Working in retail, restaurants, hospitality, and the like is always… definitely… something.

Besides the long work hours, the tedious duties, and the very often inadequate pay, there’s all these clients to deal with, and not all of them are pleasant and civilized. That’s not say they’re the polar opposite, necessarily, but they are surely far far away from what makes a 5-star client because of their aggression or awkwardness or just flat-out bizarreness.

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Whatever the case may be, there are loads of stories of less-than-favorable clients from people working in these industries, and one former Starbucks barista has sparked a bit of a story-fest with his tweet recalling a customer interaction that still haunts him to this day.

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Space Whale
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6 months ago

Wow

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Space Whale
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6 months ago (edited)

I read the last bit first and I am 𝓼𝓵𝓲𝓰𝓱𝓽𝓵𝔂 disappointed

Sa Ruuu
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6 months ago

I gotta ask, how the hell did you add a word in cursive???

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Jennifer
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6 months ago

I'm going with the security guard. I mean ... You're still alive

Potato
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6 months ago

But at what cost?

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Potato
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6 months ago

The Taco Bell needs a security guard? Oh, they aren't paying you enough.

Micah
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6 months ago

*armed security guard

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real_izuku
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6 months ago

✨magic battle for his soul✨

BasedWang
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6 months ago

this is pretty good but lmao at "Santa Ria"

Em Cloud
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6 months ago

Came to see if anyone else laughed at that. The best part.

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Nadine Bamberger
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6 months ago

What's your relationship with Christian paraphernalia? Ever looked at a Bible and it spontaneously cumbusted? Does holy water burn? Ever flinched at the mention of the name of Christ? If you answered one or more questions with a yes please contact your local exorcist or watch an episode of Supernatural.

Saffron Azrael
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6 months ago

*wheeze* Supernatural...I love it!

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Alexa Saltz
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6 months ago

This is hysterical! Oh the visual!!

Caleb Burrows
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6 months ago

I got to say this security guard sounds awesome you protects you and your spirit.

Carrie Demirel
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6 months ago

@stoutwalker. That is freaky & glad you are ok 🕊️ having dealt with a lot of bizarre things in my life - full disclosure, I've never practiced any form of witchcraft - I'm familiar with the realm having gone through serious spiritual battles in the last 7 years. The fact that you're still around bodes well that God is/has protected you 👍🙏 I think God placed that security guard in the right place, at the right time as a spiritual warrior on your behalf, as a young guy that wouldn't necessarily be familiar with that realm... There will be those that diminish the reality of the spiritual realm and for those that say there's no such thing as evil, try opposing it...

Susan Sims
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6 months ago

Ditto on your entire post. The guard was protecting the employee with the "armour of God". Actually, no laughing matter. The dark side is serious business and nothing to be messed with. Period!

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Devisa Sim
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6 months ago

When Taco Bell needs a security guard

Wendy Monkelien-Brown
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6 months ago

I know that in a town in Iowa, they used to have them in some of the stores that were near problematic areas, & this was over 30 years ago, so....

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Péter Rózsahegyi
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6 months ago

If you still work at a Taco Bell after 30 years then the Santa Ria guy won.

Tonya Wallace
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6 months ago

Snob

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Insert Generic Username
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6 months ago

Dude practiced Santa Ria 😂😂😂

Anthony Nizza
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6 months ago

I want an armed security guard that protects my body and spirit!!

StarlightPanda!
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6 months ago

I've had some weird situations working at a grocery store. One time I had an older man (maybe younger senior citizen) mumbling to me about how the girl was in the room and he didn't mean to hurt her. The way he said it was actually creepier. Another incident was working in the bakery. A guy kept trying to ask for free samples (which I wasn't really allowed to give out) and I put the last one on the counter and he freaked out and told me I was racist for doing it. Customer service also had someone claim they were racist because, wait for it, they asked her if she wanted a bag for her items. Racism is horrible. But so is falsely claiming it. We had some kids sitting in a circle in the parking lot having what appeared to be some sort of seance.. The most recent I can remember is a guy telling me that all of us who are vaccinated for Covid-19 now have AIDS. I guess he skipped health class.

