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    | Provo, UT, USA | Bigotry, Employees, Geeks Rule, Top

    (For my brother’s birthday, my parents have set up a treasure hunt all over the city. I am going with him. We’ve stopped in various businesses when the employees are excited to be included, giving us the clue and/or present my parents left and wishing my brother a happy birthday. Keep in mind my brother has a unisex name, while I am female.)

    My Brother: “Oh, wow! I get to go to !”

    Me: “Yeah, I wonder what the next clue is…”

    My Brother: “Oh, crap! I have to go to the bathroom! You get the clue!”

    (My brother runs off while I walk into the store and talk to the cashier.)

    Me: “Hi, I was wondering if you have any notes for [brother's name]?”

    Male Cashier: “UGH, they left this for a GIRL?”

    (The cashier holds up Skyward Sword, a very popular Zelda video game that my brother and I want.)

    Me: “Despite the fact I really want that game, it’s for—”

    Male Cashier: “I bet you only want it because your boyfriend plays it and you want to impress him! Do you even have a Wii?”

    Me: “I am single, and of course, I have a Wii, PS2, Gamecube, and a 3DS. Can I have the game now?”

    Male Cashier: “See?! You’re lying! There is no such thing as a Gamecube!”

    Me: “Yes, there is. It just is outdated. Can I PLEASE have the game?”

    (At this point, my brother comes running into the store.)

    My Brother: “Oh, hey Sis! Did you get my game?”

    (Seeing him, the cashier instantly hands the game to my brother.)

    Male Cashier: “You’re lucky, sir! She almost stole your game!”

    My Brother: *laughs* “Yeah, we both wanted this game for a while.”

    Male Cashier: “LIES!  She thinks that a ‘Gamecube’ existed!”

    My Brother: “It did. We have one.”

    Male Cashier: “You’re lying! GAMECUBE NEVER EXISTED!”

    (We ran as soon as we could out of there!)