A really huge muscular guy with a bad stutter walks up to a counter in a department store.

A really huge muscular guy with a bad stutter walks up to a counter in a department store and asks, “W-w-w-where’s the m-m-m-men’s dep-p-p-partment?” The clerk behind the counter just looks at him and says nothing. The man repeats himself: “W-w-w-where’s the m-m-m-men’s dep-p-p-partment?” Again, the clerk doesn’t answer him. The guy asks several more times: “W-w-w-where’s the m-m-m-men’s dep-p-p-partment?” And the clerk just seems to ignore him. Finally, the guy storms away in anger after not being answered. The customer who was waiting in line behind the muscular guy asks the clerk, “Why wouldn’t you answer that guy’s question?” The clerk replies, “D-d-d-do you th-th-th-think I w-w-w-want to get b-b-b-beat up?!!”

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I worked with a guy who stuttered. He could not say w. So he would come up start talking and get stuck on a w. I would say the word, he would say thank you and continue with the sentence.


I hve a slight stutter, and it is awkward when you meet a stranger who stutters. I try to convey my helplessness when stuttering through my face, lest they think I’m making fun of them.


A family friend with a stutter sometimes aks: “Do you have like half an hour of time free for me? I’d like to have a five min conversation.”


Watched this happen ni real life.Guy walks up to our ladder and ask for directions with a stutter.My officer (who has a stutter) thinks we put this guy up to it.He tells the guy off who gets pissed thinking my ofixer is making fun of him.And around it ges until we separate them and convince the civilian that he’s not being made fun of.Our officer has a stutter as well.


I used to work with someone who had a stutter. If your name triggered his stutter, he’d just make up a random name for you. I started that job around Christmas time and was ‘Frosty’ to him the entire time I worked there. My name sounds nothing like Frosty.