288 – n. a large red Scantron used for student enrollment/attendance and tests.
883 – n. a slightly bigger 882 with a larger short answer section
882 – n. a “skinny” green scantron. AKA “That one,” the “regular one,” and often confused with the 883.
101864 – n. a green or red Scantron that goes by two names – “The 8000” or “The 101864.”
8000 – n. a green or red Scantron that goes by two names – “The 8000” or “The 101864.”
886 – n. an 882 scantron with a mini essay booklet attached
1712 – n. a large pink/purple/red scantron with an essay space on the back. Pronounced typically as “Seventeen Twelve.” The retarded way to name it is “One Seven One Two.”
4521 – n. a large blue Scantron that no one uses
::Lady comes over to davepoobond’s register::
Lady: You can do returns here, right?
Lady: Ok, well I want to return these 2 Scantrons and buy the folder.
davepoobond: Do you have a receipt?
davepoobond: Sorry, I need one to do it, its so easy to just pick them up off the shelve and just —
Lady: Oh no, I PAID for those… I had them for a long time.
davepoobond: I know, but I still need a receipt.
Lady: Ok, fine, I’ll just have to talk to a manager about it then, just that one up.
davepoobond: 74 cents.
Lady: FORGET IT! I’M NOT PAYING MORE THAN I SHOULD!
So the fucking lady gets upset over the 40 cents for Scantrons she didn’t get money back for, and goes over to the Customer Service desk. It’ll be hilarious if I lose my job over something like that.
Why does someone ever want to return things like that without a receipt? Its fucking 75 cents for the God damn folder, and keep the Scantrons, you dumbass, they’re only 40 cents. You probably have more change in that fucking purse than you’ll ever use, what good is more gonna do?