"You can always afford to lose *one* customer. "
"The people who cause the most trouble spend the least money. "
Part Oakland Minute Part Seen/Scene Report
2 days ago
"Driving my cousin home one Friday night we passed a group of boys walking into town. One of them drew our attention as he was dancing like a tit, with his pals laughing. Unbeknownst to him, as he was doing this, his wallet fell out his back pocket. My cousin suggested we turn around and see what was
in it. By the time we got there, the boys were nowhere to be seen and the area was deserted. After some searching we found the wallet which contained just 20 pounds, cards and a ticket to a gig that night. We decided to find the boys and give it back, laughing at how surprised he would be to be approached and handed his own wallet. But then a much funnier idea came to us. First we drove around until we spotted them. Then, knowing they were heading in to town through a quiet industrial area, we drove about a quarter of a mile ahead. We then placed the wallet on the pavement right in their path and hid to watch them approach, say 'Hey! That's someone's wallet over there,' walk up to it, pick it up excitedly, open it looking for riches and inexplicably discover it was theirs. The absolute confusion and surprise was hilarious to watch. I like to think they still talk about how one of their wallets somehow jumped ahead of them."