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May 15 2008 12:24 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: KatieMaz

I've actually had people answer the phone when I was washing their hair. So friggen rude. I tend to just shut the water off and move on the the next client, whether or not they still have shampoo on their head.

God, that's beautiful.
still trill.
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May 15 2008 12:45 PM   QuickQuote Quote  

I don't remember people being this horrificly rude, even just 5 years ago. But now, everyday I am reminded that we live in a society where no one has the common decency to show any respect. Perhaps I was oblivious?

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May 15 2008 3:01 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Nah, I think our society has just begun rapidly declining (more than it already was) in the past few years.
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May 15 2008 10:28 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: sherman


natty ice queen
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May 15 2008 10:39 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I don't care one way or the other. Most people who come in to pick up food while they're on the phone stop talking for the few seconds it takes to pay and leave. The one thing I hate though is the people with bluetooth headsets. I can never tell if they are talking to me or the person on the phone.
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May 15 2008 10:56 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
i used to be a manager at a subway with a very busy lunch rush with lines out the door. it was pretty much business people with a small amount of students from the college down the road. I don't have time to be polite and wait for these customers who talk on cellphones, due to the fact that our lunch hour was super busy. so if someone was one the phone i would just loudly ask what they wanted until they answered me. If they didn't answer, i would just ask the next person, and that cellphone talking customer would be pushed out of line. I felt bad being rude to this person, but all these other people shouldn't be late coming back from their lunches just because somebody wanted to talk on their phone. My business isn't going to suffer just because you wanted to talk to your friend or husband on lunch. wait four more hours and call them then. or wait until you done ordering your fucking food.

the worst one was, "oh im on the phone with my friend at the office and i'm waiting for an order from them," and then peice by peice over the phone, you make their sandwhich. and then at the end they tell you they want another sub with a line of ten people behind them. grow up, write down that order before you leave the office, hand it me, and let me make it.
Time Husk
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May 15 2008 10:56 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by:zombiecatpickle

Originally posted by: dianna

it usually old people who do this.

I see it mostly with college-age girls in West Chester. Every time I walk into the big Wawa on Market St, there's some snotty little cunt in line, gossiping to her BFF OMG LOL about something completely asinine. They all sound like a pack of banshees being thrown into a wood cutter. Then, when they get to the register, they point to what they want with their horribly mishapen fingernails, take forever getting their money/credit card out, and don't even say one word to poor cashier.

Fuck these people.

You pretty much have it completely right, couldn't agree more.
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May 15 2008 11:05 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
obnoxious cell phone users get decaf.
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