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The Exchange

You” Age Rating. A man tries to exchange an alarm clock at a store I ve heard this story or a similar one used as an illustration in sermons

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Short Story“Hello. A really funny story about a man trying to exchange his broken alarm clock in the store where he bought it It s super short but it gave me a good laugh when I needed one

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Sir How may I help. What should be a simple exchange of a faulty alarm clock uickly turns into a test of patience and common sense in this super short story It takes less than 5 minutes to read but you ll find yourself sympathizing with the customer over the frustrations and contradictions of modern retail practicesTake a few minutes and read it for yourself


8 thoughts on “The Exchange

  1. says:

    Funny little story 3 pages that made me laugh about a guy trying to exchange his faulty alarm clock

  2. says:

    A really funny story about a man trying to exchange his broken alarm clock in the store where he bought it It's super short but it gave me a good laugh when I needed one

  3. says:

    What should be a simple exchange of a faulty alarm clock uickly turns into a test of patience and common sense in this super short story It takes less than 5 minutes to read but you’ll find yourself sympathizing with the customer over the frustrations and contradictions of modern retail practicesTake a few mi

  4. says:

    This was really fun hardly 3 baby pages long It's about a customer trying to exchange a faulty alarm clock with no proof o

  5. says:

    A man tries to exchange an alarm clock at a store I've heard this story or a similar one used as an illustration in sermons

  6. says:

    LOL The exchange is a short storyonly 3 pages The narrator tries to exchange the broken alarm clock but fails to show and proof of purchase T

  7. says:

    Here's another super short story from East of the Web This one concerns a customer trying to exchange a faulty alarm clock Written completely in dialogue the story highlights some familiar customer experiences and frustrations When did you buy the clock? Is the warranty still valid? Do you have a receipt? Do you have the original packaging? Anyone who's had to return an item at some point can probably relate to some of the frustrating uest

  8. says:

    The story The Exchange by Jon Langford is a short story and it consists of only a dialog The customer comes to the shop and asks the shop assistant to replace a broken alarm clock It looks as his reuest is being refused by the clerk All possible options for the exchange are dismissed because of different reasons

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