Hold up. I'm mouthing all the words to I'm Sorry by Tom Macdonald.
Okay, um, sure. Can I have orange juice?
Takes glass back out.
Goes to a hole in the wall and taps beside it. Unevenly, a dark fluid begins trickling out, lumps intermittently clotting the opening before splashing into the glass. Once it reaches near the top of the cup, the bartender taps again and the stream ends. They place the drink before the customer.
Alta Sil and Definitely not east lodge
I keep forgetting that happens when you get orange juice. You literally get juice that's orange. I don't want to ask what it is.
There is this app that people told me you're not supposed to touch unless a manager asks you to. And I didn't know, so I got 99% of this course done and wanted to show them. So they were like "you aren't allowed to do anything except this other app"...
And now the app I was banned from is now a requirement for everyone, but I wasn't on the list. I spent a month or two doing one article at a time between dealing with customers, and kind of hid doing it. Now they let people walk around doing them all day. There is this himbo future marine boy who says oil like oūll, who was given a tablet and just did nothing except the course.
And I asked the manager if I were on that list, and they said I wasn't. I get it if I did it, so there's no need to go through it again or be on the list. But the fact that they made it mandatory for everyone except me grinds my gears. Didn't mean to say that. It just makes me mad. They didn't even say anything to me
Yeah. I want to keep an open mind, but I really don't want to. Ugh its a store. Like they shouldn't be this ignorant. Maybe they should. Idk. I like working in restaurants more than retail
I told someone I was asexual and said I wanted a gf and they didn't want to talk to me anymore and an unnamed person (but I know exactly who) told upper management I was talking about inappropriate things on the clock
You do what you like, but I wouldn't bother keeping an open mind in that regard. Better in my opinion to accept they don't know what they are doing and understand that it just doesn't matter. Literally people around you and people in charge are going to do incredibly stupid, short sighted, ignorant things and it's genuinely a great skill and asset to possess the ability to take a breath and say: "Not my problem."
*Unless you know that it's maliciously discriminating against you or harming you in some way, in which case it's a better skill to be able to put a stop to that behavior via speaking to someone in charge or quitting.
Cleaning a glass.
Personally, I hate the service industry. Wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole if avoidable.
I suppose it depends on your work environment, who you spoke to and your relationship to them and how comfortable they were with the discussion, and the policies in place at your job. The bar is pretty lax about what we can and can't say...
Leans in conspiratorially.
But I think they're just happy as long as we aren't looking for our paychecks.
Consuela de la Morrela and Definitely not east lodge
Yes, I know. But where else is this random small town gonna have somewhere for $12/hour and up for a teen job?
I'm tired. I'm gonna go sleep or something. I'm still recovering from the autistic shutdown the other day. I used all my emotions for the following 2 days.
Eat the paychecks. Just put them in your mouth. Kay I'm gonna sleep. Goodnight.
*goes into wall*
I have a question, what would an Armenian Pop convention look like?
Ummm… darkish, i guess
Jobs never do. They're finicky critters, especially when they decide to go to other people.
Have you thought about replacing your blood with something less ... volatile as a sugar-carrying agent? We have this really nice mix of oil and water that has been dripping out of the air-conditioning unit ... or a new drum of Hyper-Jolt Cola, received just this morning. We're not sure what the "jolt" chemicals are, but we've ruled out Vitamin C and most barbiturates.
That's likely because you haven't joined the World Assembly. In addition to providing secret information about how to assemble things*, they allow you to give and accept endorsements.**
* Their instructions about assembling cheap Ikea tables and chairs always come in handy here at the Bar. As often as this place gets destroyed, the boss ain't investing in quality furnishings.
** Which are apparently different from endorphins. I wouldn't know.
I can see how your upper management would get upset about perching on top of the clock. The HR department probably has some of those annoying policies about abuse of timekeeping devices. You could try getting a job at a place where time doesn't exist, like Hell or Old Navy.
And T-pop is, what? ... Trans-pop? Well, cool--then tell your brother those hairy women in the videos are trans and thus A-pop qualifies. You can then make him listen until his ears bleed.
Yes, yes, I know: I'm being politically insensitive for a joke and now everyone is all offended and stuff ... again. So be it. You people have got to stop being so easily triggered every time someone mentions ears.