You Just Got Served!

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It was a long day my friends, so I popped into my friendly neighborhood bar and grille for some libation and something on which to nosh. I came face to face with Joe A. Customer; the standing “A” for abnormally large, pulsing hemorrhoid. I must tell you, as a customer, I know I’m not always right, but what happens when a customer is totally wrong?
    Well, here begins the story of Joe A, who began his evening being inappropriate with his young, busty waitress. Her look of disgust was evident to all who looked on, but did not seem to faze our overly friendly Joe. The waitress, being a smart little cookie, swapped tables with a strapping young man. Joe was not happy and began to migrate into a class” A” duodenum. The wait staff was not happy. The customers were not happy. The waitress scratched her ass, and then fondled his food.
    I saw it. The couple next to us saw it as well. Joe, did not because he was busy flapping his lips because he could no longer flirt with something half his age. She had no interest in your tawdry advances. The waitress had no interest in you. Here’s the irony. The ass you wanted to touch, you ended up eating. I wonder if it tastes like crow? Joe, you just got served your just desserts for being a jerk.
    If you are going to go through life being a grade “A” assmunch, then be smart enough not to anger the people serving you food. I know I should have said something to her about Karma, how life is reciprocal, and what we give out, comes back to us. I saved the words to the waitress because maybe all of those things were now being applied to Joe.     

 Be nice to your wait staff and tip them with cash. If you tip them with your credit card the bar owner takes a piece. But most importantly, act as if your mother taught you some manners.

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16 thoughts on “You Just Got Served!

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      Cheryl Corbin said:
      November 30, 2011 at 7:22 am

      Not a problem, I am using WordPress. I often suggest to people who are new to Blogging, work in the platform that is most user friendly to you. I love WordPress because I can post from email, text and have the visual I want in media and images. I hope this helps and thanks for reading.

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      Cheryl Corbin said:
      November 25, 2011 at 6:11 am

      Thank you for reading, you seem to have missed a word or two in your third statement. Actually my posts are rather short with the exception of the last on Weather Vanes, which was written for my weather vane aficionados as a ping back/link for thier sites. Although I hate to use an adage, a picture is worth a thousand words, so I guess two pictures are worth 2,000. Thanks for reading.

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    November 22, 2011 at 7:51 am

    Yesterday, while I was at work, my cousin stole my iPad and tested to see if it can survive a 40 foot drop, just so she can be a youtube sensation. My apple ipad is now destroyed and she has 83 views. I know this is totally off topic but I had to share it with someone!

      Cheryl Corbin said:
      November 22, 2011 at 10:45 am

      Lucien, the nerve of her! I think this would be a great topic to blog about; people who borrow and break your stuff.

      As soon as you find your way clear, tell the world what a jerk she is, and for only 83 views, was it worth losing the love and trust of her favorite cousin?

      Thanks for reading and thanks for sharing.

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      Cheryl Corbin said:
      November 21, 2011 at 7:43 am

      Hey Back! Some of the simpliest Blog platforms are on Eblogger. Easy to use, not hard to understand. But with anything you have to work at it. This is my 3rd template to find the right balance of colors and layout. I love WordPress because for me, it is easier to use. When I teach blogging 101, I usually teach the student in eBlogger.

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