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(Some Guy)   How exactly does one get into a food fight in the *frozen food* section? Answer: Walmart, of course   ( divider line
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2013-01-22 07:07:28 PM  

Harvey Manfrenjensenjen: ...over the last half-dozen organic eggs.

I bought eggs just yesterday and happened to see the price of hippie eggs. 7 farking dollars. I go through eggs like most people change their socks, and even on my reasonable salary there's no way I'm paying that.

I really need to quit my job and start milking morans for their discretionary cash.
2013-01-22 08:40:51 PM  

Harvey Manfrenjensenjen: oldfarthenry: If this was Whole Foods, the misunderstanding would have been settled with a healing circle and some drumming.

If it were Whole Foods it would be...

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...getting into a knock-down drag-out catfight with...

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...over the last half-dozen organic eggs.

And this is why I have you favorited.
2013-01-22 09:28:36 PM  

spentmiles: When I worked as a night stocker at Ralph's, we'd defrost a turkey and gang bang it. The new guys were always freaked to walk into the back to see five totally naked lard asses farking the living shiat out of a pale skinned turkey. It was sort of an "I'm in" or "I'm out" situation.

Awesome, yet disturbing all the same.
2013-01-22 09:29:32 PM  

dickfreckle: ChipNASA: I used to work grocery at an unnamed Wash DC/MD/VA grocer for about 5 years, and frozen food.
This is not us, but we *TOTALLY* did this in the middle of the night when no one was around.


I worked at a grocery store when I was a kid, and we did the same things. Seems pretty universal that bored people will find a way to entertain themselves with whatever means are at their disposal.

We always cleaned up, though. That was the bummer part, because we made a huge mess.

When I worked in a kitchen in high school, we would have a small couple of side plates to put the odd-shaped/extra appetizers for the kitchen staff to munch on (order of 6 mozzarella , and the bag has 9 left - cook all nine and put the three on the side for us). The problem was the servers started getting greedy with our leftovers and would do things like call out 7 orders when a large table only wanted 5 then come in and say that table X changed their mind (after we had already started cooking).

So, the kitchen manager (assistant manager to the property) decided to soak potatoes in pickle juice and super hot sauce and make a plate of french fries with double salt and loads of garlic. Left them on the snack plate and waited for the servers to try the free samples. Many lulz were had that day.

Boredom and revenge are VERY good muses.
2013-01-22 10:36:35 PM  
The lobster races during the night shift at Carrs eventually resulted in actual arrests due to the value of destroyed merchandise, since it seems none of the lobsters survived much into the next day even after being returned to the tank.
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