By Erik Aleckson - 05/05/2019 02:00
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When you work in Customer Service and Hospitality, you have to deal with the (sometimes literal) shit that happens. Also, if you don't like dealing with drunk people, working in a hotel is not for you. I'm guessing you didn't change your mind about your job only after these two minor incidents, because that would be pathetic, and frankly you'd look like a bit of a wuss. Be happy you have a job, weigh the pros against the cons, and handle the bad things as and when they occur, like an adult. Or, quit your job because you'll see a lot worse the longer you stay there, and it would appear as though you want to run away from even the smallest problem like a child. Your choice.
Yeah, but it's a stupid one. If OP was a paramedic, and complained about having to deal with a patient who was bleeding out, you'd say it was part of the job, and they should have known that going in. Same thing goes for working in a hotel. Things like this were bound to happen, and OP can't really complain about it like it's the worst thing in the world.