By Jon - / Monday 14 May 2012 21:46 / New Zealand - Christchurch
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  thatoneguy79  |  10

1 - It can't be a conspiracy; those don't exist. Like Roswell, aliens, honest politicians, and the perfect Christmas tree, conspiracies were invented by the movie industry when they ran out of cowboy movies. Anyone who tells you differently is probably under some sort of brain control device.

Though you didn't hear this from me, because I was never here. You only thought I was, but I really wasn't.

  Addyy_  |  5

28 - If she was a ninja then OP's $50 would have just gone "missing" as well as all of his friend's money and the the money in the club's register

  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

12 - Why a fifty? Because sometimes that's what the bank gives you. And planning it with the waitresses? It seems more likely this "waitress" didn't even work there.

  itsame0987  |  18

18. I don't know of any ATM that gives fifties. Also, banks will ask if you want small or large bills. Op must have asked for large bills, which is really dumb if you are going to the club. Don't carry large bills to the club ever. That does suck op, but you also deserve it for carrying bills that large to the club.

  MarisaCB  |  16

That's what I thought. I don't drink, but I didn't think drinks cost (for 2) fifty dollars. Why not have gotten smaller bills at some point?
And how could op not noticed if they didn't work there. Having worked as a waitress, I can say there's always either a uniform or little apron or nametag to distinguish them from customers. But my bad!

  BubbleGrunge  |  18

This whole thread deserves a face palm. So, it's OPs fault that the waitress stole his money? Why, because he paid with a 50? A drink at a club can cost anywhere from 7-20 bucks or more depending on what you buy. Not everyone goes to an ATM, some people use an actual teller. Sometimes, people like bigger bills because they are harder to spend. Don't try to justify the waitress stealing by claiming OP should have used smaller bills. And, there is a very good chance, the other waitresses lied by saying the waitress didn't work there. Hence the word "claimed."

  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

58 - Why does it matter if they went to a teller and asked for big bills? What's it to you? Also, I didn't say ATM. Where I'm from, ATMs spit out only 20s which is why I didn't say perhaps OP went to an ATM. Hey, maybe a friend paid OP back and that's all they had in their wallet. You don't know!

  kyliebear  |  15

Um, OP probably only had a fifty because he went to the ATM and they only give out 50 and 20 dollar notes. And why would someone go all the way into a bank to the teller to get money? That's what an ATM is for.

  cr3ativity  |  15

But how did she get the two drinks, that I assume were untouched?
Because I'm fairly sure that if OP noticed that his "drinks" were already sipped from, he would notice that something is afoot.

  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

That's going a bit far, Il Maestro. Usually two forms of photo identification, a pay stub not more than 2 weeks old, and three notarised letters of recommendation are sufficient.

  amandalillian  |  27

Its a club, people are drinking, I barley trust my friends with my money in that environment. Might as well make the extra 20 steps and order it yourself rather than have a friend come back with 3 rum and cokes and six shots for the two of you.... all I wanted was a beer, I don't even get the logic of your choices

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