By SlothyMolly - United States

Hey, it's you!

Today, while working my shift at Taco Bell, a creepy guy started flirting with me. He said, "You remind me of something," acting as if I knew him from elsewhere. I quickly said I used to work at Chili's. He shook his head and said, "No, not a person! An animal. A sloth maybe." FML
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  boofgall  |  16

4- No matter how much of a dumb shit the customer is, you should never do that. Potentially making someone ill over a silly comment is not necessary. Plus, that really shows what kind of character you are if you blow your cool to something that quickly.

  berichsoon  |  11

You are absolutely right 72, I would not make it in the food industry. I don't mess with people but at the same time I don't take shit from nobody, and a lot of costumers nowadays treat restaurant workers like shit

  vadaaa  |  11

No, not all creeps are ugly. Some are handsome/pretty and act a creepy way. Some ugly people are sweet without being creepy. It goes both ways.

  Voij  |  16

There's a universal law for both genders:
The more attractive that you are, the lower the chance that what you say/do will be considered creepy by others. (They will instead think of it as "quirky" or something similar.)

  HowieDoIt  |  21

I'm sorry, some random guy, but his comment comes right after your mule comment. Quite frankly, yours makes no sense, and Pleo's looks like a bowl of heaven compared to yours.

  Pleonasm  |  34

I'm not really slipping, since that implies I've changed. It's just a non-pun comment, referring to an action a sloth does to try and explain why she should be called a sloth.
Not meant to be funny or whatever, just my thoughts.

  HowieDoIt  |  21

And you 2 numbnuts obviously weren't on yesterday when he slayed a few in a row. Don't bash the regulars when you have nothing more productive to offer.

  ironichalibut  |  24

41- Comedy and information is the trade of the Internet, jokes and ideas are the product. If you can't produce something that's funny or intelligent you have nothing to offer the market. I apologize for how little humor is in this comment. "Sphincter", there, that ought to lighten it up.