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10:28pm 21/09/2006
 
 
LocaKitty
Who gives tips in gift cards? Beyond Bread does. Buttheads.

$20 tip...in gift cards.

See, when you take a large order, you should split the tip with the cooks. After all, they did make the order, put all the other ones on hold to work on that particularly large one. A driver just takes the food out to the person. And puts wear and tear on the car, gets attacked by dogs and trips over rocks and what not in the dark because the asshat customer didn't turn the fucking porch light on. I digress.

Anyways, so I figured, ok, a $20 tip is probably what I'll get from these guys, it's a little over 20%, so this is good. And it's in freaking gift cards. I gave the gift cards to the HAM and told him to figure out a way to get something for everyone with it. BB is a bit expensive, so I don't think it'll go far. He told me to make sure I put it in my tip tracking. As a joke. I said, quite seriously, "I don't fucking think so."

Still had a pretty good night though. Busy busy busy. Actually had 1.5 hour delivery times. Only me and one other driver, so that is a good reason why. :)

I guess Thursday night is the night for pizza!

Ok, to bed.
mood: blahblah
 
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 footnotefetish
 
12:56pm 22/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Why We Cite: Good Coffee
That's pretty shitty, considering the fact that the actual cost to them of anything you buy with that gift card will be lower than $20.00. And for all they know, you hate their food. Maybe we should have brunch there one week and be as obnoxious and offensive as possible. Then you could spend your gift card.

I guess they might have thought they were doing you a favor, by giving you a tip that wouldn't have to be claimed on your taxes. At least I would assume that's the case, since it's not real money.

Man, now I feel bad for once tipping someone in postage stamps. I didn't know better back then. I suppose postage stamps can at least be divided up more easily than a gift card in one lump sum.
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 locakitty
 
11:28pm 22/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
I gave the gift cards to the HAM and told him to find a way to divvy it up between the staff. Probably do an employee meal or something like that.

I'd rather have postage stamps.
 
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 speranzosa
 
06:09pm 22/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
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It's because everyone was watching Grey's Anatomy!!!
 
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 busternaut
 
08:35am 23/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
Nonetheless Notwithstanding.
The first time I went to Beyond Bread, I ordered "a roast beef sandwich". The girl said "uh....is that all?" and I said "uh...yeah".

So they brought me two slices of bread with roast beef between them. No condiments, no lettuce, no tomato, etc. Beef n' bread.

Away tae fook?

I've since found something there I like with a cute name and lots of ingredients, two of which are turkey and avacado.
 
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05:06pm 23/09/2006 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
Hehehee

A friend of mine, her dad went to Arby's and ordered a roast beef with only onions. He opened his sandwich, it was just onions.

:)
 
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