The wacky public
Thought I would share a few short stories about people. I work at a tire shop and have had some amazing experiences with the public over the years.
I'll share a very recent one first. I'll make it brief, wacky looking couple ( I could go into great detail on how wacky looking they were ) with no money claiming they were headed for californina and needed a tire. The guy ends up screaming "It's not like I own a fucking tire store or anything!" when he can't afford a tire. I had to run them off.
A farmer comes in, now I already know how farmers operate so I'm prejudiced but once again I am proven correct. When he asks about a used tire in a certain size I show him the only used one we have at the time, it was 56$. I point out (I already knew it was pointless) we have a close out new tire in that size for 59$. He says "oh I can't afford a new one". Brainwashed fux.
A very gay dude comes in. He is not only gay he is sporting it with pink fingernails and a dress. He is waving his arms around talking incessantly about his car and his boyfriend and their love life and how his boyfriend should be paying for this tire repair because of how good he treats him. Normally I deal fine with gays and lesbians (some reason lesbians in particular seem to make really good repeat customers) but this dude was fukin out there and the two guys in the office cracked up when I pointed at the waiting room door and said "We have a waiting room ..right over there!" He might have been on drugs, I couldn't explain his behavior otherwise.
A woman came in just a few weeks ago obviously a long time drug user. She was pulling her pants down trying to show and sell her "pussy" for money to buy a tire. There were a few other customers very apalled at this and I called the police. How is someone like this driving around?
These are just a few that come to mind, anyone else have any fun stories about the "public" to share?
Faith is the word but next to that snugged up closely "lie's" the want.
"By simple common sense I don't believe in god, in none."-Charlie Chaplin