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Monday, November 12, 2012

To those who eat at restaurants (everyone)

Posted on Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 2:24 PM

There are customers who are a joy to serve, really. They are friendly, self-aware, good tipping, happy individuals who live their lives in the moment and love the time they spend eating out. There are customers who don't really stand out at all and they are cool too I suppose. But then, aaaah yes, you have the others... the ones who are soooo self-obsessed... so unhappy with their own lives that they will treat waitstaff like shit as if they are the only thing that matters at that moment. They are entitled, they are rude, they are miserable ignorant fools. How you treat each human being means a lot about who you are. Be aware of those who are serving you... it's a two way street... Which type of customer are you? —Slightly Jaded by Fuckheads

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