Fustrating, indeed.

Overheard at work

Coworker: “Let me just confirm your password here. I see it as ‘fustrated.’ F-U-S-T-R-A-T-E-D. Is that correct?”

Woman on phone: “‘Frustrated.’ Yes.”

“Let me clarify. It says ‘fustrated’. Is that what you had intended, or did you mean ‘fRustrated’?”

“Just what is says. ‘Frustrated.'”

“Well, ma’am, what you typed was ‘fUstrated’, without the ‘R’. Would you like me to change it to an actual word? ‘FRustrated?'”

“Oh, I didn’t spell it right?”

“No, that’s what I’m saying. You skipped a letter. Perhaps you were ‘fustrated’ that you couldn’t spell correctly.”

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