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I used to work at McDonalds and literally every single one of them has happened to me. Ergh.
Price tag: “2 for $3” Customer: “so can I get 1 for $1.50?”
Fuck the customer
No don’t fuck the customer that might get you fired.
"Might" get you fired
((I handed a lady her change once and she gets all indignant and goes, “Ooooh, no. You did NOT just slap that money into my hand!” Which I hadn’t. “Where is your manager?! Get me the manager RIGHT NOW!” So I told her the manager wasn’t there. (It’s just the cashier and the stock crew on night shift) and she goes off like an atom bomb. “I WILL NOT BE TREATED LIKE THIS! BLAH BLAH BLAH!” while her poor haggard looking boyfriend is telling her to calm down and “He didn’t slap the money into your hand” and apologizing for her insanity and trying to get her to leave. He finally managed it and it was a good thing he did cause I was damned close to laughing at the insanity of it all.))
A 5-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumor has one wish for his birthday: a box full of birthday cards with his name on them.
Danny Nickerson, from Foxboro, Massachusetts, was diagnosed with an inoperable and chemotherapy-resistant tumor this past October. He has stopped going to kindergarten during therapy, and gets lonely, according to his family.
"He can recognize his name now," the boy’s mother Carley Nickerson told ABC News. "When he saw his name on the package from magical fairies on Easter, he was so happy."
Nickerson says personalized cards make Danny happy, and has opened a P.O. box to collect letters from well-wishers.
Doctors say less than 10% of children diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, like Danny, live beyond 18 months.
"I don’t really believe in that," Nickerson says. "He is doing great. Every day is a blessing for us."
Danny has received about 40 letters so far, and his birthday is on July 25th.