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if a decade in the service industry has taught me anything, it's that i don't want to do this anymore.
When the homie comes in for coffee 3 minutes before you close and you're like nah it's cool but really you're not friends anymore.
I asked if you wanted Hershey's or Mexican chocolate in your mocha and you said "regular", so you're at least a little bit racist.
I get so excited when I see you outside of work because I don't have to ignore the fact that you usually don't treat me like a human being.
Can't find a seat at the cafe? Stand in the middle of the room and loudly announce, "there is a black prius outside and it's being towed". You're welcome.
If you're old enough to buy coffee then you're old enough to hear the word "f*ck" in a song without it ruining your entire day.
I've never been committed to a mental hospital, but i have sat at a table in a Safeway Starbucks.
We're both on the same team... You want your coffee quickly, and I want you to leave as soon as possible.
A tip is a voluntary payment for service. It is not a donation. It is not charity.
"Don't spend it all in one place" is one of those classic jokes that never gets old. It still makes me want to cry every time.
Whatever drink you order will be announced loudly to a cafe full of people, probably multiple times. Choose wisely.
To the guy sitting alone in the cafe, laughing at his phone and looking around...you can cut that out, no one wants to know what's so funny.