Guy Who Just Sounded Really Rude And Entitled From The Moment I Answered The Phone: Did you get those X-men in yet?
Me: X-Men what? Comics? Graphic novels? Playing cards? Action figures? DVDs? Posters?
Rude & Entitled: The X-Men stuff you were supposed to get in.
Me: I'm sorry you're going to have to be more vague.
Me: What X-Men stuff? When were we supposed to get them in? What are they?
R&E: The girl said they'd be in today.
Me: What would be in today?
R&E: The X-Men.
Me: Yes, all the actors from the movie are in the store right now just waiting for you to show up.
Me: That's what "The Girl" said, right? You're the guy who wants to meet the cast of X-Men Age Of Apocalypse, all of whom flew directly from San Diego Comic Con to our store JUST TO MEET YOU?
R&E: No. I'm just looking for old comic books.
Me: OHHHHH. YOU'RE THAT GUY.
(I have no idea who he is.)
Me: Well, no one has brought in any old X-Men books for at least a few weeks. If you're looking for certain issues, and want to e-mail us a list, I can forward it to the owner.
R&E: Well, why not?
Me: There was an isolated flood in our warehouse. Like freaky isolated. Only our X-Men comics got wet. Who knows how long it will be before we can replace them.
R&E: That's terrible.
Me: Yes, it's heartbreaking. Anything else I can help you with? I have a huge line of customers right now.
That was a lie.
R&E: Do you know when you're going to get Ant-Man comics in?
Me: You're going to have to talk to our Pest Control department. They're in Wednesday after six, ask for My Boss.