I know it’s been a while since I posted here, sorry bout that, been on vacation and working buku hours at my job. Sometimes even we servers actually get busy. Anyhoo.
Today’s title comes from one of my last tabs in the bowling venue of my job. I was out at another bar (the bowling bar isn’t open on sunday nights anymore) getting drinks from one of my lanes when I noticed a couple walking toward the front door. I glanced into the bowling area to see that their lane was off, meaning they’d paid out and were ready to go.
“Hey guys, ya’ll planning to pay?” hey, I’m a hick, and I’m proud of it, so no ya’ll comments.
“Uh…we just didn’t know where you were at….”
“Were you planning on looking for me outside? Perhaps I was outside having a smoke? Perhaps in my car having a joint?”
“We just couldn’t find you”
“So you were perhaps planning on returning tomorrow to pay your tab, maybe next week?”
Needless to say, I didn’t get a tip from them after I finally got them to pay out with me. Trash
I worked a 14 hour shift yesterday, and I’ll never do it again. I didn’t even get a thank you for doing it, much less offered a free meal or credits for games or anything. Never do that again. I’m also being forced to re-take my certified trainer class, being that some people complained about how they were trained. I’m sorry, but when I”m the only person in a venue, with 12 lanes, and 8 billiard tables, and 8 of those lanes filled with parties, the other 4 with 3 and 4 people each, and billiard tables all around, it’s a little hard to train someone who has never served before, or someone who just wont listen to anything.