By kill me - 20/6/2017 04:00
Today, while serving at my restaurant, a mother acted as a wing-woman for her son by insisting I read a note he'd written, asking for my number. I had to awkwardly reject the guy in front of his entire family, before having to keep serving them for another hour. FML
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By  HappyItalian  |  38

No, this isn't the first time I've had that happen to me. Yes, I responded with something like that. The reason why I mostly posted this FML was because the situation itself with his family and his mother was weird to me. Chill and stop assuming lol..

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By  merryhappy1887  |  20

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  HappyItalian  |  38

No, this isn't the first time I've had that happen to me. Yes, I responded with something like that. The reason why I mostly posted this FML was because the situation itself with his family and his mother was weird to me. Chill and stop assuming lol..

By  Leviathene  |  32

I know how awkward that is. Good on you for being brave and continuing to do your job. At my old workplace, when that happened to me, my managers told me to use that and get the customers to buy more drinks before they leave (without a number). I hope your managers are nicer than that.

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  AKchic  |  7

A person shouldn't have to lie in order to reject someone (not saying it is a lie, but a rejection should not require us to cushion the ego of the person we're rejecting).