That is what one of my co-workers say for people that do less than common sence things. Today I was a window licker.
Granted I had my little vacation so I hadn't been to work since the 7th... but today I had a customer give me some Jackson dishwasher parts. He didn't believe the price on a roller was $1.64 and told me to check it. So I get into the Champion dishwasher price list and I can't find the part number in it. I tell him I have to call him back for updated pricing.
I go back and forth periodically through the day because I *really* don't want to call the factory for a $1.64 roller (that we have in stock, mind you) because my customer wants to argue with me. Finally after multiple checks in our system and the Champion Dish price list I pull up the Champion vendor number to call them. I'm looking at the vendor number, writing our team an e-mail (so if anyone else has any other Champion parts I can help them, too- it reduces calls to the factory)... when I look down and something clicks in my brain.
My customer didn't give me Champion parts. He gave me Jackson parts! Of course I can't find that part in the Champion parts list! Silly me. So I pull his part up in the Jackson price list and there it is $1.64 with the description and everything.
Oh it's good to be me.
Lesson: if I can't laugh at me I know everyone else can!