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September 27 2014, 4am

...3 days ago


Has Their Bobble Head In The Clouds


(I’ve just finished shopping at a big box retailer in my city. I am heading to my car when I see a middle aged woman wandering around the parking lot pushing a huge cartload of items and looking very dazed and confused. Concerned for her, I make eye contact to get her attention.)

Me: “Ma’am, are you all right?”

Customer: “Oh, yes, I just can’t find my car. I’ve been looking for 20 minutes now! I always park right over here. It should be here!”

(The woman, while shouting some of her phrases, still manages to keep her voice monotone and remains looking very dazed and confused the entire time we speak.)

Me: “Have you tried the alarm?”

Customer: “Oh, no. It’s a 20 year old car. There’s no alarm. I just always park over here. It should be here.”

Me: “Well, what does it look like? Maybe I can spot it.”

Customer: “It’s a white Buick LeSabre. It should be right here. I always park over here.”

(I glance to the car parked right beside mine. It is a white Buick LeSabre.)

Me: “Um, ma’am, is this your car?”

Customer: “No, no. That’s not my car! I would never have so many bobble heads on the dash! My car should be right around here. I always park here.”

Me: “Okay, what rows have you looked on? Maybe you parked a little further over than normal?”

Customer: “No, I always park right around here. My car should be here. I don’t understand where it’s gone.”

(After a few more minutes of me trying to help the woman and her always responding with “No, it should be right around here. I always park here,” I’ve given up. Just as I am about to take my leave, an employee out collecting carts comes over.)

Me: “Good luck finding your car, ma’am.”

Customer: “Thank you. I know it should be here. I always park here.”

(As I leave, I see the employee begin talking with the woman. 30 minutes later, I have to return to the store as I have forgotten something. I park nearby the same spot and notice the woman, her cartload of groceries, the employee, and now a manager are all standing by the Buick LeSabre I was parked next to before.)

Manager: “Why don’t you just give that one a try, ma’am?”

Customer: “No, that’s not my car. I don’t have that many bobble heads. It just has to be around here though. I always park here.”

Manager: “Please, just try it. It’s the only one in the parking lot. Just put your key in and see if it unlocks.”

Customer: “Fine, but it’s not my car. I don’t have that many bobble heads on the dash.”

(The customer puts her key in and, sure enough, the door unlocks.)

Customer: “But I don’t have that many bobble heads on the dash!”

Manager: “Ah, there, we’ve found your car. Have a nice day!”

(The manager motioned to the employee and the two of them practically ran away from the woman before she could say anything else to them. I couldn’t help but laugh as I watched the woman put her groceries into the car and mumble about the bobble heads.)

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September 26 2014, 3am

...4 days ago


The Great Customer Disconnect


Me: “Thank you for calling [Company]. My name is [Name]. How can I help you today?”

Customer: “I’ve been with no TV since this morning. I want to know what the f*** is happening with your service!”

Me: “I really apologize about this issue, sir. I will be more than happy to help you by troubleshooting your system. Would you please verify if your TV is connected to the source?”

Customer: “Do you think I am stupid? I would not be calling if the TV is disconnected and— never mind.”

(The customer hung up. No further explanations.)

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September 15 2014, 9pm

...2 weeks ago


Sadly Just A Flash Fire


Manager: “We’re going to have a fire drill during the meeting today. Some of you will be acting as staff and some of you will portray customers.”

Coworker: “Can I be someone’s unmarked service animal?”

Me: “Can I be the fire?”

Manager: “No, we only have 10 minutes for this…”

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