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I hope you all enjoyed the guest bloggers. I haven't gotten a chance to
read their posts yet, but I am looking forward to it.

Work went all right--I like the coworkers I worked with today. I think
I'm really getting a sense of my coworkers' personalities now. It's
been a couple weeks, and so I think we're past that tentative What do
you do?<.i> stage. P, despite sometimes acting like a child, is an all
right guy--he does know his stuff, and he is an interesting guy with a
plethora of trivial knowledge. B is a good kid in his bad-boy stage. I
imagine that he's what my little brother will be like in a few years. D
is another good guy--actually, I work with a lot of guys. We were joking
the other day that it was like five against one, there were so many
guys...and me. It was cute. Everyone is nice.

The people that come to the restaurant are mostly families, and a few
regulars at the bar. I like families, even though thier messy. The
kids are cute, and most of them are well-behaved. There have been a few
cheerios-everywhere incidents, but nothing I couldn't handle. Waiting
tables is nothing like retail, though, I'll give it that.

Have any of you worked in the restaurant business? Any crazy stories to

Monitor Tina

Date: 2009-07-26 01:21 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
I worked in pizza from the time I was 16 to the time I was 25ish. Started off as a buffet stocker and ended up a manager. I have tons of horror stories. One of my favorites, though, is the old man who would come in every Sunday morning to order the exact same thing and to try to get the phone number of a little 17 year old girl that worked there.

Re: Monitor Tina

Date: 2009-07-26 01:35 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Haha, wow. I don't know if that is creepy or adorable.


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