By Rev - 18/3/2009 05:05 - United States
Today, I was working at Coldstone. When a customer tips us we are required to sing. A late night DJ came in, put 20 dollars in the tip cup, and asked to hear every song we had. After we sang one song he looked at me and asked me to please stop singing or he was taking his money back. FML
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By  olivejuice  |  0

I don't expect my local Coldstone workers to have Grammy-worthy talent. I expect them to sound like people who work for $6.75 an hour or whatever and are required by their part time job to sing to customers. I don't even like that rule, I think its awkward and kind of humiliating.

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  raebeglan  |  7

umm you are crazy! haha I work at a coldstone in Idaho and i didn't have to try out.. nor am I a good singer. even our birthday song points out that we sing off key... so don't post stuff if you don't know what you are talking about!

By  pokipoki  |  0

he sounded like an annoying and rude customer. just because he put a 20 dollar tip he thinks he can order people around? the rule says the workers sing when a customer tip them. it doesn't say "the workers sing for every dollar you put on the tip jar."

By  olivejuice  |  0

I don't expect my local Coldstone workers to have Grammy-worthy talent. I expect them to sound like people who work for $6.75 an hour or whatever and are required by their part time job to sing to customers. I don't even like that rule, I think its awkward and kind of humiliating.

By  Ldy_S_FTW  |  0

i've never been to coldstone...but now i really wanna go...do the workers really sing if u tip them? thats kinda cool...ok thats it, i'm DEF. goin to coldstone 2nite!