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» Things you've done when you've had no money.

Tomato soup
from ketchup packets and a cup of hot water, provided free from the local fast food establishment.
(Fri 8th Oct 2004, 12:35, More)

» Stuff You've Overheard

While in Seattle's "International District"...
Waiting in a cue for something or other, overheard a young asian couple in front. The young lady says "Is this part of Chinatown?", with a valley-girl accent no less. The young man with her replies "GOD, You're sooo white!" Couldn't stop laughing after that :)
(Thu 10th Jun 2004, 10:27, More)

» Accidentally Erotic

scratching my athelete's foot-laden feet. Or running boiling hot water over them while in the shower=pure extacy followed by sheer pain as the water reaches the nerves in the bottom of my feet. Ah well.

Oh and I'll never forget the lovely feelings I recieved the first time I smelled toner from an operating laser printer while in high school computer science class. It made me love going to that class.
(Sat 4th Feb 2006, 9:53, More)

» Clients Are Stupid

I work in a tourist-heavy area...
In a gift shop. Tourists must leave their brains at home. The shop I work in is connected to a full-service resturaunt, with the restrooms clearly marked, and yet time after time people come in from the resturant to ask me where the bathroom is. The best by far though had to be this woman that was apparently on vacation, and was attempting to purchase some expensive items via an unsigned credit card. I don't know how it is in other countries, but in the US, when a card is unsigned it's typical for us to ask for ID. When this happened the woman replied "I don't need my ID, I'm on holiday". Priceless.
(Wed 31st Dec 2003, 10:17, More)

» Stupid Tourists

I'm sure I've mentioned it before,
but while working in a tourist area in a gift shop I asked a woman for her ID when she presented an unsigned credit card as payment. She searched her person for a few minutes before saying "I've left my ID at the hotel." When I explain that I cannot take a credit card that's not signed without seeing an ID (as I wouldn't have anything to check the signature against) she gets agitated and says "I DON'T NEED MY ID, I'M ON HOLIDAY!"
(Fri 8th Jul 2005, 12:54, More)
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