To all the wonderful people who messaged me about the nasty drinks customers have had you make, have you tried them? At our store if there’s any left over, we’ll try them just out of curiosity. Even though we know they’ll be gross. Especially this one time a customer asked for a lemonade with a shot of espresso. Eww.
Espresso with lemon! Tastes Absolutely disguisting but cures a headache beautifully.
from zero to internet explorer how ignored do you feel
white pencil crayon.
Terms and Conditions.
Warning label on cookie dough packages.
“You must be 18 or older” webpage warnings
First piece of bread in a loaf.
Will Smith’s second son
Wait he has a second son?
this is what comes up when you google will smith’s children
Man, I sure am glad people like you exist! I would never have realized that the possibility of other jobs exists! Thank you, so much, anonymous helpful soul on the interwebz.
I’ll go right out and find another job that pays this well, has as good of benefits and is flexible enough in their scheduling to accommodate my pursuit of *gasp* acquiring the necessary professional certifications to begin a career thats not in food service.
I love how self righteous fuck trucks like you always assume the service industry is the end goal of the people who work there and not a temporary stop on the way to “bigger and better” things. And how, because we CHOOSE to work there (and I do, I actually love my job) we are somehow obligated to put up with the shit that people give us. Because we arent people ourselves or anything. We’re just the dumb fuckers between you and your morning drug addiction.
And it’s not that I have unreasonably high expectations or anything. I just expect people to treat their fellow humans nicely, think critically and utilize the information provided to them. You know, like reading the fucking FAQ on a blog before thinking that they’re the first person clever enough to point out that “hurr durr you could get another job”
Go fuck yourself with a chainsaw.
I actually not only transferred districts, but states.
You’re gonna have to take point on this. Call the other store, fill out paper work on your end and (seriously here) call their manager and district manager every day until you’re actually on their schedule.
While I’ve found that Starbucks is happy to transfer partners, managers tend to leave it to the partners to do the leg work.
Very true indeed.
- Burning your hand on the steam wand
- Slicing a body part on cardboard boxes
- Soar arms/legs from lifting boxes/jugs of milk
- Smashing your fingers with the tamp or in the register
- Some sort of liquid getting into your eyeball
- Cracking the skin of your hands because of the sanitizer
- Trembling body from drinking too strong of a drink in the morning
- Scalding yourself with freakishly hot water
To name a few.