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Comedian's "Customer Service" Facebook Responses to Corporate Complaints are Often Things of Beauty



Ben Palmer, a comedian from Atlanta, is livening up corporate Facebook accounts left and right with his responses to mostly inane customer complaints under the account name "Customer Service." Often issued with a breezy "hope this helps" at the end, his responses are guaranteed to give these generally clueless customers double-take moments of confusion. 

Take a look at some of Palmer's answers to these gravely serious customer service snafus here, and visit his website to see more. -Via Dangerous Minds 




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I realize this is probably news to you, but men shoppers get called "honey", "sweetie" and possibly even "lovey" (though I haven't experienced the latter, myself). Take it as a compliment, or live in perpetual outrage. The choice is yours.

P.S. There's no indication if the complainer is male or female.
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I agree. I know of Palmer's work. Since Facebook allows page owners to block individuals, methinks his "screen captures" are never seen in the wild.
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So a woman who complains about being called "honey" is clueless? Would you say the same about a black man who objected to being called "boy"?
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