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Brocklandia wrote:I call dibs on the matches and lighter. If anyone's gonna burn this place to the ground today, it'll be me ... and the forty-seven customers ahead of me on the flame-thrower signup list. But they won't get far without matches or lighters, will they? Bwa-hahahaHAHA!

Readies the fire extinguishers.

Why exactly are we supplying the future entrees with flamethrowers anyway?

Brocklandia wrote:Like it? I'm taking night classes in "Evil Villain Laughs" at the local trade school.

Hm. I'd give it a seven outta ten. Well executed, but lacks that spark of originality.

The Grimm Reaper wrote:O I DON'T TAKE CREAM - MY KIND OF COFFEE IS AS DARK AS ME.

Puts away the creamer.

Fair enough.

Elite leomonade wrote:thanks for the drink!
*tips 3 fish*

The spider waits for the rest of the payment by the register, knowing it may never come.

CSharpa wrote:Eh, I'll be fine. Thanks for the drink.

The arachnid in the crab shell behind the register clicks.

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A Tarantula wrote:The spider waits for the rest of the payment by the register, knowing it may never come.

The arachnid in the crab shell behind the register clicks.

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Tips the Tarantula with some extra sand in its lifetimer.

TIME IS MONEY, AS THEY SAY.

The Grimm Reaper wrote:Tips the Tarantula with some extra sand in its lifetimer.

TIME IS MONEY, AS THEY SAY.

The spider shivers at the sensation, but clicks appreciatively all the same.

The Grimm Reaper wrote:BE CAREFUL PLAYING WITH FIRE, BROCK.

Why? What's the worst that could happen? I mean, so California and Australia have had a few bonfires. They aren't here, are they?

Brocklandia wrote:Uhm, nothing. Certainly not a hungry Spaghetti Monster sneaking up behind you, or the souls of the damned practicing in the supply closet for their next Eurovision appearance. Nope, not those things at all. By the way, are you a tenor?

Actually a Bass

Definitely toby

is it safe now... I still feel... bad... oh well, gotta leave at some point...

a rope falls from the ceiling

slides down
Hello! It's your favorite person in the world... ...not. I was charged with giving out awards for the contest, and I will do the hated loved duty.

Third place goes to Alta Sil!

Alta Sil wrote:Toby-dearest, light of my life, I profusely apologize for any ills my existence has caused you. Give me third place and Iím sure we can move past this bump in long and fruitful road to eternal friendship and happiness. I have slipped you a very nice lint ball I found in my pocket to show my good will. Green pastures and sunflower fields are surely ahead of us, and I hope we can come together stronger than before to form a bond so unbreakable, it will give the charred ribs here a run for its money.

I promised to give them third place. Here it is. I'm gonna give you... this Justice League sticker book.

Will tell you 1st and 2nd soon. Like give it a few hours. BRB

goes back to the beams

A Tarantula wrote:The spider waits for the rest of the payment by the register, knowing it may never come.
The arachnid in the crab shell behind the register clicks.
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Apparently we have a new cashier now. And it's wearing King crab cashier's old shell? Good. Let's see those deadbeat customers try to sneak out without paying now.

Elite leomonade wrote:Actually a Bass

Ah, I see now. I should have noticed the gills and the striping along your scales.

Brocklandia wrote:Ah, I see now. I should have noticed the gills and the striping along your scales.

Hence why I tipped the fish

The Grimm Reaper wrote:Tips the Tarantula with some extra sand in its lifetimer.

TIME IS MONEY, AS THEY SAY.

Death was here eh?

Definitely toby wrote:Will tell you 1st and 2nd soon. Like give it a few hours.

In this case, there is still some work to do.

GIVE ME THIRD PLACE:

I submit this poem though it is Monday
For streams of fortune towards me do flow.
Competition and merit are so passť
In absence of others, my entries glow.
Third place is mine as I did pay
with an apology given quid pro quo.

GIVE ME FIRST PLACE:

First Place in sight, I shall belay
the trophy to my old Hyundai.
For hope is with me that no poems come
And displace these entries to my dismay.

