Also, while McEmployee took this to the extreme, there is something to be said about seeing such instant karma happen to a belligerent customer. Yeah I've worked plenty of shitty customer service jobs. *sigh*
If you're acting like a dick, you're going to get beat.
This sad guy in a bar in North Chicago told me that he worked at McDonald's on Wilson St, where the Vice Lord crips still hang out around the projects there (I lived up the street a few blocks, it sucked). He said the management asked him to go into the bathroom and ask the gangsters to stop selling drugs there.
They left, but shortly after sprayed the windows with bullets. The guy asked if he could get a bullet proof vest for his work and was promptly fired.
That's his story, but the McDonald's on Wilson really was shot up when I lived there, so maybe it's true.
Back around 2002 or 2003 a friend of mine went into a Dunkin' Donuts in downtown Boston in mid afternoon and noticed that everyone behind the counter seemed unusually distant and worried looking. It was bad enough that she asked one of them if everything was okay and it turned out that less than an hour ago one of their co-workers had a heart attack and died on the floor in front of them before the paramedics could arrive; they weren't allowed to take the rest of their shift off.
I had a highschool job, worked at a local burger joint. This one night, we were getting ready to close. Then, five minutes before we shut down, a friend of mine (didn't know it was him at the time) came up to the drive-thru and ordered, like, six patty melts. We'd just finished cleaning the grill and everything! But gosh darn it, we were still on the clock, so we got everything out again and started cooking said patty melts for said customer.
Only, when we were almost done with his order, the silly fellow drove off. Just laughed and drove off! We had been pranked! What a sonnofabitch!
Mean streets, boys, but that's just the way we rolled.
Bill Burr is on the case.
even if you hate Burr it's an interesting epilogue
I'd never really paid attention to Bill Bur but after listening to that, despite it being an interesting epilogue, I'd like to beat HIM with that pipe. I guess you never stop being a Massachusetts townie no matter how many years you live in other states.
"CALL THE COPS" woman at the end merits a "white people" tag I think.
In her defense seeing a big dude beat up two women with a metal rod is kind of terrifying.
When I was watching this video full of ghetto bitches acting like ghetto bitches i was trying to find an angle to make fun of yalls white guilt complex with your exhausted, conditional use of 'white people'
and then a white person showed up.
But Old Zircon beat me to it.
Don't think he was joking though.
5 for black people.
I don't see a much deserved 'black people' tag.
OH MY GAWD STAWWWPPP!!
Every once in a while, I'll think it would be a good idea to eat at McDonald's. I used to love that shit. Every time the hamburger is my employee and my stomach is that customer.
I don't really know how the Wal-Marts work in the States, but here in Canada, many of them have McDonalds built into them.
I haven't eaten at a McDonalds in probably at least two years now, possibly longer. Recently, I thought maybe I should do it again. I don't know why. The last few times I've gone there, I spend a good minute looking at the menu trying to decide what is least revolting. But I've decided, on a day that feels right, I should eat at a McDonalds. But I'm not going with any of this brick and mortar McDonalds shit. I'm going into the belly of the beast itself. I'm going straight to the Wal-Mart McDonalds for the whole experience. Why, if you're going for it, not absolutely go for it.
I'm thinking, to really get the most out of my experience, I'll walk into the clothing section and eat there.
The last time I ate at McDonalds was after watching Supersize Me. Only thing I got from that piece of food-hipster agitprop was a wicked craving for McNuggets.
I think everyone liked McDonald's at one point; when we were kids, and deep inside McDonald's advertising demographic. The McDonald's corporation was kind enough to let us children share in Ronald's many exciting magical adventures, so of course their shit burgers are going to taste great.
Those nuggets though, mmmm. I know, objectively speaking, they should be awful, but something - I think it's the bland filmy skin and the air-bubble filled meat texture - makes McNuggets awesome. Get some honey to dunk 'em in (I don't know if your McDs have honey anymore, but ours don't) and you're all set.
Remember that fucked up clip how a prank caller convinced a fast food manager that he was a police detective and they needed to strip search an employee?
They actually made a movie out of that. It's called "Compliance" and it's on Netflix right now. Fucked up.
Esperma de Mutante
There's already a Law & Order episode that tackled that same clip, and it had Robin Williams. It was every bit as terrible as it sounds.
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