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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Well, if you pay a double price for your coffee is not exactly what I should call an atrocity.
    Why in the hell not?

    (And I'm not being sarcastic, either.)

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    I don't think I'm generous I only do stuff for other's if it's convient. The other day at Starbucks this disabled man asked me to get the door for him, my room mate told me I was nice for doing that. I pointed out that I had to get up and walk 6 feet hardly generous now if I hate to jump over people and dodge them then yes. Same with if I have something I don't want anymore I'll give it to someone who wants or needs it, it's just taking up space. Or picking something up for someone because I happen to be walking by the place. I am not going out of my way for these things, if I was I wouldn't offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Why in the hell not?

    (And I'm not being sarcastic, either.)
    I pay the double price because I am a pragmatic personality.
    I am not troubled by the hostility of the ESFJ waitresses.

    They do not want to give me decent coffee, so I pay a double price for double installation of coffee in my cup.
    That way I get as good coffee as the other clients do.

    The waitresses hate me because they think I am cold and arrogant. I am not much for small talk, see?
    So their kind of revenge is to be passive-aggressive. They put but little coffee in my cup.
    It is the only way they can exact a revenge for what they think is an insult.

    Let them have their little game.
    Be tolerant. Embrace the world around you.

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