Tuesday, October 09, 2007

change is a good thing

Female Offspring #1 sent me the following story, along with the words, "Pittsburgh Pride, Baby!" I emailed her back and said, "Frankly I'm surprised she didn't give him the change..."

8 comments:

CHEWY said...

On cashiers... I used my credit card in a store the other day, signed the slip and the cashier actually asked me for my card to compare the signatures. I thanked her for doing so.

~Fathairybastard~ said...

Of course, it started at some Dallas ministry. Jeeeze!

Jay said...

True story...a couple of Canadian companies produced fake $1M bills but had to pull them from stores (at the request of the RCMP).

They were too realistic. If I remember, I'll take a coupld pics of my 2 $1M bills.

BTW, have I evern mentioend I'm a Trillionaire?

SpongyBones said...

she couldn't have counted it back correctly I'm sure

*Goddess* said...

Chewy, I can't even remember the last time someone asked me for any sort of ID for a transaction like that. I read once that you should write "see driver's license" across the signature line of your card, so I left it blank. I forgot and handed it to the cashier, she never even asked for the signature.

*Goddess* said...

FHB, I'm guessing those pamphlets they sent out were about the joys of tithing...to them.

*Goddess* said...

Soooo, Jay, wanna go out some time? *wink wink*

*Goddess* said...

Sure she could have, Spongy. She'd just give him a $999,999 bill and a $1 bill. Not so hard.