Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by ixtab, Jul 13, 2018 at 8:48 PM.
Last week I asked a gentleman his last name. He said “it’s number 2”.
“Ah, you must be numb nuts”. I told him.
Ummm... so I have a driver follow-up... do you know if this pkg was received by "office guy"?
OK, now thats ing funny!
My favorite is
Delivering at a church? Last name ‘Christ’.
Delivering at McDonalds? Hamburglar.
I have a couple stops where one of the choices is 'woman' and a another stop where one is 'man' those are the ones I select everytime
Back in the days when we recorded on paper we had to write DR for driver release and then record where we left the parcel. MC for met customer and later on Man, woman , girl etc.
Had a driver follow up one day, signed for by a Dr. McMan. People in DIC didn't have a clue.
Office Guy could earn one a nice warning letter if a sup or center manager had a vendetta. What a idiot.
Drivers love digging their own holes.
Yep. I’ve seen one where the choices were “office chair” and “desk.”
Yep. We have a young road runner that must just throw the packages down, look at the name on the name tag and run. I get a lot of first names like Mel, Josh and CC.
"Bro" and "Sis" seem to work good.
Had an "AAAAAAAAAA" last month.
1 I have
2 A big
2 be a
I use first names a lot as the receiver is on the phone. I point to their name tag and give them a thumbs up as I punch that name in. I personally think that is much more professional than interrupting their call with a customer.
Although I agree with not interrupting, that is not WAD.
Separate names with a comma.