GIVE ME SECOND PLACE:

I drive across to Second Place
And hug the title with warm embrace.
I stare with glee at trophies three
So Definitely toby, this I tell thee:
In your future, bribes I foresee
If all the prizes belong to me.

Definitely toby

Definitely toby

Alta Sil wrote:In this case, there is still some work to do.

GIVE ME THIRD PLACE:

I submit this poem though it is Monday
For streams of fortune towards me do flow.
Competition and merit are so passť
In absence of others, my entries glow.
Third place is mine as I did pay
with an apology given quid pro quo.

GIVE ME FIRST PLACE:

First Place in sight, I shall belay
the trophy to my old Hyundai.
For hope is with me that no poems come
And displace these entries to my dismay.

GIVE ME SECOND PLACE:

I drive across to Second Place
And hug the title with warm embrace.
I stare with glee at trophies three
So Definitely toby, this I tell thee:
In your future, bribes I foresee
If all the prizes belong to me.

pokes head out of a trap door on the floor, covered in dust and webs

Sold!

You win... one pack of Green Lantern cards!

Brocklandia wrote:Apparently we have a new cashier now. And it's wearing King crab cashier's old shell? Good. Let's see those deadbeat customers try to sneak out without paying now.

Wait, people actually leave this place??

Maple Hockey Canadia wrote:Wait, people actually leave this place??

Cleaning a glass.

In one form or another.

[Watching patrons in the bar]

Collects empty glasses and places them in the glass washer.

Miss Chief wrote:Collects empty glasses and places them in the glass washer.

The shadowy bartender calms down seeing the upstart isn't vying for their job. "Collecting glasses" is much closer to "cleaning" than "bartending" and "cleaning" equals "janitor stuff".

Zany Zanes wrote:The shadowy bartender calms down seeing the upstart isn't vying for their job. "Collecting glasses" is much closer to "cleaning" than "bartending" and "cleaning" equals "janitor stuff".

Fixing a chair the maintenance worker tilts his head to the narration of their reasoning.

Wait. But "maintenance" has been categorized under "janitor stuff" before...oh my goddesses! Brocklandia, Consuela de la Morrela, she's trying to covertly take our jobs!

Zany Zanes wrote:The shadowy bartender calms down seeing the upstart isn't vying for their job. "Collecting glasses" is much closer to "cleaning" than "bartending" and "cleaning" equals "janitor stuff".

'Waitress/Barmaid' is kind of subordinate to bartender, but also assistant to janitorial staff only in minor areas, usually.

Neutrality Foundation wrote:

Wait. But "maintenance" has been categorized under "janitor stuff" before...oh my goddesses! Brocklandia, Consuela de la Morrela, she's trying to covertly take our jobs!

Rearranging some bottles behind the bar.

There, there. I'm sure she means no harm. No need to sick Consuela on the poor thing. Just send her back to clean Cheffy's frier if you're worried about it.

Miss Chief wrote:'Waitress/Barmaid' is kind of subordinate to bartender, but also assistant to janitorial staff only in minor areas, usually.

See. She just wants to be an assistant.

Maple Hockey Canadia wrote:Wait, people actually leave this place??

Yes, but mostly to sell the things they've stolen from our store room on the black market. Or ... that might just be me.

Miss Chief wrote:'Waitress/Barmaid' is kind of subordinate to bartender, but also assistant to janitorial staff only in minor areas, usually.

Wait. We already have three janitorial types loitering around the premises, which is more wait-staff than we have. Exactly how dirty does this place get in a day?

Neutrality Foundation wrote:Brocklandia, Consuela de la Morrela, she's trying to covertly take our jobs!

Agreed. We should get off our butts and unionize, stage a protest, or something. You two go plan it all, and wake me up when you've got it done.

Zany Zanes wrote:The shadowy bartender calms down seeing the upstart isn't vying for their job. "Collecting glasses" is much closer to "cleaning" than "bartending" and "cleaning" equals "janitor stuff".

Hush, Z. Let Miss Chief bus all the tables ze wants. We'll consider that a server-adjacent role.

Definitely toby

study noises can be heard from the floorboards

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