Wendy Monkelien-Brown
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6 months ago

I had a guy walk into the convience store I was working at mumbling about you had to be a werewolf to catch a werewolf, so right there with you. Working graveyards REALLY brings out the "interesting" people for sure!

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Sefra Wilson
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6 months ago

Straight out of a movie scene glad that security guard brought Jesus to work ! NOT TODAY SATAN!

LILYANDPEARL
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6 months ago

I am confuzzle

Nancy Kane
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6 months ago

Sounds to me like he was on drugs.

Lisa Koski
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6 months ago

Pintos and cheese IS A BURRITO.

Corey Beth Greaves
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6 months ago

Lol wow that's a very dramatic night at work.

Sonia Shanzer
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6 months ago

I don't practice Santeria, I ain't got no crystal ball Well, I had a million dollars but I'd, I'd spend it all If I could find that Heina and that Sancho that she's found Well, I'd pop a cap in Sancho and I'd slap her down. And buy me some pinto beans and burritos.

Brandy Grote
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6 months ago

Don't do cocaine, kids.

Not Important
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6 months ago

Wow, this really has 572 negative votes? I'm kinda shocked! I thought this was a good one! It's kinda hard to believe that it was made up, I mean it had to have happened because you can't make that up!

Not Important
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6 months ago

Derrr, I feel stupid now! I didn't realize that it's up 572 votes! 🤦I thought because it was on the negative side that it was negative votes with no positive votes! Wow I need more sleep!

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Tom
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6 months ago

If you still work at Taco Bell, I think the satanic cowboy won the battle.

Marcus von Hohenlohe
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6 months ago

You remember one of those TUPPERWARE parties of the ‘70s where you organize a get-to for guests to try out some newly released sets? Well this happened in the Philippines and the address where it happened is in one of the ritzy places in the city metro. The promo-lady arrived at the house where a party is already in progress. The hostess welcomed her and led her to the adjacent room where she can set-up her wares for the guests to check later. As she was alone in the room, it struck her as odd that all of the guests she saw when she arrived where dressed in the typical attire of the Spanish Era, as the country was formerly a colony of Spain in the 1800’s. Thinking it was a costume-themed party typical at that time by the aristocratic elites in that area, she hurriedly finished her chore as the night is getting late. Suddenly the lights went out, there’s no one there except her but an old abandoned, decrepit mansion with a sign outside that says PROPERTY CONDEMNED - KEEP OUT!

Sofie Carmine
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6 months ago

Nice story

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ohjojo (me/mine)
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6 months ago

Do you still have your balls? You win

Alana Voeks
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6 months ago

Jolly good time. One has a mental disorder of some sort, the other is extremely religious. The poor guy in the middle. That last part did make me laugh though!

TRose
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6 months ago

Never a dull moment at taco bell

Avie Cottoy
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6 months ago

Wow! I love that security guard for that!!

Zanshin
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6 months ago

What I want to know is, did this security guard have an encounter with this person previously, or did he just recognize the cult from the guys outfit.

El muerto
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6 months ago

look for horns...horns are a sure sign of loosing one soul

Darlene V
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6 months ago

Santa Ria

Julie Ann Castillo
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6 months ago

I think the guard won seeing that you are alive??

Nothanks L. Walk
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6 months ago

WOW. I am greenlighting your script sir, I NEED to watch this movie.

LSR
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6 months ago

It is spelled "SANTERÍA", you f**k.

Melvetta Bowles
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6 months ago

You two won when yall started praying

Susan Mercurio
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6 months ago

Well, obviously the good guy won. You're still here and more-or-less sane, right?

Betsy Novack
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6 months ago

The cheesy beans hiding in the tortilla cloak of invisibility.

Vincent Jay
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6 months ago

I would not have been worried. An undeserved curse does not come to rest. Proverbs 26:2

backatya
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6 months ago

too long to read

Amaranthim Talon
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6 months ago

Santa Ria absolutely killed me! Lol.

