Remember that one time you went through my tip jar to find change to pay for your latte? That was awkward. Sorry about your face.
You're describing your weekend like I give a sh*t. Weird.
The third time she tried to correct my coffee-making technique, I poured out her latte and handed her a job application.
Someone just said I should be "ashamed" that my boss raised prices. If I had any shame I wouldn't be working this f*cking job.
"I'm on a mission to civilize" - Will McAvoy.
"If you break this dollar I'll be able to give you a tip"
If someone asks "for here or to go?", the answer is not "for here, but in a to-go cup". Because that is a f*cking obnoxious answer.
"At the staff meeting tonight we'll be going over the new rules, which are mandatory for all employees except for the ones we like."
I am 100% sure that isn't a service dog because you are carrying it in your purse.
I went to work on Halloween dressed as someone with no self respect.
One of my favorite ways to pass the time is convincing old ladies that their latte made with half-and-half is actually pronounced, "breev".
If my job didn't involve talking to people, I'd be hella good at my job.
If you order 3 americanos and watch me make them, then the words "oh, I wanted those iced" become inconsequential.
Instead of being mad at me for charging full price, you should thank my co-worker for giving you a deal on your 3 shot soy vanilla latte.
Food service... The only industry where the boss can cut your pay by raising prices.
"Dude, lemme get a blended mocha latte coffee" -- "Dude, no."
Your lady orders a tall drip and you order a grande extra sweet white chocolate mocha? That relationship probably won't last very long.
"The sign says that the juice is fresh squeezed, and I didn't see you juicing any oranges back there after I ordered."
if a decade in the service industry has taught me anything, it's that i don't want to do this anymore.
I can't tell if you're a natural-born jackass, or if you're just trying to make it onto the website...