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    Category: Bad Behavior

    A Browsing Familiarity With The Law

    | NY, USA | Bad Behavior, Employees

    (My sister and I are tourists, and we are enjoying walking down a street and looking at all the high-end clothing stores, as we don’t have very much of that sort of thing in our town. Most of the store clerks are very polite, as we are clean-cut and relatively well dressed, until we walk into one particular store, and begin to look around.)

    Clerk: *approaching us* “Can I help you with anything?”

    Sister: “Oh, I was just looking at this belt here. The one with the snails on it?”

    Clerk: “Do you mean the belt with the escargot design?”

    Sister: “Yes?”

    Clerk: “Can I help you with anything ELSE?”

    Sister: “No, thank you. We’re just browsing.”

    Clerk: *huffs, and turns away, abruptly* “Well! I suppose that’s LEGAL.”

    Not His eBay Day

    | Sydney, NSW, Australia | Bad Behavior, Criminal/Illegal, Technology

    (My husband has been bidding on an item on eBay. He is in a bidding war with another user. He wins the auction and gets a confirmation email from the seller.)

    Husband: “I won that auction but have sent an email back refusing to pay for it and reported the seller to eBay.”

    Me: “Why? What happened? I thought you really wanted the item.”

    Husband: “He sent me the confirmation email but not from the right account. It was sent from the account of the guy that was bidding against me. The idiot not only scammed me but scammed himself out of a sale. I put it on his feedback, too…”

    Having A Bad Time Over The Good Food

    | USA | Bad Behavior, Employees, Food & Drink

    (I just got off work and I am at my cousin’s basketball tournament as her parents are out of town. I am hungry so I go get some food from the concession stand. When I go there is only a cooler full of drinks and a girl about sixteen standing there.)

    Me: “Do you guys have any food?”

    Girl: “We make it in the back. Everything on the menu!”

    Me: “Okay!” * looks at menu* “I will have a pulled pork sandwich, please.”

    Girl: “Sorry, we are all out.”

    Me: “That’s fine. I’ll take a Brat.”

    Girl: “Sorry, we are all out of that, too.”

    Me: “Hot dog?”

    Girl: “No, sorry.”

    Me: “Okay, how about a piece of pizza?”

    Girl: “No, sorry.”

    Me: “That’s fine, I will just have a [soda] and some popcorn, then.”

    Girl: *nods and gets me a [soda] and popcorn*

    Me: “Thank you.”

    (I start to walk when a another woman comes up and orders.)

    Woman: “I will have a pulled pork sandwich.”

    Girl: “Yeah, sure!” *goes and brings one out*

    Me: “Hey, I thought you didn’t have any!”

    Girl: “Oh, I am saving the good food for my home team.”

    (Just then, a man walks from the back.)

    Man: “No wonder we been so slow! That’s really stupid, [Girl]!” *to me* “Miss, I will get you one now.”

    (He gets me my sandwich and comes back.)

    Me: “How much?”

    Man: “It’s on the house.” *turns to girl* “You are grounded, young lady, and tonight we are going have a talk about how real life works.”

    Driving Up Prices And Driving Down Business

    , | London, England, UK | Bad Behavior, Employees, Money, Tourists & Travel

    (I’m a native Londoner. Several years ago I had friends visiting from overseas, and took them sightseeing at the Tower of London. I went up to one of the many kiosks to get a drink. At this time, a can of soda was typically around 50p, but I was prepared to pay a bit more due to the location at a major tourist attraction.)

    Vendor: “Yes?”

    Me: “Coke, please.”

    Vendor: “One pound fifty.”

    Me: “What?!”

    Vendor: *speaking loudly and slowly* “One. Pound. And. Fifty. Pence.”

    Me: *with a very obvious London accent* “One fifty for a coke? You gotta be bloody joking.”

    Vendor: “Oh, sorry love. Sixty pence, please. Thought you were a tourist.”

    They Were On A (Toilet) Roll

    | TN, USA | Bad Behavior, Bosses & Owners, Coworkers

    (On this particular Saturday I am working with the store manager in the stockroom, away from customers. One unhappy customer from the night before has come in the make sure that the girl who told her we were sold out of the buttons she wanted has been ‘properly disciplined.’ The head manager was not happy to deal with her. )

    Manager: “Did you hear about that lady with the buttons?”

    Me: “The one who wanted [Coworker] punished?”

    Manager: “I hope she gets diarrhea and runs out of toilet paper.”

    Me: “Ew!”

    Manager: *cackling * “And hemorrhoids! That’ll show her.”

    (Later, over the radio:)

    Coworker: “There’s a lady on line two who wants to talk to a manager. She sounds upset.”

    Manager: *looks over* “You go be nice to her. I won’t be.”


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