By fritzile - 10/01/2016 23:53 - United States - Chandler
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In the customers eyes, you're always the one at fault(You control everything obviously). You just gotta ignore them honestly, hopefully the complaint wont be taken seriously. I've met dozens of these intelligent human beings myself.
Being the first point of contact definitely exposes you to these geniuses. I had someone curse my entire family just because the bank I worked for "unjustly" charged him a late fee for missing his credit card payment by 2 whole months. In time, you'll learn to laugh about it.
Because you've been stalking the customer and got the job there specifically to get their favorite bread discontinued you evil criminal master mind you*sarcasm font*
#14 The "art" of sarcasm is in the delivery (and the crafting of a clever ironic comment). 1) The number one reason people don't get sarcasm is because kids use the word but don't really know what it means. Readers don't get it because there was no sarcasm. Misused by the people that don't understand the word irony. 2) People say something stupid or tell a lie and when called on it claim they were being sarcastic to try to save face. Sarcasm doesn't equal the words "just kidding". They aren't fooling anyone it's always obvious it's a lie. 3) Talking with a shitty attitude doesn't make it sarcasm or sarcastic. 4) Simply making up dumb outlandish stories doesn't qualify as sarcasm. 5) Exaggerating isn't sarcasm. 6) Saying something you don't really mean isn't sarcasm. Too many people esp immature kids try to use it as an excuse to cover their ignorance. Every joke that falls flat isn't sarcasm either. Sometimes even the best crafted sarcastic comment you just have to hear it in a persons voice to clue you in. Or it's wonderfully subtle and you can't be sure then it's all in the eyes.