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I’m cracking up way too much from that.
Lapid: “Anything but green.”
I blame everyone who is ordering McDonald’s or whatever via Uber Eats. They also have the computer terminal kiosks where I live, so when you’re in line waiting, you are also waiting behind however many invisible Uber and kiosk orders.
Most we ever did was put salt in each others drinks, we never did anything like this. Honestly the victim should press charges.
I think you’re reading your own biases into that statement. I didn’t read that as openly mocking what the employer does as a business; rather, I read it as glossing over what exactly needs to be done to have that Kindle at your house in one day.
More of them are making food to order now. And if you’re at a place like McDonald’s that always has a stash of certain menu items prepped, it just depends on what you order.
Is it though? My experiences are certainly anecdotal, but I can’t help but feel like most fast food restaurants have gotten noticeably worse in recent years, to the point I expect to wait upwards of ten minutes for a simple order.
LIST THE GODDAMNED PRICE OF THINGS ON THE GODDAMNED MENU. If not, I’m going to continue to sit there with your cocktail lists asking, “And how much is this one? And how much is that one? Oh, you don’t know—can you find out?” That’s not a better situation for anyone. Unless you’ve got something that’s dependent on the …
The trend towards open kitchens must curtail that a little. While people may want to watch Gordon Ramsey yell at people on TV, nobody wants that happening 10 feet from where they are eating.
Yep. And don’t have Mom get you a cake for your 25th birthday - go out with your friends and have an adult birthday. I’m just wondering if the rest of the story includes her Mom getting her a pony and a bounce house, too.
On the one hand yeah, getting a Moana cake at 25 is kinda strange, on the other hand, “It’s my birthday, I can damn well get whatever cake I want!” is valid.
The firing wouldn’t have happened in the first place if someone turning 25 accepted that they’re a damn grown up now.
Great job ignoring the second half of the quote. You know, the part that provides all the context and shows that your “take” on this is completely wrong.
Kitchens are rough places to work. But in 7 years of busing, running, and serving I never saw physical violence between workers. Smashing plates? Yes. Throwing food? Yes. Actually hurting someone? Never.
Well I like it!
Because it’s SUPER easy to just find another decent paying job in this market...
It never ceases to surprise me that a story on our fellow American workers looking for decent job conditions, will have people lining up to tell you that they side with the corporation.
If your employer openly advertises that it’s going to work you harder, it should probably pay you higher wages.