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- Sep 3, 2011
- Reaction score
- Look to your right... I'm that guy.
- Political Leaning
The customer is always right.
even when they're insane.
So what you're saying is, he wouldn't let her take the car for a test drive because she was black. :lol:Friend of mine is a car salesman. A lady got in his face once because he refused to allow her to take a car for a test drive. she called him a racist and said it was "just because she was black". He very politely corrected her and said "No, it's because you don't have a drivers license"
Did you really?No not really, but when I was working in a position in which "the customer is always right" I spit in their free food..
Condescending ****s looking for free **** always got that from me....
If someone is trying to rip me off and insult MY ficking intelligence I'm going to **** them right back...Did you really?
Then you're an asshole of the highest order. You're a low-life deserving of no respect whatsoever.
Kosher bacon is the best!This works in reverse. One time I was at a restaurant with a few friends that were Jewish and, for ****s and giggles, I asked the server if the Bacon Cheeseburger on the menu was Kosher. Before I could stop her, she said "Oh, I don't know. I'll go check." and ran off to ask her manager. A few minutes later she returned to the table and gave me the "I'm going to spit in your food" look so I apologized and didn't order anything.
Like hell, it isn't the gas station owner's fault that gas costs what it costs. The fact that this moron has to keep driving around is what's going to bring them back.The only one I don't agree with is the gas station one.
At over $4 a gallon, the person running a gas station should be willing to do anything to keep you coming back. I don't care if the customer is asking you to blow them, you do it.
The saying is more about customer service attitude than truth.A phrase I wish had NEVER made its way into the business culture.
The customer is very clearly NOT always right. The customer may literally be insane. The customer may lie or try to scam you. The customer may request illegal goods or services. The customer may threaten or assault employees with no justification.
Even if the customer is just being a royal jackass, I'd reserve the right to tell him to take his business elsewhere if dealing with him is more trouble than it is worth. (And some of you KNOW, the 10% of customers who give you maybe 5% of your profits are the ones who create 90% of the headaches! Fire 'em!)