By Anonymous - 20/11/2014 16:20 - Canada - Sherbrooke

Today, at work, I put on a smile and went to take an elderly gentleman's order. He looked at me, asked if I'd stick a finger in his sweet tea to make it sweeter, then complained that it was a shame I wasn't "on the menu". FML
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"Oh I'm on the menu, sir. You just can't afford me."

Well that's rather uncomfortable...


Well that's rather uncomfortable...

It might be his way of making conversation, elderly get lonely and their people skills deteriorate. Nonetheless still awkward.

I see nothing wrong with that.

You have to treat some elderly people as small children because they say the darndest things. Albeit creepy, all were compliments!

"Oh I'm on the menu, sir. You just can't afford me."

Did she ask him where else he might like that finger

Old man: "then lower your rates you filthy prostitute."

"We will see about that. Name your price."

38 there are some things money just can't buy.

You have it in your blood, doc

Plot twist the old man is Hugh Hefner

#47 For everything else, there's MasterCard.

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Looks like he wants to taste you.

hmm.... cannibalism perhaps?

I don't think you understand what he/she meant.

Is it bad if that sounds like something my grandpa would say?

It's only bad if he says it to you

I was thinking the same thing exactly.

An old man used this on my aunt when she was a waitress.

tell him to check the dessert menu

There are 3 types of elderly. The nice gentle kind. The grumpy and ones that complain about everything. And the last the weird ones that I can't even describe shown here.

I wonder which one i'd be...

14 is elderly now?

You never know

The horny ones, #6

Nothing better than creepy old men hitting on you. Tough luck OP

That's just creepy.

I would of said , "let me check if I'm in the menu "then never came back .

Then you'd be out of a job, good job

"No sir, I'm not on the menu, but we do serve water for free. You can drink as many glasses as you need to quench that big thirst you have."