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These are the 14 dumbest questions a customer has ever asked an employee.

If you want to hear the dumbest things ever, just work in customer service. Obviously not all the inner-workings of a company are self-explanatory, but after reading these dumb questions posted to reddit, it's pretty clear that whoever said "there's no such thing as a dumb question" must have been pretty dumb. 1. RepletesMaryJane had a hotel customer who didn't know what doors were.
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