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no maam: No ma'am, we don't keep a secret stash of TP for employees
 no maam: No ma'am, we don't keep a secret stash of TP for employees

No ma'am, we don't keep a secret stash of TP for employees

no maam: "no ma'am its a toy"
 no maam: "no ma'am its a toy"

"no ma'am its a toy"

no maam: clientsfromhell Me: "How can I help you today, maam?" Client: "Is e-mail internet"? Me: "I beg your pardon?" Client: "Is e-mail on the internet? I have no internet, can I still read my e-mail?" Me: "Well yes, you must be able to get online to view your e-mail." Client: "Oh, dear. I can't see my e-mail." Me: "Well, let's see. Can you open up Internet Explorer for me and tell me what you see?" Client: "Open what?" Me: "Your browser, can you open up your browser?" Client: "My...my...?" Me: "What you click on when you want to browse the internet?" Client: "I don't use anything, I just turn my computer on, and it's there." Me: "Okay. Do you see the little blue 'e' icon on your desktop?" Client: "You mean I have to start writing letters again?" Me: "I'm...what, I'm sorry? Client: "I don't have any pens at my desk. I just want my e-mail again. Me: "No, maam, your desktop, on your computer screen. Can you click on the little blue 'e' on your computer screen for me?" Client: "Oh, this is too much work. I'm too upset. Just send me my e-mail. Can't you send me my e-mail?" Me: "We...okay, maam. Can you tell me what color the lights are on your router right now?" Client: "My what?" Me: "The little box with green or possibly a couple of red lights on it right now it's most likely near your computer?" Client: "Lights and boxes, boxes and lights, just get my e-mail for me, Me: "My test is showing that you should be able to get online right now. Can you tell me what you're seeing on your computer screen?" Client: "It's been the same thing for the last two hours." Me: "An error message?" Client: "No, just stars. It's black and moving stars." Me: "...Do you see your mouse next to your keyboard?" Client: "Yes." Me: "Move it for me." Client: "Move it?" Me: "Yes. Move it." Client: "My e-mail!" mer-squared This post gave me a fucking ulcer REunny.ce This physically hurt
 no maam: clientsfromhell
 Me: "How can I help you today, maam?"
 Client: "Is e-mail internet"?
 Me: "I beg your pardon?"
 Client: "Is e-mail on the internet? I have no
 internet, can I still read my e-mail?"
 Me: "Well yes, you must be able to get online
 to view your e-mail."
 Client: "Oh, dear. I can't see my e-mail."
 Me: "Well, let's see. Can you open up
 Internet Explorer for me and tell me what
 you see?"
 Client: "Open what?"
 Me: "Your browser, can you open up your
 browser?"
 Client: "My...my...?"
 Me: "What you click on when you want to
 browse the internet?"
 Client: "I don't use anything, I just turn my
 computer on, and it's there."
 Me: "Okay. Do you see the little blue 'e' icon
 on your desktop?"
 Client: "You mean I have to start writing
 letters again?"
 Me: "I'm...what, I'm sorry?
 Client: "I don't have any pens at my desk. I
 just want my e-mail again.
 Me: "No, maam, your desktop, on your
 computer screen. Can you click on the little
 blue 'e' on your computer screen for me?"
 Client: "Oh, this is too much work. I'm too
 upset. Just send me my e-mail. Can't you
 send me my e-mail?"
 Me: "We...okay, maam. Can you tell me
 what color the lights are on your router right
 now?"
 Client: "My what?"
 Me: "The little box with green or possibly a
 couple of red lights on it right now it's most
 likely near your computer?"
 Client: "Lights and boxes, boxes and lights,
 just get my e-mail for me,
 Me: "My test is showing that you should
 be able to get online right now. Can you tell
 me what you're seeing on your computer
 screen?"
 Client: "It's been the same thing for the last
 two hours."
 Me: "An error message?"
 Client: "No, just stars. It's black and moving
 stars."
 Me: "...Do you see your mouse next to your
 keyboard?"
 Client: "Yes."
 Me: "Move it for me."
 Client: "Move it?"
 Me: "Yes. Move it."
 Client: "My e-mail!"
 mer-squared
 This post gave me a fucking ulcer
 REunny.ce
This physically hurt