Basko
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6 months ago

Well, you haven't ended up in the living hell, unless this is one... Which is just as possible.

Susan Currie
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6 months ago

Santeria

bushmeat
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6 months ago

Santa Ria? LMAO. Santeria.

Heather Wright
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6 months ago

Best story ever

Keerthi Vardhan
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6 months ago

Could have been an epic hilarious scene if it was a movie bit, but hell, magic can be dangerous. Glad the security guard prayed instead of using lead in his gun.

Jilly
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6 months ago

Awesome!

Darlene V
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6 months ago

Santa Ris

Cody Barr
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6 months ago

Spiritual warfare is a real thing and the fact that the security guard prayed over you is awesome. Perfect reaction!

KLo
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6 months ago

Omg, you got me laughing my ass off here!!!

bethfaceplays
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6 months ago

"Santa Ria or something." Sure. We'll go with Santa Ria.

Amery
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6 months ago

Wow. I'd have quit, on the spot, or ordered my kiddo, to do so !!!

Edmund McFarlin
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6 months ago

Sooo Big Trouble in Little Mexico

Xatia L
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6 months ago

Ah yes, my favorite Sublime song, “Santa Ria”

Elizabeth Molloy
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6 months ago

Santeria

Jodi Smith
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6 months ago

This is awesome... with $100 worth of food, you could of given him an order of pinto beans....

Sarah Kathrin Matsoukis
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6 months ago

I wanna see the satanic cowboy so bad

/bored_as_heck/
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6 months ago

"I don't practice Santaella, I ain't got no crystal ball"

Kai
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6 months ago

That is glorious!

Kate Russo
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6 months ago (edited)

Woah😂! Never a dull day in the fast food industry to keep you on your toes! LOL! Definitely the employee won! The spell was put on him, and the powerful security guard set him completely free of it☺!

Debby Marengo
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6 months ago

...and neither did a dang thing!

Persephone
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6 months ago

Oh my g.... the service industry never fails to disappoint, eat your soul, and traumatize; I think we know who won if you escaped it!!!

Denise Kenney
Community Member
6 months ago

Their wages weren’t worth your spirit and thankfully your spirit guide was with via a man in a security guard suit… makes one wonder, no? I believe that we all have a guide, a spiritual angel with each of us. I’ve had several times in my 66yrs that I don’t know how I got through it but for the grace of my guardian angel, my spiritual guide cal it what you may but they exist my friends… sit relax and think of something that could have happened to you but something stopped you, you know what I mean? Okay coming across strange to most of you out there but I know what’s true in my heart. My grandpa had “the gift” and myself and some of my cousins have too maybe not as strong as grandpa’s but nonetheless we are empaths in our own way. Peace ☮️ out friends.

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Monica Rathé
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6 months ago

Woah. Also, where are there taco bells with armed security guards?

Lalicia Kaline
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6 months ago

I love this way too much

B S
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6 months ago

eh... i'm more inclined to believe he was under the influence of meth than satan... but as someone who's hung out w actual satanists, still amusing.

BorPand8
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6 months ago

Santeria has nothing to do with Satanism (except in the minds of some Christian fundamentalist nutbars)

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Melody Clark
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6 months ago

Wow lol

Penny Brown
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6 months ago

Your still here and not in the murder pit. So security guy won.

Septimus Heap
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6 months ago

Damn bruh that.... That's just different 😅

L.a. Williams
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6 months ago

Sorry that happened to you. I worked fast food in the 90s had a guy grab my hand when I handed him the order. Tried to pull me out. Didn't work as soon as he grabbed my hand I leaned back. I wish what happened to you I was there to see would have been awesome

Mry Cstl
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6 months ago

Yes. I heard about a girl once. A guy grabbed her by her wrist and tried to drive off.

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AngelWingsYT
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6 months ago

Well ok then

Nicole Harnischfeger
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6 months ago

🤣🤣🤣 You sound like your a decent person so my guess is that evil did not prevail that night

Ian Frazier
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6 months ago

I read it in the correct order and am thoroughly pleased,.

