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Rubbers replaced by rubber room???

By RT | August 20, 2008

*Ring, ring…
Operator: “This is 911, what is your emergency?”
Idiot: “I’ve been robbed!”
Operator: “Are there any injuries?”
Idiot: “No, but the dude took my money!”
Operator: “Were your credit cards stolen?”
Idiot: “No, he took my $3.00.”
Operator: “You’re dialing 911 over $3.00 and no injuries?”
Idiot: “Yeah.”
Operator: “Okay, sir. What does the suspect look like?”
Idiot: “He’s about 6’0″ and is wearing a gas station uniform.”
Operator: “Where are you located?”
Idiot: “I’m at the gas station at the intersection of Insanely Stupid and Asinine.”
Operator: “Based on your description, may I assume that the suspect is an employee at the gas station?”
Idiot: “Yeah.”
Operator: “The gas station attendant robbed you?”
Idiot: “Yeah, dude took my money for a box a condoms, and when I tried to return the unopened box, he wouldn’t give me my money back! I need that $3.00!”
Operator: “Sir, the police are on their way. Stay put and we’ll arrest him for not knocking some sense into your pea-brain.”

Editor’s note:
My guess is that the idiot realized the condoms would be too big for him. Well, that, or he realized that he didn’t need to use condoms with a blow-up doll.

(H/T: Courier-Post)

some equal idiot time. Would you call 911 because Burger King got your order wrong?

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5 Responses to “Rubbers replaced by rubber room???”

  1. kaveman Says:
    August 20th, 2008 at 5:29 pm

    I’ll see your idiot time and raise you some hopelessly cute time…

  2. RT Says:
    August 20th, 2008 at 5:42 pm

    How cute! I probably should have called 911 for with my math when I was little. :)

  3. Old NFO Says:
    August 20th, 2008 at 8:03 pm

    And people wonder why they get a busy signal when calling 911 in metro areas… More chlorine in the gene pool please!

  4. The British Bird Says:
    August 21st, 2008 at 9:04 am

    oh my gawd…sometimes I am ashamed to called idiots like that my fellow man. I have been in a check out line before with some customer arguing over ten cents difference of her groceries. After ten minutes of standing there, listening to it all, I actually reached into my purse and offered the customer in front of me ten cents to complete the transaction and go home. Did I get a dirty look or what! In the end the manager came and took care of it but Good God!

  5. RT Says:
    August 21st, 2008 at 10:24 am

    Wait, 911 isn’t the place to call when I have a broken nail? Dangit, I’m in trouble.

    British Bird
    That’s awesome! I would’ve loved to see the look on that customer’s face. HA!