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Unfiltered Story #32426

Unfiltered | July 21, 2016

(When i was in middle school I had a book that I had shown to the class. I was ambushed by an older boy when I was leaving for home.)

Bully: Give it to me.

Me: Never!

(I ran off to the climbing frame. He told his minions to go after me and they stole the book. When I got it back the next day it was scribbled in. I shouted that he had ruined my book but the boy denied this. The teacher sided with him. I was unlucky in middle school.)

Unfiltered Story #67246

Unfiltered | July 21, 2016

[[A customer comes in with a pair of fishing overalls that scans in at 74.99.]]

Customer: “That’s not right. It’s supposed to be 7.49”

[[I find this weird, since these items are typically on the expensive side, and take a look. Upon closer inspection, I discover the ink has faded off the 9 in the price sticker, and point it out.]]

Me: “I’m sorry, sir, but if you look very closely here, there are two nines. The pricing gun must’ve run out of ink at the end there–”

Customer: *getting angry* “No! That sticker said 7.49 and I want it for 7.49!”

Me: “I’m sorry sir, but I can’t give that big a discount. Oh, and not only that, but if you’ll look here, the seven and four are twice as large as the nine, meaning they’re the dollar amount, and–”

Customer: “So, what, you want me to bring a goddamn ruler to measure your price numbers?! Get your manager and give me this for 7.49!”
[[I call the manager, who tells the customer the same things I told him. The customer gets angrier and angrier and demands he get it for the other price, despite myself and the manager saying we can’t do that.]]

Customer: “What kind of fucking game are you trying to pull, you two?!”

Manager: “I assure you, this is not a game–”

Customer: “Bull! You know what? This customer service is shit, and I won’t shop here anymore!” [[grins, looking smug]] “What do you say to that?”

Manager: “I say is there anything else you’d like us to help you with, sir?”

Customer: “Yeah, you can blow your prices out your ass!” [[begins to storm off]]

Me: “Have a wonderful day, sir! Sorry about that!”

Customer: “Fuck you!” [[leaves]]

Me: “….so can I take my–”

Manager: “Yeah, you can go on break.”

Unfiltered Story #18506

Unfiltered | July 21, 2016

(My family and I were on a domestic flight to visit some of my relatives in another city. On board the flight was a Japanese family who sat a few seats away from me, who most likely had wanted to spend vacation. When the plane had landed, my family and the Japanese family exchanged confused glances with each other since there was only one aisle on the plane and we didn’t know who would go first. After a few seconds, a little boy from the Japanese family began to talk.)

Little boy: *in Japanese, with a bright smile* You can go first! *gestures towards the aisle* (I didn’t exactly know what he was saying so this was just a rough translation on what I think he said.)

Me: *flustered, in Japanese* Ah, thank you! (I only know basic Japanese phrases.)

(He was such a polite little boy! And to think that he did so as a foreigner outside his home country, I will never forget that!)

Unfiltered Story #28153

Unfiltered | July 21, 2016

(My brother and I are waiting for my cousin to pick us up from work. Normally I drive us but I loaned my car to my cousin who needed to run some errands. Instead of meeting us when we get out, we wait thirty minutes before we see my car speed around the corner. It then swerves and clips a car going the opposite direction. I see both cars pull over as we start walking toward the accident. Instead of my cousin I see my dad stagger out and nearly fall under the car. The police are called as soon as my dad tries to get back in the car this is the conversation we have.)

Officer: Your father has a suspended license, he should not be driving especially in this condition.

Me: I understand that. He has never been aloud to drive my car. My cousin was supposed to me and my brother up.

Officer: Well how did he get your car?

Me: I have no idea.

Officer: Well he is going to be arrested for driving on a suspended license and driving under the influence.

Me: Good could you keep him there.

(It turns out my cousin dropped my car off at my house an hour before we got off work. My dad was already drunk when he got my keys and went out drinking some more. Some how he remembered to pick us up. My car needed to be towed, my dad was arrested, and my brother and I had to wait another hour for our mom to get off work before we got a ride home. And no the police didn’t keep my dad.)

Unfiltered Story #32425

Unfiltered | July 20, 2016

I’m a pastor’s daughter who also loves to learn, so I’m very well versed in Bible facts. On this particular day, an older member of our church is filling in for our sunday school teacher.

Substitute Teacher: So the King James Bible was the first complete Bible written after Jesus lived, and that’s why it is the best one to use.

Me: (raising my hand) Um…actually that’s not true.

Substitute Teacher: Of course it’s true. The King James Bible is the oldest Bible, the closest to the original events.

Me: No, not counting Greek, the Latin Vulgate is technically the oldest translation. The King James Version is a translation completed in 1611 and is named after King James I of England. More recent translations are often considered better because they are in modern english and come from older greek and hebrew documents that weren’t discovered until more recently, like the Dead Sea Scrolls.

He continued to disagree and refused to believe that the KJV was NOT written in the 1st century. I had to go and find one on the shelf to show him the copyright date.