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2012-05-30 10:56:49 AM
Karma, or just old fashioned dumbass, you decide.
 
2012-05-30 11:18:30 AM
That 70's Show did it right. And Eric & Donna got revenge the best way.
 
2012-05-30 11:19:00 AM
Another cunning stunt undone by her lack of smarts.
 
2012-05-30 11:20:34 AM
Or when you're pulling that move with some "trendy" girls at a pizza parlor, make sure your stupid tagalong friend, Freddie, doesn't leave behind his glasses. That happened to me once. My wealthy father and his sexy assistant, Kate, didn't approve.
 
2012-05-30 11:21:29 AM
Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.
 
2012-05-30 11:21:32 AM
I used to manage a couple restaurants and busting people Dine and Dashing was one of the highlights of some otherwise pretty boring nights...
 
2012-05-30 11:22:11 AM

basemetal: Karma, or just old fashioned dumbass, you decide.


Can it be all of the above?
 
2012-05-30 11:22:45 AM
Nobody dashey-diney on Stavros.
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2012-05-30 11:22:47 AM

Rapmaster2000: Or when you're pulling that move with some "trendy" girls at a pizza parlor, make sure your stupid tagalong friend, Freddie, doesn't leave behind his glasses. That happened to me once. My wealthy father and his sexy assistant, Kate, didn't approve.


I'll never forget that episode. Oh, Freddie...
 
2012-05-30 11:22:56 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


Stupid knows no bounds.
 
2012-05-30 11:24:30 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.
 
2012-05-30 11:25:29 AM

URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.


I'd make em clean the grease trap.
 
2012-05-30 11:25:58 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


When your car is twelve years old so when your key fob actually cracks in half you don't get a new one because you live in the city which is why your car is cosmetically beat to hell so you're just putting enough into it to keep it running well so screw the convenience and looks factor.

Or so I've heard.
 
2012-05-30 11:27:05 AM

URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.


Some places will charge the waitress for the price of the check when people skip out.
 
2012-05-30 11:28:32 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


So I'm not supposed to keep it attached to my keys?
 
2012-05-30 11:28:44 AM

Rapmaster2000: Or when you're pulling that move with some "trendy" girls at a pizza parlor, make sure your stupid tagalong friend, Freddie, doesn't leave behind his glasses. That happened to me once. My wealthy father and his sexy assistant, Kate, didn't approve.


Silver Spoons???
 
2012-05-30 11:30:10 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


I used to know someone who would leave her key in the glove box and only used the fob to lock/unlock the car. She reasoned that by unlocking the car and then putting the fob back into her pocket/purse before getting in she wouldn't forget her keys in the car and be locked out. It worked for her until she left the key in the ignition and had a dead battery that prevented her fob from opening the locks. People will find a way.
 
2012-05-30 11:31:01 AM
The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate
 
2012-05-30 11:31:55 AM

louiedog: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I used to know someone who would leave her key in the glove box and only used the fob to lock/unlock the car. She reasoned that by unlocking the car and then putting the fob back into her pocket/purse before getting in she wouldn't forget her keys in the car and be locked out. It worked for her until she left the key in the ignition and had a dead battery that prevented her fob from opening the locks. People will find a way.


The fob that came with my car has a cute little hidden key in it. Love that!
 
2012-05-30 11:32:27 AM

Mr.Tangent: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

So I'm not supposed to keep it attached to my keys?


I think the idea is that with a fob there's no reason to lock the doors from within the car. If you lock the doors from outside the car then you must have the keys on your person and not locked inside the vehicle.
 
2012-05-30 11:33:57 AM

basemetal: URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.

I'd make em clean the grease trap.


While it's cooling.

lewismarktwo: The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate


Fantastic idea. Waitress got to buy you a shot and the busser got your tip.
 
2012-05-30 11:34:47 AM

lewismarktwo: The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate


You working class hero. Your server probably just got docked for that experience.

/hope that cash tip was really large, like $15.
 
2012-05-30 11:38:09 AM

AbbeySomeone:

Fantastic idea. Waitress got to buy you a shot and the busser got your tip.



She should have warned me the shot was that much. And bussers don't get no respect.
 
2012-05-30 11:38:19 AM

AbbeySomeone: basemetal: URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.