Holley Moysenko
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6 months ago

That is the best thing I've ever read! 😂

Domonique Rudder
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6 months ago

Baha, wowwww.... right place at the right time.

Daniel LaDue
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6 months ago

The ending killed me. Absolutely hilarious.

Pollywog
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6 months ago

🤔

DumYum
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6 months ago

Can’t imagine how much food this was. The first time i went to Taco Bell was at my nephew’s (young stoner at the time) request. He ordered so much food I thought the bill would be at least 50 bucks. Turned out it was under10 bucks.

SinéadQ
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6 months ago

That's amazing. Did you give him the pintos and cheese? heh

Lizzi Huffman
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6 months ago

Next time you make up a story for attention leave the nonsense religious crap out & then maybe it will be believable

Kevin Van
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6 months ago

He probably just saved your ungrateful ass tbh, but you must be white or black if your culture doesn't believe in ghost and spirits, yet you have haunted movies lol.

bugsway Frisk
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6 months ago

He's still at one piece so Jesus won.

kelly
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6 months ago

I get paid over $190 per hour working from home with 2 kids at home. I never thought I'd be able to do it but my best friend earns over 10k a month doing this and she convinced me to try. The potential with this is endless. Here's what I've been doing.. Copy HERE ===))> https://www.salarybaar.com/

Marisol Foronda
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6 months ago

Fyi pintos are beans.

Bernd Herbert
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6 months ago

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I am always baffled when I learn there are still grown people out there who believe in magic

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Yeah you sound like a fat racist Karen 🤣 why didn't you just give him the whole order at once? It's really not hard. You want people to feel sorry for you when this man obviously didn't do s**t to you but your fat racist white side is showing its true colors. F**k you Kkk.

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MyOpinionHasBeenServed
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6 months ago

This isn't weird at all.... just sweet and sad.

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Writer, reviewer, and host of the @LowStakesShow, Terence Wiggins, also known as The Black Nerd, went to Twitter to share an interaction with a customer he won’t forget anytime soon because of how haunting it was.

Back when he was working at Starbucks, one day he was cleaning the restrooms and knocked on the women’s restroom door to check if anyone was inside. Lo and behold, there was, but instead of casually saying it’s occupied or something among those lines, he got a very angry “WHO IS IT?”

He also asked folks who worked similar jobs to share their haunting conversations with clients. And boy, did Twitter deliver!

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Gaby Almodovar
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6 months ago

Speaking from experience....

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KitFrey
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6 months ago

Wow I wouldn't have been able to hold the laugh that long!

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Nathaniel
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6 months ago

Not that I am defending this man, but it is some kind of stupid to bring your wife and your mistress to the same places. Keep everything separate.

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“I usually check my Facebook Memories first thing in the morning and I'm constantly reminded of the years I spent working at Starbucks,” Terence explained the origins of his tweet in an interview with Bored Panda. “I don't remember which memory made me ask the question but I'm sure it was something bad.”

Needless to say, when the tweet started racking up likes left and right, Terence was very surprised when the counter nearly reached 10,000 for both quoted tweets and likes. While he does have a modest follower base, the tweet went beyond the usual metric.

“It just exploded and I started seeing replies and quote-tweets from celebrities,” elaborated Terence.

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Space Whale
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6 months ago

Awww. This was nice

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Nathaniel Nganga
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6 months ago

damn anger issues

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MyOpinionHasBeenServed
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6 months ago

Yeah... You possibly dodged something bad there.

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Space Whale
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6 months ago

That is not ok

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Stories from workers in retail, restaurants, and the like often circle around customers from hell as most of these places are very accessible to anyone and so the chances of running into a difficult clientele are high. But that’s not the only reason, as explained Terence:

“I think there's a certain type of person who views customer service workers as less-than or someone that they can boss around without any consequences. It's really not most customers, 90% of customers are fine but there's a 10% that have a brain that's a jar full of angry bees and they have to let it out on someone who can't do anything about it.”

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real_izuku
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6 months ago (edited)

Little game of tug of war.