This physically hurt

no maam: LGH 96% 3:39 HG l 96%日3:39 HG 96% 3:39 X X The lady ordering had a very loud voice and everyone in the restaurant could hear everything she was saying. Her kids seemed pretty shy, and so just sat playing on their tablets. She finishes ordering and the waitress goes to get her drinks, EM receives the drinks and the waitress asks if she'd like to EM tries to take food from our meal By this point, the whole resturant was staring at disbelief. Backstory: This happened literally yeste rday, I have anxiety and the being in public areas for long times, interaction is a nightmare for me. Waitress: 'Ma'am, I own this restaurant. Please stop pestering the customers or I am going to ask you to leave.' EM: -Goes into full rage mode, screaming at waitress- Waitress: 'Alright ma'am, I'm afraid you're going to have to leave the restaurant or we will have to call order food, she says they are only there for drinks, so she Soo, my family and I went out for a meal as we do every week, pretty normal for us. We arrived at the restaurant and after waiting at the waiting stand, the waitress shows us to our table and she hands us the menus. рays. the police.' EM: 'BUT WE HAVENT FINISHED OUR DRINKS' Waitress: 'Tough luck, you should treat people better next time.' EM: THATS IT, IM LEAVING!' Waitress: Thank ma'am, have a good night.' At that point, it seemed like the waitress at the time had finished her shift, so went home. The new waitress begins working and by then our food was about to arrive, the waitress walks out and walks up to us, about to hand us the plates of food. Around 5 minutes later she comes back and C you we order our drinks, around about then a lady and her 2 children (a boy and a girl) arrive at the restaurant and don't even wait She left and the waitress gave us the meal for free because of the inconvenience. We to be seated, they simply walk in and find a table. The waitress at the time notices EM: 'Excuse me, thats our food' My mum: 'No, it isn't, we ordered it.' EM: Yes IT IS OUR FOOD!' Waitress: 'No ma'am, this is their food, they ordered it, it is for table number 12, you are table number 10' EM: I don't care, either give me the food or I'm going actually saw her screaming at someone else after we left the restaurant too. what happens so finishes up with us and goes to talk to them and asks if they would like to order drinks. TL;DR: EM attempts to take our meal and gets kicked out of the restaurant. The lady ordering ha a very loud voice to vour MANAGER! 金 Award Award t 3.4k 95 Share 3.4k Share 95 t 3.4k Share 95 Award Add a comment Add a comment Add a comment Lady tries to steal OP's food and the waitress/manager gives her what for
 no maam: LGH
 96% 3:39
 HG
 l 96%日3:39
 HG
 96% 3:39
 X
 X
 The lady ordering had a very loud voice
 and everyone in the restaurant could hear
 everything she was saying. Her kids seemed
 pretty shy, and so just sat playing on their
 tablets. She finishes ordering and the waitress
 goes to get her drinks, EM receives the
 drinks and the waitress asks if she'd like to
 EM tries to take food from our meal
 By this point, the whole resturant was
 staring at disbelief.
 Backstory: This happened literally yeste rday, I
 have anxiety and the being in public areas for
 long times, interaction is a nightmare for me.
 Waitress: 'Ma'am, I own this restaurant.
 Please stop pestering the customers or I am
 going to ask you to leave.' EM: -Goes into full
 rage mode, screaming at waitress- Waitress:
 'Alright ma'am, I'm afraid you're going to have
 to leave the restaurant or we will have to call
 order food, she says they are only there for
 drinks, so she
 Soo, my family and I went out for a meal as
 we do every week, pretty normal for us. We
 arrived at the restaurant and after waiting
 at the waiting stand, the waitress shows us
 to our table and she hands us the menus.
 рays.
 the police.' EM: 'BUT WE HAVENT FINISHED
 OUR DRINKS' Waitress: 'Tough luck, you
 should treat people better next time.' EM:
 THATS IT, IM LEAVING!' Waitress: Thank
 ma'am, have a good night.'
 At that point, it seemed like the waitress at
 the time had finished her shift, so went home.
 The new waitress begins working and by then
 our food was about to arrive, the waitress
 walks out and walks up to us, about to hand
 us the plates of food.
 Around 5 minutes later she comes back and
 C
 you
 we order our drinks, around about then a
 lady and her 2 children (a boy and a girl)
 arrive at the restaurant and don't even wait
 She left and the waitress gave us the meal
 for free because of the inconvenience. We
 to be seated, they simply walk in and find
 a table. The waitress at the time notices
 EM: 'Excuse me, thats our food' My mum:
 'No, it isn't, we ordered it.' EM: Yes IT IS OUR
 FOOD!' Waitress: 'No ma'am, this is their
 food, they ordered it, it is for table number
 12, you are table number 10' EM: I don't
 care, either give me the food or I'm going
 actually saw her screaming at someone else
 after we left the restaurant too.
 what happens so finishes up with us and
 goes to talk to them and asks if they would
 like to order drinks.
 TL;DR: EM attempts to take our meal and gets
 kicked out of the restaurant.
 The lady ordering ha
 a very loud voice
 to vour MANAGER!
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no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from those who would steal it. mildswearingat4am Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times. They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon." "Yes." You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds, You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too." "Sorry?" The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand. The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel." From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill. bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear. Source: writing-prompt-s 22,149 notes
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 those who would steal it.
 mildswearingat4am
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times.
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon."
 "Yes."
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds, You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too."
 "Sorry?"
 The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand.
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel."
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill.
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear.
 Source: writing-prompt-s
 22,149 notes
no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from those who would steal it. mildswearingat4am Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times. They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon." "Yes. You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl. "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too." "Sorry?" The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand. The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel." From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy tril. bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear. Source: writing-prompt-s > 22,149 notes Anyone need a party mascot?
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 those who would steal it.
 mildswearingat4am
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times.
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon."
 "Yes.
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl.
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too."
 "Sorry?"
 The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand.
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel."
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy tril.
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear.
 Source: writing-prompt-s
 >
 22,149 notes
Anyone need a party mascot?

Anyone need a party mascot?

no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from those who would steal it. mildswearingat4am Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times. They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon." "Yes. You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl. "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too." "Sorry?" The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand. The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel." From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy tril. bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear. Source: writing-prompt-s > 22,149 notes The smallest dragon
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 those who would steal it.
 mildswearingat4am
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times.
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma'am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 "That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piec... and a dragon."
 "Yes.
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl.
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too."
 "Sorry?"
 The seller notes your dubious expression. "Not from around here, are
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand.
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 "Have a nice day, ma'am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel."
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy tril.
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear.
 Source: writing-prompt-s
 >
 22,149 notes
The smallest dragon

The smallest dragon