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Jul 18 2019

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Konversational Kustomer Service by Kris P. Kreme

Konversational Kustomer Service by Kris P. Kreme

When a new mother on her first shift back from maternity leave gets a talkative friendly customer on the line, she may be the one getting assisted.

Cindy has been a bit embarrassed dressed in something nice as her boss and coworkers invited her out to celebrate after her shift. She’s not as nervous about being back at work as she is by the fact her breasts were left enhanced by pregnancy.

If it isn’t having to pump constantly during breaks, it’s the way her once indiscreet white dress only draws attention to her chest. But can a friendly conversation with her last customer of the night leave Cindy looking at life and career in completely new ways?

 

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By the time Cindy with Consumer Customer Service gets on the line with a rather friendly talkative counselor and therapist, he’s already solved the issue he was calling about. But that definitely doesn’t mean he’s not up for a little Konversation.

Through just a little casual talking he can tell that Cindy has a lot on her mind, and possibly could benefit from his special brand of counseling. And so since he is her last call of her shift, Cindy opens up, talking about how it’s her first day back from maternity leave, how she’s anxious about a lot of things, not the least of which is the after work get together planned to celebrate her return at a nearby restaurant with coworkers and her boss.

Of course our familiar talker is fully versed in the troubles facing a new mother heading back to work, and as Cindy discretely informs him, she put on weight but actually not where most might think, having dropped back almost immediately to slim and fit but with a whole new rather obscene added bit of curves up top.

But when he suggests a possible solution to the anxiety she faces, one that not only solves her overactive worrying but also releases the excess milk she is having to near constantly take breaks to pump, will Cindy go from customer service to servicing herself? Will the conversational advice go straight to her head and push Cindy over an edge she never realized she’d been standing near?

There’s a lot to talk about this Readers Choice Month, but in case you need any phone support, don’t be afraid to call Konversational Kustomer Service.

 

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