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Bilinguals That Overheard People Without Them Knowing

Someone on AskReddit asked for bilinguals to share their experiences with overhearing other folks that had no idea they could understand them. If there's one valuable lesson in this particular form of "overheards", it's that you never know who's listening! 

A collection of AskReddit replies to bilinguals sharing their experiences with overhearing people | post by cmichael00 high school spoke Spanish fairly well not common time and my area family buying groceries, and as ringing up items father said "he has not seen stuff on bottom, dont get rank up on belt, and sat there, after few moments asked about stuff on bottom. They would not look at next 2 mins or so transaction.
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Bilingual Cashier Turns the Tables on Rude Customer

We're a fan of any story where a rude customer fails to get away with being miserable to a retail employee who's done nothing wrong. We're also fans of surprises and drama where people get super pissed, double-down and make even bigger asses of themselves. For a strikingly similar story where a customer bad-mouthed an employee in a different language before having the tables turned, check this out.

cashier turns out to speak same language as rude customer
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merica Trilingual speak english murrica Murika bilingual - 6824896768
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I think if you're going to complain about people not speaking English in your precious 'Murica, you should perhaps learn to write it properly first.