Wife: "It is arriving tomorrow."
Me: "If you do not like it, can we return it within 30 days?"
Wife: "Yes, why do you ask?"
Me: "Does that make it a stool sample then?"
True story, including her lack of enthusiasm for my obviously excellent sense of humor.
On one of our pallettes was a 12" sub that was meant for the car electronics department.
I look to my co-workers and say "Maybe we should refrigerate it.".
Amazon Prime Rib.
Because it only had one cell
You'd be at the lowest of Lowe's
I asked the retail salesman "what's up stairs?"
He replied "no, the stairs dont talk"
I had an elderly patient today who was visibly upset, almost to the point of tears. I asked her if she was worried about having her blood drawn and she said that the blood draw didn’t bother her, but that she was upset because she had hit a cat with her car on the way to her appointment this morning. She said that she didn’t know who the cat belonged to and that she had it wrapped up in a blanket in her car. I asked her how badly the cat was hurt and she said “I think he’s going to be alright. I just clipped the hind end of him, but his tail is just barely hanging on. After I leave here, I’m taking him straight to Wal-Mart.”
I told her that she might be better off taking the cat to a veterinary clinic instead of Wal-Mart and she said, “but it’s just his tail, and Wal-Mart is the largest retailer in North America!”
It was nuts!
The cashiers check me out every time I go shopping!
The retail store
The retail shop
They both got 6 months
But the cashier keeps putting them back.
"Is this good for wasps ?" a man asked the retailer.
"No, it kills them" the retailer replayed.
Store clerk: Can I get an email address?
Me: Sure! Go to gmail.com and click “register.” You can make up pretty much anything you want.
I'd put the torches in the darkest part of the shop.
...you've seen a mall.
A retail store
The Retail store
A husband and wife approached my register, and there's a variety of ways a customer will tell me they are in our rewards program. "I'm in the club." "I have a rewards card." Etc. There are a couple of weird ones people say, which brings us to this exchange I witnessed:
> Me: hi there, did you find everything okay?
> Wife: Yes, thank you. points to my till I'm in your computer, there.
> Husband: How the HELL did you fit in there?
> Wife: No, I meant I'm in the system!
> Husband: GASP You didn't tell me you were arrested!!!
> Wife: I swear to God I'm gonna hurt you.
I work in retail sales... 🤨
A man is paying for his daughter's clothes in the store my girlfriend works at.
Girlfriend: Credit or debit?
Dad: Cash on Daddy! (turns to his daughter and starts chuckling out loud)
"Hey can I borrow your date gun?"
"Why? Are you feeling lonely?"
They go to the retail store.
Me: Hi Sir! Just to let you know, the entire store is at least half off today!
Him: he looks around for a second Really? Because it seems like it's all here to me!
Caught me wayyy off guard, but definitely made my shitty day better!
The cashier asked him if he wanted to be a member there and he said Yes so the cashier proceeded to ask "okay what's your street name?" He relied "tall white boy from the hood"
to Hong Kong-based jewelry retailer Chu Tai Fook. Over the last few months as the protests in Hong Kong have become heated Mr. Chu has been on the side of the government which has caught the eye of the international gem dealers, causing him to become a bit of a pariah.
The diamond went up for sale his and the Chinese government wanted to ensure that world's most expensive gem got a fair price. Mr. Chu approached Southerby's who was hesitant to get involved in what could be deemed a political gem sale. Despite his protests none of the world's leading auction houses the answer was always the same, they would not do the auction. This is when president Xi Jiping got involved to ensure that some good news could come out of China.
Last week it was reported that Rick Harrison, from Pawn Stars, had approached Xi Jinping saying that he would hold the diamond but couldn't promise more than $500 USD from the sale of the pendant. This infuriated the Chinese president threatened to take down the reality TV star, but Harrison was adamant telling Mr. Pooh, "If Chu wished to pawn the star, makes no difference who you are"
"No thanks, I've got two."
This one doesn't work as well typed out, but it's still pretty good. A co-worker was putting up a basket of returns, and he stopped by to ask me where the Efferdent goes. I said "I don't know, maybe you should put some more effort into it."
So I work at a hardware store/fish & tackle shop on a fairly affluent barrier island in Florida...tons of rich old WASPs (we're talking DuPont heir money here).
Anyways, a regular comes up to the front register with a saw and some saw blades. I took note of his purchases and said to the guy "How do these work? Some sort of coping mechanism?"
He looked down for a second, began to explain (in a somewhat demeaning tone) how a coping saw works, looked up and saw my shit eating grin.
grooaaannnn "Oh you ass, that was witty. You got me though!"
I later learned that day that his wife had died three months earlier...whoops.
The brunette said, well why dont you take it to Walmart, it's the largest retailer in the world.
Employee: "The whole store is 30% off."
Dad: "Oh jeez, I don't think I can afford that much"
Manager says "Take that off, you're going to rip it."
I respond: "Well if I do it will be on my head."
The retail store
Because the devil is in the retails.
So there we were, in the break room of a retail establishment.
A coworker was trying to toss her salad and one of my friends looks at me and says, “go ahead, do it!”
And I’m trying not to laugh, “do what?”
And he says, “make a joke! You want to, I can see it on your face!”
“I can’t, it’s not—” I don’t get to finish my sentence.
“Why not!?” He asks, as if he’s disappointed.
“Because…” ( •_•)>⌐■-■
“…I’m turning over a new leaf.” (⌐■_■)
Free of charge
So this is a true story.
I work a retail job. My friend neglected to properly put his Mustang in park in his space. It moved backwards across the lot and in to a customer's Jeep Grand Cherokee. Luckily for him, the damage was not serious.
Unlucky for him, all of my coworkers (and a few customers) proceeded to mercilessly roast him on the showroom floor.
Looking to me to defend him, he asked, "why don't you back me up?"
I said: "Back up seems to be the last thing you need, I'd just learn to roll with it, you might say I'm pretty neutral..."