By left out - 11/01/2014 20:26 - United States - Spencer

Today, I sang "happy birthday" to my best friend. Sadly, it was while waitressing at work, where they were having a celebration I hadn't been invited to in the first place. FML
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I'm not sure you're really best friends...

Is the person aware you're best friends?


I'm not sure you're really best friends...

HowAreYouToday 34

no, op *clearly* said best friend. learn to read lmao.

#10 please be sarcasm, please be sarcasm.

#12 The community hoped that #10 was using sarcasm, the use of asterisks and the acronym 'lmao' determined that to be a lie.

HowAreYouToday 34

actually that was sarcasm. petition to make a new symbol to place around text to make it seem sarcastic

It wouldn't have mattered anyway because OP had to work maybe her friends knew that

#10 were you force fed a bottle of stupid juice?

There is one. It's called a sarcmark, but it's copyrighted by the guy who invented it so you have to buy it in order to use it.

Doesn't #10 have to be stupid somewhere else?

72, not until four.

#71, I think you can use copyrighted/trademarked material without paying as long as you're not saying that you created it/you're not getting money off of it. Not too sure though. O.o

if they knew OP was working then OP wouldn't have made this post

#39, that's what my icon, the backwards question mark aka snark, stands for...

Sarcasm is lost on you

As long as you disclaimer it and don't take any money for it, yes, it's legal.

Spit in the cake!!

Yeah real civil >.>

I feel like they would be able to see the spit if it was frosted ...

What if her friend went there for dinner because she knew OP was working that shift and couldn't go out? What's the chances she tried to ditch her best friend and showed up at her job for dinner? And only to be met with hostility and a spit on cake. tisk tisk whos the bad friend here

I was thinking the same thing, 94. I'm a server and our hours often seem odd and erratic to people with "regular" jobs. Weekends are meaningless to us, we can't take off. Still love my job. :) Every night when I get off can be Saturday!

Aw. That's too bad. :(

^Nice use of a comment. Maybe they didn't invite you because you were working..?

You might not be her best friend... Sorry that sucks

If they were best friends wouldn't they know OP worked there?

I'm thinking perhaps they didn't invite him/her because they knew OP had to work, but figured they could go to the restaurant where OP works so he/she could still be present..

Exactly what i was Thinking. Nicely Done

Is the person aware you're best friends?

Does she even know your name?

Yeah she has a name tag duh

#65, you do realize that at finer dining establishments, they don't use name tags?

Yeah. What's the point of a name tag if the waiter/waitress says, "Hello, my name is _____, and I'll be serving you today."

It is part of our spec at the Italian joint I work at to NOT say your name unless asked.

Well you work there maybe that was the intention? Still an invention would have been nice...

Pfft, having your own invention is better ;D

Maybe she wanted to do something special with her "best" friend later one :/

Maybe she knew you were working and that's why she had her birthday there?

If that was the case, it'd still be really weird not to get an invite and be in on the idea of having the party at her work. Sounds like a bad friend, in my opinion.

My thoughts exactly!!

No matter which way you spin it, it all sounds bad. F her life, right? Lol

That's a rotten-food situation

please don't tell me that was you actually trying

#9 should be a comedian, I'm in stitches.

Holy Jesus, that was quite literally the funniest attempt at being funny I have ever seen! Man... It takes a special kind of stupid to fail that hard

I can't take this comment seriously

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