The people who staff the complaint department at various businesses must have the patience of Job.
They have to deal with endless customer gripes, like the actual ones listed below.
Computer and electronics help lines have to deal with head-scratchers like these ones:
“The foot pedal for my computer doesn’t work.” (It was the mouse. The customer apparently thought computers worked like sewing machines.)
“My digital camera couldn’t fit everyone I wanted in the photo.” (Perhaps he should just take a step back instead of demanding a refund?)
Restaurant managers have to put up with grievances such as:
“My steak is too steaky tasting.”
“There’s stale chicken in my salad.” (It was a crouton.)
But perhaps hotels and travel agencies have to deal with the most mind-boggling complaints of all:
“There was no sign telling you that you shouldn't get in a hot air balloon if you're afraid of heights.”
“It rained. We didn't know it ever rained in Spain.” (Mainly on the plain?)
“Stonehenge was just a bunch of rocks in a field.”
“The beach was too sandy.”
“Our hotel room had no ocean view.” (It was in the middle of London.)
I guess the customer isn’t always right!
Sometimes God has to put up with a lot of complaints as well. We ask Him:Read more