By Anonymous - United States - Westminster
Today, working as a cashier, I had a customer come through and ask to purchase a bag of ice. I asked, "Eight pound or twenty pound?", referring to the clearly marked weight of the bags. He replied, "What's the difference?" FML
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  JesterJosh  |  5

Regardless of what they meant I don't see how this is FML worthy. So you had a customer ask a stupid question. It probably took two seconds to clear up, oh poor you. YDI for being whiny.


as a cashier, I get asked that question a dumb and smart people. usually they both mean between the two prices. nothing here states that the price of ice was known to the customer in any way.