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By Rev - / Wednesday 18 March 2009 05:05 / United States
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By  olivejuice  |  0

I don't expect my local Coldstone workers to have Grammy-worthy talent. I expect them to sound like people who work for $6.75 an hour or whatever and are required by their part time job to sing to customers. I don't even like that rule, I think its awkward and kind of humiliating.

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  raebeglan  |  7

umm you are crazy! haha I work at a coldstone in Idaho and i didn't have to try out.. nor am I a good singer. even our birthday song points out that we sing off key... so don't post stuff if you don't know what you are talking about!

By  pokipoki  |  0

he sounded like an annoying and rude customer. just because he put a 20 dollar tip he thinks he can order people around? the rule says the workers sing when a customer tip them. it doesn't say "the workers sing for every dollar you put on the tip jar."

By  olivejuice  |  0

I don't expect my local Coldstone workers to have Grammy-worthy talent. I expect them to sound like people who work for $6.75 an hour or whatever and are required by their part time job to sing to customers. I don't even like that rule, I think its awkward and kind of humiliating.

By  Ldy_S_FTW  |  0

i've never been to coldstone...but now i really wanna go...do the workers really sing if u tip them? thats kinda cool...ok thats it, i'm DEF. goin to coldstone 2nite!

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