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Overheard in...Crayford: More of the funny things people say
Updated 3:39pm Wednesday 6th February 2013 in Dartford & Swanley news
PEOPLE say the funniest – and often silliest – things, sometimes speaking before engaging brain.
News Shopper went back to Crayford for another quick eavesdrop and reporter David Archer came back with these little gems.
Woman: How much would you pay for this game (Zelda Wind Waker)?
Shop assistant: That’s a really rare game.
Woman: Oh... I have just sold it on Ebay for a tenner.
Shop assistant: What, it’s worth at least three times that.
Woman: I best cancel that sale then!
Pets at Home
Mum and son looking at rabbits.
Mum: Oh they are so cute.
Son: No, it’s ugly.
Mum: How about him?
Son: Oh he’s nice, can we get him.
Mum: Yeah ok
Man: What’s the voltage of a lemon?
Shop assistant: Half a watt.
A customer bought a PC case for £20 and had a complaint.
Man: This doesn’t work.
Shop assistant: What do you mean?
Man: It won’t turn on.
Shop assistant: It’s not a PC, it’s just a case for one.
Man: Oh, I feel like such an idiot.
Two friends in Pound Town.
Man: How much does this cost?
Man: A pound.
Man: Oh... right.
We'll be hearing what people have to say in Mottingham and Eltham next ...
Meanwhile, have you heard anything amusing or strange while you’ve been out? Add your comments below.
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