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El muerto
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6 months ago

and at that day the pyramids became very sad

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El muerto
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6 months ago

next time jesus comes around, he will turn chicken into cheese...and sprite to tequila

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henry weston
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6 months ago

oh no! thats really sad

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Nathaniel
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6 months ago

Slick!

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As mentioned previously, Terence’s tweet inspired quite a lot of people to share their experiences.

These included everything from exposing mistresses to customers discussing wounds to elderly people shouting gun violence hypotheticals.

And then there was this 6-tweet story by a guy who used to work at a Taco Bell and had a client who was described as a satanic cowboy who took half his order before storming off, then returning after about 20 minutes, getting upset about his other half of the order, which he wrongly remembered, and then chanting in Spanish, while his bodyguard counter-chanted something as well. That one also received over 8,000 likes.

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R Carson
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6 months ago

She was

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E B
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6 months ago

Yankee Candle has the same problem.

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El muerto
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6 months ago

I always get a little irritable when possessed

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sofacushionfort
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6 months ago

He must have had an X to grind

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E B
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6 months ago

In the USA, the answer is yes.

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Now, in some cases these difficult customers might just have interesting personality quirks or could just be tired, but in other cases they could also be inherently angry, sad or straight up weird if they act that way in public. So, we asked Terence what his take on this was, and he had this to say:

“I think it could be both. There's harmless people who have weird personality quirks or are tired or some such thing and they will definitely say something weird that'll stick with you. On the other hand, there are people who have some inherent anger or sadness that they've decided to take out on other people and that other person is usually an employee getting paid minimum wage and can't possibly fight back.”

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HarriMissesScotland
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6 months ago

Self-entitled moron.

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Space Whale
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6 months ago (edited)

Where is the second part of the post?

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henry weston
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6 months ago

thats not good... hope it ended well.

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E B
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6 months ago

Yeah, corporate apparently has no idea what customers actually want.

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E B
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6 months ago

Cow squeezings, ma'am!

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OK, PSA time.

“Employees are people. They have about as much power in the situation as you do and unless the employee is being an a-hole for no reason, just cool your jets about small things. Your food or drink will eventually get made, you'll eventually get that product you want, there's no such thing as the mythical ‘back room’ where we're just hiding products from customers,” said Terence.

If anything, be kind to your waiters, store clerks and everyone else who makes your life easier.

You can check out everything we talked about in context here, and you can also take a look at Terence’s socials like his Twitter account and his Low Stakes Show podcast as well as his Ko-Fi shop.

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Moezzzz
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6 months ago

Yes, because everyone knows that gay equals pedophilia. (My eyes cannot roll far enough into my head for this train of reasoning....)

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gayFrog
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6 months ago

entitled parents much?

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Red Ruffensor
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6 months ago

Wow, what an a s s h o l e!

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Bedlamite
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6 months ago

I was in the hospital after appendix surgery, there was another woman in the same room, she was nice enough, but Sunday came around and a whole gaggle of Church ladies came to see her. I was trying (pretending) to sleep until one of them came over to me and laid hands on my head while praying. I'm non-religious, and don't have anything against people who are, but keep your bleeping hands off me. I felt so violated. That was over 25 years ago and I still get pissed when I think about it.

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LAS
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6 months ago

What a c*nt!

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Claire Stanfield
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6 months ago

Had a regular who would send back the first side of fries claiming they were 'greasy'. We prepared another side of fries exactly the same way, and they were fine. Every time.

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Francesca Annoni
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6 months ago

I worked for years in a shop... an Italian luxury underwear brand.. You don't know how many time we had to tell the customers you must try the bottom piece of underwear and swimwear OVER your own underwear... and sometime I found underwear stained..why try underwear if it's this time of the month? Without your underwear?? It was unbelievable ...and disgusting...

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Space Whale
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6 months ago

What just happened

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real_izuku
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6 months ago

i don't think we have that brand in this store sir

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real_izuku
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6 months ago

I'm sorry sir, I'm just the delivery driver

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