Ralph was driving home one evening when he suddenly realizes that it's his daughter's birthday and he hasn't bought her a present.
He drives to the mall, runs to the toy store and says to the shop assistant, "How much is that Barbie in the window?"
"Which Barbie?" the clerk says.
"We have Barbie goes to the gym, barbie goes nightclubbing, barbie goes to the ball, barbie goes shopping, and barbie goes to the beach. Each for $19.95. And Barbie gets divorced for $265.00."
Ralph asks, "Why does Divorced Barbie cost $265.00?"
"That's obvious" the saleslady says. "Divorced Barbie comes with Ken's house, Ken's car, Ken's boat, Ken's furniture, Ken's money..."
(I’m at the college IT support office to fix a bug on my laptop and find all the employees looking bored. I walk up to one of them and he pays no attention to me whatsoever.)
Me: Excuse me. I’ve got a problem with my laptop.
IT Support Guy: *incoherent mumbling*
IT Support Guy: *while not looking at me* How long ago did you buy the device?
Me: Uh… well, I got it at the beginning of the semester.
IT Support Guy: Have you tried to reset it?
Me: I haven’t even told you the problem yet.
IT Support Guy: That doesn’t work? Okay. Can you tell me the manufacturer of the device?
Me: It’s [computer brand]. But sir, I—
(He proceeds explaining all kinds of stuff which is clearly not directed to me. He finally turns to me; it turns out the entire time I thought he was just leaning his head on his hand, he wasn’t. He was talking on the phone to someone else and is now looking annoyed.)
IT Support Guy: Can’t you see I’m on the phone?