A pénztáros nem tud visszaadni
Customer: Excuse me, but I already paid for these trousers and I have been waiting for 42 minutes for the change. Did you forget about me?
Cashier: No, I didn’t. But I still don’t have smaller coins.
Customer: I have been very patient so far, but now I really ask you to help me quickly.
Cashier: Please, wait a bit because the next customer will surely have the change you need.
Customer: I really have to go now. Keep the change for yourself!
A pénztáros története a dezodorról
The Cashier’s Story about the Deodorant
Customer 1: I only have this deodorant, and would you give me a plastic bag as well?
Cashier: Here you are. Hope you do not mind if I say you should not buy this deodorant.
Customer 1: Why? Is there a problem with it?
Cashier: Its smell is not really nice.
Customer 1: Thank you for the advice but I am sure my husband will like it.
Cashier: To tell you the truth, my husband uses the same brand, but I am not satisfied with it. Its smell makes me feel…
Customer 2: Excuse me! Can you hurry up?
Customer 1 (to the cashier): Thank you again, but I have no problem with the smell. There are many others in the queue, so let me pay and go.
Cashier: Oh, I am sorry. Of course, of course.
A pénztáros története a vegyszerekkel kezelt zöldségekről
Dangerous Vegetables in the Supermarkets
Cashier: Tomatoes, cucumbers, celery… They look really nice and fresh, don’t they?
Customer: Yes, they do. One is always very hungry for fresh vegetables in long winters like this. I am afraid, though, that these tomatoes have not become red because of the sun.
Cashier: I am afraid too. My neighbour has been in hospital for 2 months now with stomach disorder. He thought he became ill, because he had eaten too much cucumber but the doctors said that there were toxic chemicals in his stomach.
Customer: Poor man! What a pity!
Cashier: Yes, it is.
Customer: How much is it altogether without the cucumbers?