Unfortunately, this is not a dirty, yummy post.
Haven't met My Ty. Yet.
Picture it: WalMart this afternoon and I'm checking out.
Wally World employee: Your total will be $4.93
(interjection by live me here, I KNOW! An under $5 purchase in December! It's crazy!!!!)
Shopping Kris: (In a VERY jester-ish voice and demeanor): Um, nuh-uh brainiac. You must be having a dyslexic day, it's $4.39. (here I smile charmingly.)
World Wally employee: (Kris's Dyslexic Comedic relief free of charge) Actually, I do have dyslexia and it is making my hope for working for the IRS very stressful.
Shopping Kris: (Cheeks heating~ Swallow hard) Well, if there was ever a place we would like an employee's work to be triple checked for accuracy, it would be the IRS. Well, in most cases. So your challenge could be considered an IRS asset.
He didn't tell me to have a nice day.
But... did this REALLY happen? What do you think?