Thing is, people walk in to make a copy and look at it as if we'd like them to use a cow's udders to duplicate their paper.
Now, I can understand the intimidation of an unfamiliar machine for, say, stapling paper, sorting, something a bit more complicated. (Though I've never read the instructions on the new machine and I've figured it out fine after a couple of button pushes in experimentation.)
But seriously. Asking someone's assistance for a regular, run-of-the-mill single-sided copy of something?
I shall repeat:
It. Is. Not. A. Rubik's. Cube.