4chan level story. . So yesterday while I was working at the bookstore some girl ohme up with a wade tattooed on her wrist. -domes, my first question to her was Gay sex
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So yesterday while I was working at the bookstore some girl ohme up with
a wade tattooed on her wrist. -domes, my first question to her was
Can I seen It'?" I guess she had harm had it seemed haters and was
pretty exalted about it, She talked about how it was sentimental to her and
stuff. I seemed it and she rang up as a bag at Cheetos. She than
moans who and, of course, I was dying of laughter.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - wheresthefudge
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...but the barcode would only ever scan correctly in the specific system that generated it...
...but the barcode would only ever scan correctly in the specific system that generated it...
#7 to #4 - anon id: a18ec0ac
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yeah, different bar codes are essentially numeric ids for a database. Depending on the DB being accessed, the same barcode (if it is a good format as the poster before said) can come up as different things. A group in my programming class made a mobile app that depended on scanning UPCs and used some free DB online. They could scan just about anything that you could buy in the supermarket and it would come up right.
#14 to #4 - anon id: 323c9209
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Franchised products use the same barcode in multiple stores
Universal Product Code
#38 to #4 - anon id: ea68f29e
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not true
User avatar #39 to #4 - itsdead
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Unless the barcode was generated using the GS1 Barcode Standards, meaning that the Barcode has a Global Trade Item Number and works the same on every country.
User avatar #74 to #39 - wheresthefudge
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Ok, ok, yeah, Universal Product Code and all that
But at the same time, a store that doesn't sell a product isn't going to have that product in their system. When I used to work in retail people would bring stuff in from another, similar store that we don't sell and it wouldn't scan.
User avatar #171 to #74 - itsdead
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thats totally true!
User avatar #40 to #4 - wrocky
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exactly. like i was thinking, maybe it meant something else in another shop/store/whathaveyous
#41 to #4 - anon id: 89f0e42b
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same barcode may scan as a different item in another system. so if the code is scannable then there is an item with the same code in the system.
still, they sell chips in libraries? wouldnt sticky fingers get books dirty?
#58 to #4 - tiltaz
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User avatar #82 to #4 - wiredguy
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nah, there's a universal code for quite a lot of products

even if you aren't running a system which makes sales for some product, the system might still be able to recognise the number.

I've never worked in a supermarket, but I have studied IT, and this came up.
User avatar #114 to #4 - rockamekishiko
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it's almost as if that never happened
#152 to #4 - stenwalden
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I have a barcode scanner at home. If I open notepad and scan a coke can, it will tell me its a coke can.
#48 to #4 - alexanderh
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You can get an app for your smartphone that will scan pretty much any bar code and get the correct result in some cases. If it's a generic item, it will get the correct one (a grill or electronics or something like that), but if it's an area specific item, it's rare for the scanner to find it.
#50 to #48 - alexanderh
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In fact, I've got a good example:
The store brand cookies don't show up in any databases, but when I scanned the box for my headphones, they showed up instantly as marshall minor headphones. So, the barcode on generic items that can be found internationally in the same packaging will be found by pretty much anything, but something like store-brand is not likely to show up.
#12 to #4 - notyaoming
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Eh, kinda. When a big place like Lays (the makers of Cheetos) make a product they give it a universal product code. This code is usually 12-18 digits long. First half of the code is the company number. Like 012345, would be Frito lay, and the second half would the product code, like 987654 to ID the product.

If you put it all together you get a UPC. When the UPC is scanned in, its entered into the inventory system as a specific name. Like Jalapeno Cheetos.

TL;DR? The guy that gave her the tattoo is an ass, and used a bag of chips for inspiration.
#27 to #12 - nought [OP]
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User avatar #6 to #4 - Lambda
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A barcode is just a number. That number can mean many things depending on the context. If by chance the barcode was in the correct format to be scanned, it could scan as anything.
#33 to #6 - kulamia
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AHHHHH I was unaware of this. Thank you sir. Here I was thinking, like "wheresthefudge", that one bar code meant "cheetos flaming hot" and anywhere in the country that COULD only scan to that. This makes more sense. Have a thumb.
User avatar #42 to #33 - Lambda
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There are many formats of barcodes-- The postal service, railroads, healthcare, and different countries all have their competing standards which use width and spaces of the bars to represent numbers differently.
UPC, I think, is the most common one and it would make the most sense for a tattoo artist to pick that standard. And, I would imagine, choose a number at random which could correspond to anything depending on the store.
User avatar #63 to #42 - fuzzysixx
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Cheetos are going to scan as Cheetos in any store in the country, or come up not on file.
User avatar #73 to #63 - wheresthefudge
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Unless the store in question doesn't sell cheetos and used that particular number for something else.
User avatar #119 to #73 - carrotpotato
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Which, I guess, would be quite likely for a bookstore.
#139 to #119 - anon id: bf7d85be
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we're discussing barcode-systems, not the truth of an internet story...
User avatar #182 to #73 - fuzzysixx
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Although it is possible. Most stores with unique items use odd length UPC codes to avoid something like this from happening.
#34 - gogogaget
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>Working at bookstore
>Rang up as Jalapeno Cheetos
>Wat..
#52 to #34 - anon id: 49e2a660
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Most likely a college bookstore. I mean I know mine actually sells jalapeno cheetos
User avatar #90 to #34 - onewithpokerface
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It's almost as if they don't sell just books

No really. My bookstore has a little cafe where you can get coffee, desserts and yes even chips
User avatar #35 to #34 - sinonyx
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america

we have junkfood ******* everywhere
User avatar #45 to #35 - rynkar
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in what state? I have been all over Tennessee and every bookstore I have ever been to has soda and generic candy, maybe coffee, never anything more.
User avatar #59 to #45 - trollmobile
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candy and soda at bookstores?
jesus christ, what are you guys on?
User avatar #120 to #59 - collateraldamageco
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we're all on candy and soda, duh
User avatar #111 to #59 - slowbroking
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I've only ever seen candy in Barnes and Noble stores, which most of the time have a Starbucks attached to them. So theres the typical snacks that go with the coffee. Bagels, cookies, etc. And then theres the energy drinks and chips and stuff.

