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Only Change Required Is One In His Attitude

Retail | IA, USA Categories: At The Checkout Money Tags: Retail Me: "Yeah, sorry. We don't have the cash to break $100 in the drawer right now since it's so early. I don't know why a manager hasn't come over yet." Customer: "Then give me ones. I don't f care. Money is money. I want to get out of here already." (Read more...) The post Only Change Required Is One In His Attitude appeared first on Funny & Stupid Customer Stories - Not Always Right.
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