May 20th, 2003
|03:06 am - signs you need to move into another field of employment|
so on the way home tonight, i decide to stop at dunkin donuts, as i am hungry. i pull into the drive thru, and the guy comes over the loudspeaker. "good morning, welcome to mcdona--- welcome to dunkin donuts. would you like to try a ..... something?"
np: Janis Joplin - - - Piece of My Heart
Niiiiiice. Those transient drive thru workers... Interchangable... Yeah, transient too.
i still remember answering the phone at home a few times like i was at papa ginos, before i realized
did you ask him for a whopper?
hahahah oh man i wish i had. see, i need you around to give me good ideas
|Date:||May 22nd, 2003 05:52 am (UTC)|| |
well your'e on my list of people to visit when i come overseas. and we can go to many drive thru's and hopefully get the transients and ask them for the wrong food.
today i got dinner at mcdonalds. it was mass stupidity on both sides. i ordered a #2
, no pickles and no tomato. #2
is cheeseburgers, so already they won't have tomato on them. oops. the lady says "so you wanted #4
right?" even though it said #2
on the screen. mmkay. so that gets settled, and i pull up to the window. she asks me when i get there "you said no pickles, right?" i say yeah. then i pay and give her the wrong change and she's like uhhh but i don't realize yet that my math skills imploded so she ends up giving me extra change back. then i got my food and my burgers had pickles on them.
come visit soon. it will be nice.
|Date:||May 23rd, 2003 01:53 am (UTC)|| |
stupid mcdonalds worker.
it won't be till december at least.
last time i was there, i got a ton of free creamcheese. that place rules.
I forget who it was...my brain is trying to tell me it was Derek Richardson...but somebody once asked for a "large small orange Coke" at the McDonald's drive-through. The resulting confusion was amazing.
things tico was involved in tended to be amazing.
a couple times i've started into the at$t (that's for you) opening at work, but catch myself and correct the name. the customers don't think it terribly odd because a lot of them didn't even know we're comcast now, and those who do figure i'm referring to att broadband, not worldnet (i always catch it before worldnet). a frightening number still refer to their service as mediaone/roadrunner, and insist they still have a roadrunner address. the roadrunner email address? firstname.lastname@example.org. they pronounce it at-bee (seriously, multiple people), and i don't think ever figured out what it actually stood for. ah, to go through life with that little awareness, it must be fun.
okay, enough commenting on your entries, i go to sleep.
haha. at-bee. tha'ts cute