Awesome / Not Always Right

While some of the customers that the employees have to deal with can be infuriating, frightening, and downright bizarre, there's more than a few stories about karma coming back to bite a bad customer.

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  • Mean Girls: The Next Generation is one for both the mom and the daughter.
  • What to do when your older sister tries to impose on you? Why, one-shot her!
  • A grouchy rich German wants to own the submitter's father's five acre plot of land. When he is caught moving the property line stakes farther into their land, the man swears to them in German that the land should be his, not theirs. Unfortunately, the submitter reveals she can speak German and tells the grouch in German to leave their land or she'll call the police, and if he ever trespasses into their land again, she will shoot his ass with a paintball gun. The grouch quickly leaves!
  • This story shows what happens when you mess with the son of a Badass Grandpa. Especially if he also has an older brother.
  • A rude, sexist kid learns the hard way what being a true gentleman means.
  • Ninja brother.
  • This five-year-old girl would make a pretty kick-ass mayor:
    "I'd make all the boys and girls be scientists. And all the rest be mothers, except for the ones that want to be firemen or firegirls."
  • Meet The Germaniac Family. A group of Germans in a WW2 town are about to be attacked by Russians in 4 hours and they've just finished cooking dinner. So...
    "They… they finished dinner, and then washed, dried, and put away the dishes."

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