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By poorman - / Monday 11 August 2014 19:54 / United States - Huntington Beach
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  Kyle1dc  |  17

You totally should've put some hair or spit in his food, guess who's touching your internal organs asshole! Bonus points if you get a sick coworker to do it with you.

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  blazingshot147  |  19

@76 If he's like me, (no not the rude aspect) he uses change instead of a bill because we hate breaking bills down. If I have a $5 and a dollar and some change, and make a purchase of $1.87 I will find the best way possible to come up with that amount instead of using the $5 bill.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

How does this happen more than once? I mean, I don't wanna side with the guy 'cause he sounds like a complete ass but if you don't like 'poor people' as he put it, why the f would you go to Mcdonalds?

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  doodlecloud  |  26

Actually, come to think of it, you don't really touch other people's hands when exchanging money anyway.. I kind of drop it into their hands in a specific way so as to not drop coins everywhere. This makes no sense on any level. But then I guess I'm a fool for trying to find logic in this kind of thing...

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I worked in fast food while at uni and had this happen... I looked him dead in the eye and said I was completing a degree with honours at uni and contributing to science. The hospitality job was just to keep me occupied and earning whilst learning. casual fast food jobs often offer flexibility with hours. The dickhead assumed because I was in fast food that I had to be dumb and poor. Dont make assumptions people. Fast food employees may be the next doctors and lawyers!

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  Stazza11  |  27

... There is no such thing. People need to harden the fuck up. I mean why does there have to be a fear for everything? I could run my hand through my hair.... WHOAH WHATCH OUT, here comes another pointless scientific name for something that doesn't exist.

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  lat1404  |  16

Fears don't have to be rational to be real. Not the I agree with what the customer did. But there are plenty of phobias which people can't control.

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  GamerG0DDESS  |  29

I'm afraid of faces, I realize my fear is irrational and ridiculous; just because it's a jerk like fear (such as homophobia or the fear of certain races) doesn't mean it cannot exists. I also fear men because of a certain event early in my childhood. Yes, it's awful that some of the people with these fears have bad ways of reacting to their particular fear (such as racism, sexism, vulgar language, violence), but they exist wether we agree or not.

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  ChristianH39  |  30

Phobias are anxiety disorders, some may sound ridiculous but they definitely do exist. A phobia isn't just a fear, it's a fear of something irrational or to an irrational degree

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  GamerG0DDESS  |  29

I suppose you could, 126; you wouldn't see me since I avoid my doors like it's a disease. Due to my irrational fear of faces I tend to avoid windows, doors, or anything that may show the outside world. Strangely, since you mentioned Halloween, masks don't set off my attacks, so I can talk to someone just fine if their face is covered.

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  KingSplatter  |  9

I get a bit of twisted pleasure in paying with exact change. And better still when it comes to, say $7.35 and paying with $12.35 and watching the person behind the register almost stroke out trying to figure out that I wanted a $5 bill back

By  DiamondGirlj  |  18

Yep, mcdonalds is very high classed! (for people who can't tell, this is SARCASM)

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