or he’d throw her out. He said the same thing I said about cleaning out the computer.

She finally agreed and paid in cash, muttering about how I was a female dog and the church hated witches like me. My boss cleaned her computer and told her not to return unless she planned on being nice.

She hasn’t been back since.

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