I'd make em clean the grease trap.

While it's cooling.

lewismarktwo: The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate

Fantastic idea. Waitress got to buy you a shot and the busser got your tip.


You sound like you've been a waitress.....and kind of bitter about the whole thing.
 
2012-05-30 11:40:23 AM
Keys, Wallet, Cell Phone, Glasses.

If I don't have all four, I'm not moving from this spot until I do.

Makes life a lot simpler.
 
2012-05-30 11:43:16 AM

MAYORBOB: lewismarktwo: The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate

You working class hero. Your server probably just got docked for that experience.

/hope that cash tip was really large, like $15.


Actually, I left a single penny, with a note on how to improve service.. and like... uh.. uhm.. something else dickish.
 
2012-05-30 11:43:25 AM
csb:

I was driving back home to Louisiana from Chicago and stopped off at a Waffle House in West Memphis around 9 PM. I ate an $11 meal and was going to pay with a credit card. I was told they only accepted cash (this is March 2004) They had an ATM inside, though. I knew my bank account had about $15 in it. The ATM would only let me withdraw in multiples of 20 and tack on a $3 charge on top of that. I was not happy with the idea of overdrafting so I asked the waitress if I could walk over a gas station to get some money. I went across the parking lot to an Exxon hoping I could buy something cheap and get cash back. Nope, the Exxon wouldn't allow that. I was told to go to an ATM in the gas station which offered the same lovely terms as the waffle house's ATM. So I left the gas station, walked to my car and drove off.
 
2012-05-30 11:43:41 AM

URAPNIS: AbbeySomeone: basemetal: URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.

I'd make em clean the grease trap.

While it's cooling.

lewismarktwo: The only time I ever dined and dashed or rather dined and 'leisurely strolled away whistling hands in pockets' was when a Mexican restaurant didn't list the prices for the booze. I ordered one Mescal shot and when the bill came it was $15. For one shot. This wasn't a titty bar. F that dawg.

/left a cash tip under the plate

Fantastic idea. Waitress got to buy you a shot and the busser got your tip.

You sound like you've been a waitress.....and kind of bitter about the whole thing.


I've had several occupations but waiting tables is the only one I've had nightmares about.

lewismarktwo: AbbeySomeone:

Fantastic idea. Waitress got to buy you a shot and the busser got your tip.


She should have warned me the shot was that much. And bussers don't get no respect.


Trolling or obtuse asshole?
 
2012-05-30 11:43:46 AM

lewismarktwo: She should have warned me the shot was that much.


So you ordered something without knowing the price and without asking what the price was, consumed it and then walked out in disgust when you found out what the price was?

Genius. Talk about personal responsibility......
 
2012-05-30 11:50:02 AM

dv-ous: Keys, Wallet, Cell Phone, Glasses.

If I don't have all four, I'm not moving from this spot until I do.

Makes life a lot simpler.


I do this + my watch
 
2012-05-30 11:50:09 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


17-20 year olds from Upstate NY? They couldn't spell 'FOB' if you spotted them the 'F' and the 'O'...they were probably driving some 25 year old beater with heat that doesn't shut off and 4 mismatched tires. Seriously, a fob? That is classic...lol
 
2012-05-30 11:52:32 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


Um, I have a 2007 Hyudai Accent which, in the grand scheme of crappy cars, isn't all that crappy. It, like so many of its brethren, came only with a traditional metal key. But it's paid off and runs well, so forget you and your strange notion that every car on the road has a key fob these days.
 
2012-05-30 12:47:41 PM
Years ago, a couple did this at my restaurant. As the car sped away, one of my employees threw a rock that broke the back window of their car. I punished him severely for that dangerous act with a day off with pay.
 
2012-05-30 12:49:55 PM

wambu: Years ago, a couple did this at my restaurant. As the car sped away, one of my employees threw a rock that broke the back window of their car. I punished him severely for that dangerous act with a day off with pay.


To be honest, you should have fired him. That one reckless act could have shut down your restaurant.
 
2012-05-30 01:01:50 PM

Drubell: dv-ous: Keys, Wallet, Cell Phone, Glasses.

If I don't have all four, I'm not moving from this spot until I do.