Maybe its because I live in a college town though and that **** sells here.
#47 to #45 - Orc
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**Orc rolled image** Same here in Alabamalamalamalamalama.
#44 to #35 - aesis
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Bookstores in Ireland are the same.
#2 - evilhomer
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This is Hitman's barcode. Scan it..... you will never believe what it really means
www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/h8c3o/scanning_the_barcode_from_the_new_hitman_trailer/
#5 to #2 - sakurasou
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By god he's right.
User avatar #8 to #5 - finkerrinker
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What what does it mean?
User avatar #20 to #8 - vorarephilia
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User avatar #71 to #20 - qtipthegreat
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>Double dong dildo

My sides
User avatar #24 to #2 - demandsgayversion
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I thought they fixed that
User avatar #53 to #2 - angelious
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what does it scan?
User avatar #85 to #2 - wardd
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I don't think a barcode holds enough information for a sentence that long, i call ********
#158 to #85 - furiousmarshmellow
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#91 to #2 - gonadnomad
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User avatar #15 to #2 - captiancook
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That's kinda hot.
#124 to #2 - sabertoothmoose
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#83 - gonadnomad
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#86 to #84 - anon id: a5c042dc
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Some book stores sell snacks you know. It's not entirely impossible that somewhere in the world there's one that also sells Jalapeno Cheetos.
User avatar #87 to #86 - sciencexplain
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I don't know about America or other countries, but crisps are not sold in bookstores in the UK. I know because I used to work at Waterstone's. They sold some sweets and things that appealed to children, but the display of food was relatively low and foods that could ruin the quality of the display products was not provided because they wanted to maintain the sanitary standards of their products to avoid cleaning them all the time.
User avatar #88 to #87 - mrmuffins
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American book stores usually have a little shop inside them that sells that kind of ****.
User avatar #89 to #88 - sciencexplain
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Oh right. Didn't know that. In that case, I withdraw my previous statement.
#92 to #83 - deafnomad
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your name.... it's beautiful
your name.... it's beautiful
#183 to #92 - gonadnomad
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#185 to #183 - deafnomad
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keep fighting the good sight
User avatar #3 - oxymoronking
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puff cheetos best cheetos
User avatar #102 to #3 - veiledtruth
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* cheesedoodles best cheese puff
#151 to #3 - anon id: 130c36d4
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Putt Cheetos Master Race.
#9 to #3 - gardel
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man i ******* love cheetos
User avatar #10 to #9 - oxymoronking
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*saved*
User avatar #28 - Cartouk
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Atleast she was hot....Sorry, that was cheesy.
User avatar #31 to #28 - adolfoliverbush
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I see what you did there, and we need more of it
User avatar #36 to #28 - sinonyx
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well ****... good one
User avatar #19 - tittylovin
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>4chan level story
Naw
User avatar #21 to #19 - nought [OP]
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> greentexting properly
#22 to #21 - tittylovin
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>tfw no colored text
User avatar #137 to #22 - twi
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Its not always good
#141 - herecomesjohnny
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why would his cash register have cheetos at a bookstore?
why would his cash register have cheetos at a bookstore?
User avatar #155 to #141 - hashtronaut
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his mouth is going perfectly with the beat i got on right now... thumbing 50% just for that fact
User avatar #144 to #141 - thetom
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barcodes are pretty much universal. the machine just reads it. also my bookstore sold snacks
User avatar #179 to #144 - arguemango
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barcodes are universal, but the store would need jalapeno cheetos in its system which is very unlikey
#94 - lucina
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I always wonder why and how the **** these tumblr people just sit there and think up the most nonsensical story ever and just go "they'll love it." and of course, they eat that ******** up, so we eat that ******** up. Like honestly, it's just so ******* retarded.


So guys, I was working at Starbucks on the late shift, and my coworker totally just says, "I can't believe I have to work Ogretime" and I was like LOL dude what. ogretime? And suddenly, Shrek himself bust into the Starbucks and me and my coworker both said Shrek is love, Shrek is life at the same time, totally weird. He grabbed me shoving his fist into my ass while softly whispering, "it'll all be ogre soon" into my ear. My coworker reminded me that ogre's have layers after he left, and that was one of my experiences working at Starbucks, crazy right?
User avatar #113 to #94 - kennyh
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You are right.
#178 to #94 - charliechaplain
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amazing story
amazing story
#108 to #94 - captainstinkypinky
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I know you're trying to be a twat, but "it'll all be ogre soon" was hilarious
I know you're trying to be a twat, but "it'll all be ogre soon" was hilarious
#98 to #94 - catburglarpenis
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#80 - kaboomz
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>tumblr story
>book store selling cheetos