The customer’s always right, aren’t they?

It’s a popular saying, and not just in English. Klient ma zawsze rację  in Polish, as well as in French (Le client a toujours raison ), German (der Kunde hat immer Recht) and Italian (il cliente ha sempre ragione). It’s all about customer satisfaction these days.

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To others, it’s the boss who’s always right (and not just in English). You shouldn’t take it literally though: if you hear a colleague say it, it might just mean that the only person thinking the boss is always right is the boss.

WARNING! If a German says der Chef hat immer recht, they might actually mean it. And if you hear a Pole say szef ma zawsze rację and mean it, WOW, this would be a first.

Guess who’s always right in a French bistro (it’s where the photo below was taken):

a) the boss   b) the cook   c) the driver


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