borg: tricycleracer: When I was changing tires in college a customer accused me of stealing a bag of weed from his glove box.My manager offered to call the police for him so he could report the theft.Well did you steal it? or was it one of your co-workers?
SN1987a goes boom: 1) Why was the guy carrying around an envelope with $1200 in it?
Mateorocks: Even money on the car either being a BMW or a Saab.
oldfarthenry: I'm glad douche-beard got a swag-bag for his efforts.
SN1987a goes boom: 1) Why was the guy carrying around an envelope with $1200 in it?2) Why did he not constantly keep aware of it?/methinks this story involves drugs or would in the near future
markie_farkie: Where the hell did you get the part about him cleaning the asshole's car, Subby??Unless the guy happens to drive the sidewalk in front of a hardware store..
Zombie DJ: FTFA: "Never judge a book by its cover.""You can't judge a book by its cover? Yes you can! That's why books have them!"- Jim Norton
majestic: I walked in the grocery store the other day and their was a shopping cart with a purse sitting in the basket. I felt like I was on some kind of undercover "what would you do?" type show. I wheeled the whole cart over to the nearest cashier and let her deal with it. No way I was touching that purse.
F1_Fan: markie_farkie: Where the hell did you get the part about him cleaning the asshole's car, Subby??Unless the guy happens to drive the sidewalk in front of a hardware store..I completely give up submitting links here. When I do, I read the article, make a funny that matches the facts and submit it. Never a green light.Apparently the correct technique is to skim the headline, make shiat up and post without care.
The Southern Dandy: Here I go...I'm gonna prejudge two people by the content of their character...The car detailer voted for Obama.The money loser voted for Romney.Bet!
Sin_City_Superhero: "Just because [somebody's got] a beard and tattoos and [they're] dirty doesn't mean they're bad people."Ha ha ha! Good one!
WhoopAssWayne: "Just because [somebody's got] a beard and tattoos and [they're] dirty doesn't mean they're bad people."Sorry dude, but 99% of people are going to get the wrong impression if that's how you present yourself. You can complain of the unfairness, but that snap judgement of your character based on your appearance is going to happen no matter what, so just consider that you may be doing yourself a disservice.
CheekyMonkey: majestic: I walked in the grocery store the other day and their was a shopping cart with a purse sitting in the basket. I felt like I was on some kind of undercover "what would you do?" type show. I wheeled the whole cart over to the nearest cashier and let her deal with it. No way I was touching that purse.So you scared the crap out of some lady who walked away from her cart for a second?
karmaceutical: This one doesn't sound so bad... depending on how the guy said it you know. Did he say it in some overly accusatory manner, or in more a of "wow I hope my money is all there!" kind of way.Could go either way...
blatz514: Here is my wallet CSB.Stopped at a Subway during a long car trip. Went to use the bathroom and do my business. There was a fat wallet sitting on top of the toilet paper dispenser. I ask you Fark community, how many of you take out your wallet to take a dump?/CSB
Theaetetus: What he doesn't mention is that the envelope originally had $2000.
rufus-t-firefly: So what's a black dude supposed to do? Get the Michael Jackson makeover?
taurusowner: Image and style are 100% personal choices. And everyone who dresses or styles themselves a certain way knows exactly how people view that style. Don't blame others for how they react to your choices.
SN1987a goes boom: 1) Why was the guy carrying around an envelope with $1200 in it?2) Why did he not constantly keep aware of it?
psychicdeath99: ds394: psychicdeath99: About a year ago, my wallet fell out of my pocket as I got out of my car. About an hour later a little old lady from an apartment downstairs knocked on my door and gave me the wallet.I looked through it and saw that the little bit of money, but more importantly my driver's license, credit cards, etc. were still there. I thanked her and commented that I was happy nothing was taken, and then had to reassure the little old lady that I wasn't accusing her of anything. My thought was that someone else could have seen it first, emptied it, and then tossed it back down for her to find.Soo... you kind of come across as a bit of a douche, don't cha?The point being, the first thing you say is "Thank you so much!" before you start checking for your goodies./I'm assuming you didn't say "thank you" right away because that's the way you told your CSB.I am capable of saying thank you and looking through a wallet at the same time. I didn't even know I had dropped my wallet, so I had to look through it to see if it was in fact mine.
Diogenes: I just got a customer ticket for a technical issue. I swear her description was barely above utter gibberish - random mistyped characters, bizarre punctuation, issue completely unclear. Instead of communicating through text I called her to offer an online web conference."Hi, my name is Diogenes and I'm from X Company Support. I'm calling to assist with your technical issue.""Well this better be good. Because I'm leaving at 4."
taurusowner: It's a wallet, not anal beads.
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