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34 Movie Titles That Perfectly Describe Your Least Favorite Customers

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IF YOU’VE SEEN THE JULY ISSUE of INSTORE, you might have noticed our feature on the three words that jewelers would tell their worst customers. Among the responses from our Brain Squad members: “Take a hike,” “Fare thee well” and “Sorry, we’re closed!”

Well, as it turns out, movie titles can also be very fitting for certain customers. Think of these the next time you’re dealing with someone you wish would just go away. (We’ve helpfully arranged them by category.)

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Overly Demanding Customers

The Jerk

The Dictator 

Mission: Impossible

The World Is Not Enough

Irritating Know-It-All Customers

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Megamind

The Theory of Everything

Customers Who Simply Cannot Be Trusted

Liar Liar

Say Anything 

Trolls

Body of Lies

Customers Who, for Various Reasons, You Have a Hard Time Communicating With

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

The Neverending Story

I, Robot

Bat-S**t Crazy Customers

The Grudge

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

American Psycho

Rogue One

Specific Customers Mentioned By Name or Profession, Along With Their Most Off-Putting Characteristic/Habit

Jack Reacher

Doctor Strange

Saving Private Ryan

Cool Hand Luke

Customers Intimidated by Jewelry Stores and Terrified By You

The Running Man

Gone in 60 Seconds

Chicken Run

Puss in Boots

The Vanishing

Customers With Bad Breath or Digestive Issues

Don’t Breathe

The Mist 

Here Comes the Boom

The Purge

Customers So Profoundly Awful They Can Only Be Referred to By Pronouns

Them

Her

It

Who knew that movies could be so applicable to real life?


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