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By  Briarpatch  |  20

It does suck, but I have to ask this. If you couldn't give it to the customers, why was it where the customers could see it? Is there no staff-only area? A back room? A break room?

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By  Briarpatch  |  20

It does suck, but I have to ask this. If you couldn't give it to the customers, why was it where the customers could see it? Is there no staff-only area? A back room? A break room?

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  davidfong  |  14

I’m going to assume she was just got to work and was carrying it to the employee area and the kid saw it. But yes it seams like the cake was out in the open for to long. She should have been able to say no and walk them to the employee break room and that be the end of it

So I’m going to call bs on this story and say it’s fake

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  JubileeBee  |  31

from her wording, it sounds like she just came into work and was bringing them to the back/employee room when the von bitchensteins saw the cake and flipped their shit

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  Briarpatch  |  20

That's just it -- the wording is too unspecific to give a clear picture. Two cakes to share among coworkers seems to imply quite a large number of employees (more than eight at least), and that seems like enough people that there would very likely be a separate entrance for employees. The only place I ever worked that had customers and that also did not have a separate employee entrance was a movie theater. Every store I ever worked in had an employee entrance into the back room where employees could punch in and take off their coats before they had to face the customers, and those stores never had more than five or six people working in them at any given time.

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  Levivy4Real  |  7

I work in a store of over 200 people (Home Depot) and while we have back entrances, they’re always locked from the outside. As employees we’re all required to take the main entrance, and there isn’t a special employee entrance. And I’ve worked in three other stores, all with 15+ people, and we’ve never had an employee specific entrance

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When I worked at a movie theater (with an upwards of 30 people on payroll at a time), we had to walk through the lobby to get to the employees door. And we also did not have a break room, so we took breaks in the lobby. I’m guessing either OP was bringing the cakes in, or they didn’t have a break room and we’re out eating the cakes on break where customers could see.

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Actually , yes, some work places do not have "sitting areas". my job for example has only one small office for the manger to sit, but everyone can see inside it. so dont go trying to blame them when the real problem is the mom allowing her child to act that way

By  simmpandher  |  24

... Did you have them close enough to the person for them to do such a thing? I'm sorry but I feel like this could have been avoided. Like, weren't these cakes covered? I'm sure you didn't have them in anyones face but like... how could she have gotten close enough to do what she did?

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  FluffythePink  |  6

This middle aged white woman would have verbally flayed that woman for such vile behaviour, infront of everyone and the kid.
Personally I would like to see what correlation exists between the shocking erosion of common courtesy and basic good manners and the rise of the internets cult of Me, me me...

By  tounces7  |  25

Honestly, you should have gotten pictures of her and let them go viral. Being the monster she is, she could have easily been run out of town for something like that.

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