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I did restaurant trade in college, working in two restaurants. I've often said that it was a good experience for two reasons. One was free food, and one place actual had insurance for it's employees. Second was it made be want to do good in college so I didn't have to work in a restaurant ever again.They have never worked in a restaurant before.
Special little snowflakes...
I told The Girl she has to work in the food service at least once in her life. It's an eye-opening experience on different levels.
I look back at my days working in restaurants fondly. I worked in a local restaurant in high school, then landed a job in a pub during college. Both were pretty positive experiences, even when they sucked. My plan for retirement is to get a job in a restaurant- just part time/fill in work. I've already got a place or two scoped out (friends who own eateries).Second was it made be want to do good in college so I didn't have to work in a restaurant ever again.
love those speak to the manager memes yes!It's an April Fool's joke. They did a 180, and mocked the stereotypical entitled middle age Karens with I-want-to-see-the-manager hair and a house full of live-laugh-love word art.
Because American suburbs are filled with nobody but boring white people, amirite?
I long ago removed jean shorts from my wardrobe.I could post plenty of pics of Gator fans in jorts (as opposed to cutoffs). Don't be that guy. (Apologies to Planit)
I don't think I've owned a pair of jorts since the 1980s.I long ago removed jean shorts from my wardrobe.
Now, if I can just stop wearing socks and sandals together that will be the next great personal success.
Oh God.You can only wear jorts if your'e also willing to rock a cell-phone holster. Was anybody else workign municipal planning permitting back when Nextels were around? BEEEP.
I can confirm that. Its become something beyond the founders wildest dreams and they are not as pretentious as to take themselves seriously, hence the april fools joke.
I'm all for it! The hard part is how to invite folks to visit without the appearance of spamming. It's easy for bloggers -- just link to an article. For a message board, it's harder -- forum threads aren't always seen as authoritative, and they don't take the form of articles or essays.Ive often thought that as part of our Cyberbian Great Leap Forward post new BBS, that it probably would be worth it to try and recruit some new blood and fellow omg MILLENIALS for our ‘burb over there.....thoughts?