By innocentbarista - / Sunday 17 March 2013 19:00 / United States - Los Angeles
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  fml121785  |  14

This was probably the same lady who after she got her coffee was still pissed off, took a seat and then noticed a girl across the cafe texting someone about her. Then she proceeded to start screaming at her to stop talking about her to whoever she was texting and the poor, startled girl was just trying to check the time on her phone! Crazy bitch! Now she has two FMLs written about her!

  curlstar  |  6

Yeah, I get that OP is a man. Still, charging a woman for steamed milk does not lead me to think he is sexist. If it was a man and woman together expecting to pay the same amount, unaware of the extra cost for milk, then I would understand the confusion. Or if the women had seen a man ahead of them pay less for the same order, then one might draw the same conclusion that they did. They must be hypocrites to accuse OP of being sexist just for charging them full price. It's unfortunate.

By  hoffmanam  |  13

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  DontClickOnMe  |  28

It doesn't make the OP a bad person for charging them, though. He doesn't make the rules and maybe he would get in trouble for not charging them, who knows. I mean, yeah it's only 40 cents, but if during his whole shift a bunch of people ordered steamed milk, then that could add up to a lot of money.

  fml121785  |  14

You probably would have been a good person without a job too! Employers consider that stealing from the company when you don't charge the additional amount for extra items.

  Allornone  |  35

I think 40 was correcting the second word of his first post (changing "they" to "there"), not trying to change the "their" to "there." If that's the case, he IS correct, and you all need to chill.

  perdix  |  29

#32, highly imaginative! :D I doubt the OP did it intentionally, butt maybe he did. I thought perhaps you saw something involving the similarity of "barista" and "bastard."

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