So I;m at the grocery store, a store called Sainsbury's, and I used my debit card to pay; if you use cards here that you need to swipe (since most over here are chip and pin cards), they need to compare your signature between the receipt and card (technically they are supposed to in the States, too, but they never do; here, they are extremely strict with it). Well, my debit card is pretty old and pretty well used, and the signature on it is for the most part destroyed, so they require another piece of ID with a signature on it to compare. Normally I use my Ohio driver's license, but I had forgotten it in the car, leaving the only thing with my signature on it in my wallet: my Ohio CCW permit. So I give it to the cashier, and she VISIBLY recoils. The cashier was sitting in a chair, and had been leaning forward when she took my card, then her back hit the back of the chair and she put a hand over her chest in that "Oh my," way. The bad oh my way, not the good way. She goes, "Sir, do you have another piece of ID?" Okay, I don't make my CCW my first choice when it comes to giving people my ID, obviously. But I only have a few cards with my legible signature on them, that being one, and the only one I had on me at the time. So I said, "No, but my signature's on it," and she proceeds to hit a button to call over a supervisor. The supervisor comes over, and the cashier says, "I don't think I can accept this." The supervisor looks at it and says, "Why?" The cashier explains, "It's a gun permit, not an ID?" THE SUPERVISOR THEN PRODUCES AN OHIO CCW OF HER OWN!! This made me smile like a downright fool. She goes, "My husband's in the Air Force, we were stationed at Wright-Patt [Wright-Patterson Air Force Base] for six years." Needless to say, they accepted my signature and I made a friend.