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rashkah:

calleo:

This isn’t even a joke.
If you’re rude on the phone/in e-mail, I can guarantee you that you get put on hold or get no response for a significantly longer span of time than someone who isn’t an asshole.
It’s usually phrased as, “We put them in the time-out corner for awhile to cool down.”
Some silly people think that being a rude, angry, loud asshole gets them faster or better service; it doesn’t, it gets them put in time out.
We used to do it in person at Geek Squad too, we’d “go in the back” to get the manager then just take a 15 minute break or lunch along with said manager, usually while mocking the scene the customer was causing. Other employees sent to check on the situation by the jerk also took a break.
After we thought they’d had a long enough time out, a manager would go out and, nine times out of ten, tell them to please leave the store as they usually didn’t have a legitimate complaint and were just mad that it wasn’t free to replace hardware out of warranty, fix a cracked screen out of warranty, remove viruses, or take returns without a receipt.
"I’ll never shop here again!" was met with either, "Yes you will, we’re the only local electronics-centric store within 50 miles." or, "Thank you, we’d prefer to not see you again." depending on how snarky the GM felt.

I ‘accidentally’ hung up more than once on rude assholes when I was working at Western Union, the pay wasn’t even high enough for me to stand that level of bullshit. Because 9/10 times it was a fucking fuck up from the person dialing.

When I was working at UPS, we weren’t allowed to put them on or hang up on customers, even if they were being exceptionally rude, so I had to sit there and listen to angry asshats calling me names for something I didn’t do.

rashkah:

calleo:

This isn’t even a joke.

If you’re rude on the phone/in e-mail, I can guarantee you that you get put on hold or get no response for a significantly longer span of time than someone who isn’t an asshole.

It’s usually phrased as, “We put them in the time-out corner for awhile to cool down.”

Some silly people think that being a rude, angry, loud asshole gets them faster or better service; it doesn’t, it gets them put in time out.

We used to do it in person at Geek Squad too, we’d “go in the back” to get the manager then just take a 15 minute break or lunch along with said manager, usually while mocking the scene the customer was causing. Other employees sent to check on the situation by the jerk also took a break.

After we thought they’d had a long enough time out, a manager would go out and, nine times out of ten, tell them to please leave the store as they usually didn’t have a legitimate complaint and were just mad that it wasn’t free to replace hardware out of warranty, fix a cracked screen out of warranty, remove viruses, or take returns without a receipt.

"I’ll never shop here again!" was met with either, "Yes you will, we’re the only local electronics-centric store within 50 miles." or, "Thank you, we’d prefer to not see you again." depending on how snarky the GM felt.

I ‘accidentally’ hung up more than once on rude assholes when I was working at Western Union, the pay wasn’t even high enough for me to stand that level of bullshit. Because 9/10 times it was a fucking fuck up from the person dialing.

When I was working at UPS, we weren’t allowed to put them on or hang up on customers, even if they were being exceptionally rude, so I had to sit there and listen to angry asshats calling me names for something I didn’t do.

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texasuberalles:

fishermod:

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G1 WAS HARDCORE, MAN

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lindsayetumbls:

breelandwalker:

arachnofiend:

marapetsrules:

bobfoxsky:

“You fool. No man can kill me.”

How many times am I allowed to reblog this before it gets weird?

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Fun facts: Tolkien constructed this scene because he came out of Macbeth thinking that Shakespeare had missed a golden opportunity with the ”Be bloody, bold, and resolute; laugh to scorn the power of man, for none of woman born shall harm Macbeth” prophecy

Same thing applies to the Forest of Fangorn fucking up Isengard’s day.

Seriously Macbeth’s little prophecy loophole was bullshit you go Tolkien

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These zombies were trying, and failing, to get to Eny.

These zombies were trying, and failing, to get to Eny.

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liartownusa:

Blackfish & Friends

liartownusa:

Blackfish & Friends

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I missed the bloodmoon cuz I was so freaking tired

Fuck

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andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

baku-babe:

unf-hans:

j-spencer15:

There are no words…

THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER

…..this is perfect. You win the internet.

Hans

Hans I threw that away like two scenes ago 

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bookshop:

This is my new favorite thing in the history of life

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HEY HENRY, LOOK WHAT I GOT

HEY HENRY, LOOK WHAT I GOT