This gives me peace
@Colonel Mustang, until you realize it was trick to draw the owners attention away from the $500 worth of stolen items he hasn't noticed Oliver take
@SeussAlmighty, lol the LONG CON
Never know if these are real anymore
@Peblo Memescobar, I highly doubt it. But at the same time I'm sure a similar event has happened but wasn't recorded
@Peblo Memescobar, this one seems real. I’ve worked at stores where kids shoplifted and their parents made them write an apology letter. Also that genuinely looks like a kid’s writing.
@Peblo Memescobar, if it makes you feel better, it very much looks like a register type counter behind the letter
@Peblo Memescobar, Hard to say. Usually you can hold them up to the light and then you can tell. But I don’t think people make counterfeit one and five dollar bills.
We share a name! I feel like my fellow Oliver is doing me proud - 9/10 (10/10 reserved strictly for good doggos)
If I catch my kids stealing, they'll be doing this, too... Or just in person... Depending the situation.
Wait till he’s 19 and wants beer
@JacketOff, I can tell you from personal experience that they find it far less cute
Yes! Always steal first and then pay whenever you want.
Omg last year a kid took a watch from our store. It was on clearance so we were sort of just like, “eh, finally got rid of the last one I guess”. His mom called the store a few days later and her side of the call was essentially “hi, is this P!Q? Are you all missing a watch? OH, YOU ARE? HUH. Well, it looks like my son took it home with him. Can you tell me your shipping address? HE’S GOING TO BE SENDING IT BACK TO YOU”. You could tell she was overemphasizing so the kid could hear hahaha. Anyway, sure enough, about a week later we got a package with the watch and an apology letter. I’ll post it soon, it’s on the corkboard at my desk.
NOT GOOD ENOUGH! LOCK THE THIEF UP!
Oliver just wanted some bracets :c