BizarreMan: Huh, every McDonalds I've been in for the last few years has had napkin dispensers in the dining room so I can take as any as I want.
Sgt Otter: BizarreMan: Huh, every McDonalds I've been in for the last few years has had napkin dispensers in the dining room so I can take as any as I want.The inner city ones have limits on everything, and huge signs posting how long you can loiter inside the restaurant. The dispensers would disappear if they weren't bolted to the tables.People would come in, order one thing off the 99 cent menu, and "eight waters with lemon slices...THOSE ARE STILL FREE, RIGHT?, yeah, and some extra cups, extra napkins and I mean a lot, ketchup, mustard, salt & pepper, gimme ten of each McNugget sauce, extra forks, knives, spoons, and gimme a bunch of extra bags, too. WHAT? WHAT? WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT? I THOUGHT THIS WAS AMERICA!"
The Muthaship: Give him his $1.5M.In nickels.From about 20' in the air.
SDRR: fusillade762: The last time I went to Taco Bell they forgot my hot sauce. Can I sue for that?If you can find a lawyer scummy enough to file the suit, sure. Oh, and the money to pay him up front, because you're not getting shiat.
NFA: tripleseven: Why didn't he just steal the TP from work?Seriously though, some people are farking weird. Get them around free food, and they're stuffing their pockets, get them around free anything, and they're stuffing it in their pockets.He didn't believe it was stealing. We would tell him that taking more than he needed for the meal was essentially stealing. He would respond that, "They're giving it away". Of course I would counter that the napkins are available for your meal only and not to supply your home with toilet paper.In short, the restaurant where we used to eat, now has a dispenser with only allows one paper napkin and one , fork, spoon, knife, to be taken at a time.As I said, I've literally seen people fill bags of condiments. I mean take all the ketchup in the bin and all the sugar and all the straws, all at once. Are people really that greedy and stupid? Apparently yes.In Cozumel Mexico, I visited a good sized store. There was an unattended table with open bottles of liquor and cups. Customers were allowed to pour themselves a drink (liquor) to try out the various libations they had for sale. I thought to myself, my God, I can't image how fast that scenario would go completely to hell here in the USA.I think we're way too tolerant of greedy idiots here in the US. We miss out on a much more pleasant society because there must always be a system in place to keep people from stealing or taking more than their fair share, etc. When I was a kid, you pumped your gas then paid for it. No gas station in this area does that any more.
BlousyBrown: I was in a Taco Bell once when I briefly lived in Savannah. The girl working the counter was named Kimchi. She thought I was farking with her when I mentioned Kimchi was a food. It was...funny. "Kimchi ain't no food, it a name, white boah!" This was before smart phones, so I couldn't prove it./taco bell//no $2 bill stories, though.That is TERRIFIC!!I was at a place dealing with a receptionist. She answered the phone and said "this is Brushetta". Classic and true.
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