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TheMontashu made a "customer" cry today

sanjuro

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I think it is despicable that he laughed at a "customer" because he looks different than we do.
 

Ciaran

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The customer walked in, TheMontashoe said, "hey we look a lot alike! We could be twins!"

The customer cried.
 

TheMontashu

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A "customer" came in today with an electric blue lacoste polo, faded jeans, and aviators along with a douchey looking haircut. I couldn't contain myself and busted up laughing at him (sanjuro was laughing louder than I was) He proceeded to defend himself by saying I looked like I didn't care what I looked like. He, being an idiot didn't realized I really don't care how I look when I'm working at a bike shop., I would rather get a shirt I got for free all gross and greasy rather than a nice one. He then proceeded to talk **** about how I was working a 10$ an hour job and how he was at some motorcycle race picking up chicks. I called him out pointing out that he lived with his mom and next time I looked over he was waiting in his truck for his friend to finish using the shock pump.

edit, I also made the kid, who stole his moms car to get weed, get all butthurt yesterday
 

sanjuro

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I was laughing hard (I still am).

The "customer", who has received multiple hookups from the previous manager and we have yet to see a dime of profit, looked just like the pics of collar poppers (which is what made me laugh in the first place) I see here.

I even said that I might deserved to get punched in the face but I could help myself from laughing.

Who knew he would take it so seriously? It was really all in fun, until TheMontashu got involved and made him cry.
 

sanjuro

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Alot of my friends used to work with Stone. Very similar styles of dress and attitude, if I gauge the stories correctly.
 

-dustin

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we should start a "bike shop customer secret photo" thread...taking secret photos of customers is fun. albeit, a little weird. especially when they catch me.
 

stoney

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Was not me, I was yupping it up in Newport Beach today.
Sanjuro, who do you know ftom H&F? Varian?
 

stoney

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Dude, Mark's my boy. I'm sure he talks tons of **** since I've gone and turned "yuppie".
 

jonKranked

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heh my old shop we had a group of regular customers known as the "whack pack" very quirky weird bunch. Among them was a guy who tried to sell us a kickstand he found on the side of the trail.
 

vtjim

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Jan 6, 2006
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does the level of doushebaggery increase linearly or exponentially with the number of collars popped?
Exponentially I think, kind of like the Richter Scale, but 4 collars is like a 10 on the Richter scale. At that point the douche is so strong that there is no real point in measuring anymore.
 

Red Rabbit

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Exponentially I think, kind of like the Richter Scale, but 4 collars is like a 10 on the Richter scale. At that point the douche is so strong that there is no real point in measuring anymore.
Yes. I think 5 popped collars would be similar to Los Angles falling off the coast of CA.
 

DirtMcGirk

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You mean this guy was in your shop?
He's a known "target of opportunity..."