casey259 Posted June 30, 2014 Share Posted June 30, 2014 Kick outs, they eventually happen. I had a pizza place (decent average each month) ask for me to come by and pick it up. Now when the lady called she was angry over the phone on her voicemail. When I went to get it, I talked to the lady who greets you at the front who seats you who I see everytime and I asked was there anything wrong with the machine, any service issues, bad product, commission too low, etc. She said no to all of these only that the new manager wanted it out. Then I was so incredibly fortunate on this day to be greeted by the new manager. She came out and got into my personal "bubble" and was asking who authorized this machine and that she's lucky that she didn't throw it away and how I'm breaking numerous federal laws and how I could be sent to prison. I usually treat people with respect in these type of situations as hey it's just a bubble gum machine, I began to laugh and not just a little bit but a lot as her attitudes were down right ridiculous. She threatened to call the police for the machine and in the back of my mind part of me wanted her to so at least the cop could carry the machine to my car but I kept laughing and just picked up the machine and walked out. She came out into the parking lot still angry and saying how I'm no longer welcome in the city. Not the restaurant...the entire city. So while an unfortunate kick out that I have to relocate which isn't a problem, that really did make me laugh. I'm pretty sure the extreme laughing on my part didn't help. This proves that sometimes the inmates do run the asylum. When in doubt just laugh it off as she could've just been having a rough couple of days and just move forward. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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