Makes life a lot simpler.

I do this + my watch


People think I'm really religious, but I am just checking for testicles, specticles vallet and vatch.
/part of some old joke.
 
2012-05-30 01:03:43 PM

basemetal: URAPNIS: AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.

I would imagine that anyone that does a dine and dash, can't afford a car with a key fob.
Then again, they could just be farking jerks.

Either way, the restaurant got screwed.
They should've been sent to the back to do dishes or clean out the dumpster.

I'd make em clean the grease trap.


I'd make them toss the salad...
 
2012-05-30 01:09:07 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


Unless you lock your key fob in the car with your keys. (since they are usualy attached to the same ring).

I've done this exactly twice.
Once I was out-processing on a military base. It was in KS during winter. One of the places I had to go was a quick in/out. So I left the car running (since it was on base). I exit the car, push down on the door lock like normal, and shut the door....*pause*.....crap. I had to walk about 2 miles back to the barracks to retrieve my second set of keys. In a t-shirt. I was cold.

Once I was taking my dog out for a ride. Stop at the gas station and shut the door so the dog wouldn't get out. The dog is all like "What'cha doing now?" and put her paws up on the door frame...right on the door lock. Keys were in the ignition. My Acura has a nice feature where if you pop the driver door lock down, it locks ALL the doors. Luckily it was a (fairly) short walk home. Though that time wasn't totaly my fault.
 
2012-05-30 01:13:06 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Who does this anymore? Key fobs should have done away with the whole locking your keys in the car thing.


I must be missing something here. Why can't you lock your key fob in the car? When I hop out of the car, I hit the power "lock" button on my door out of complete habit.
 
2012-05-30 01:13:58 PM

animal900: wambu: Years ago, a couple did this at my restaurant. As the car sped away, one of my employees threw a rock that broke the back window of their car. I punished him severely for that dangerous act with a day off with pay.

To be honest, you should have fired him. That one reckless act could have shut down your restaurant.


Well, Dad was apologetic for his behavior.
 
2012-05-30 01:37:41 PM

wambu: animal900: wambu: Years ago, a couple did this at my restaurant. As the car sped away, one of my employees threw a rock that broke the back window of their car. I punished him severely for that dangerous act with a day off with pay.

To be honest, you should have fired him. That one reckless act could have shut down your restaurant.

Well, Dad was apologetic for his behavior.


But did he and mom pay their tab?
 
2012-05-30 03:16:42 PM
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2012-05-30 04:11:27 PM
I had/have a friend who decided to do a beer run with some of his ,as well, under age beer drinking buddies back in the day. He sat in his brand new truck, a present from his father, while his Boys ran in and snagged a case of suds.
Sounds like a stunt many young men have pulled, but these guys were short a few .oz's in the brains department and managed to commit a slue of felony's in its commission..
First 3ed stooge pushed down a old man who worked in the store, in his get away, breaking the old mans Hip.
Second 3ed stooge knocked over a glass cased refrigerator on to the owner, in his bid for freedom.
meanwhile,Main Stooge sitting in his Brand new Pickup truck had just got his DL, and remembering his Driving school instruction, had parked in a legal place outside the store, and being all for safety, set the parking brake of his stick shift truck, and being fugal, turned off the ignition.
As the three Stooges tried to make their getaway, the owner and workers and customers stood around and watched the truck start up, bounce up and down as the newby driver stalled the immobilized truck repeatedly, over and over again. not making it out of the parking lot, until the police arrived, which is when the driver released the brakes, and led the Cops on a two county chase until wreaking his new Truck.. The Beer? Coors.....
 
2012-05-30 04:50:58 PM

The Iron duke: The Beer? Coors.....


At least it was worth the trouble.
 
2012-05-30 09:46:00 PM
Mixolydian MasterI must be missing something here. Why can't you lock your key fob in the car? When I hop out of the car, I hit the power "lock" button on my door out of complete habit.

I think he was talking about a keyless entry/keyless start fob. It never needs to leave your pocket. It's a very convenient and nice feature in a lot of newer cars, but I doubt these 17-20 years olds pulling a dine-and-dash were driving a new car. If you don't have the fob in your pocket, you can't lock it inside the car. If you have it in your pocket, you are never locked out.
 
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