Originally started by @MrTommyCampbell on Twitter, the hashtag #WhatYouDontTellCustomers quickly went up the list of trending topics this monday morning.
Either customers being ironical over their experiences or store owners and sellers mocking clients, these tweets make us all relate to our own stories.
#WhatYouDontTellCustomers Of course it's expired hence the word "Discount"— Kesha Tedder (@KeshaTedder) October 5, 2015
There's no X in "espresso" #WhatYouDontTellCustomers— Sunni (@SunniWestbrook) October 5, 2015
Actually I don't use the products #WhatYouDontTellCustomers— Bryonosaurus Rex (@bryonosaurusrex) October 5, 2015
#WhatYouDontTellCustomers materialism is a ticket to hell— Friedrice Nietzsche (@tinynietzsche) October 5, 2015
#WhatYouDontTellCustomers Yes, we do have that item in stock, but I am just going to say no we don't, cause you were a douche when u asked.— Ayesha_No (@Ayesha_No_) October 5, 2015
#WhatYouDontTellCustomers We probably do have that book. I just don't want to look for it.— April✨ (@april_lynn__) October 5, 2015
#WhatYouDontTellCustomers Only reason I'm smiling at how 'cute' your loud kid is, is that I'm trying to earn enough money to get a vasectomy— Bert (@ItsABertWorld) October 5, 2015
Tell us your own!