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    Brother Edgar,
    Here is the question:

    You park your car/truck in a lot of a business the night before with intent to move it before they open. Prior to them opening for business you get word that they are towing your car. The employees have blocked your car in and won't let you move. The tow truck comes and hooks up your car and pulls it on the truck-bed. Before they leave you are able to pay the tow truck $100 to release your vehicle. You notice after that your vehicles transmission has been damaged by the tow truck. How do you respond?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Brother Edgar,
    Here is the question:

    You park your car/truck in a lot of a business the night before with intent to move it before they open. Prior to them opening for business you get word that they are towing your car. The employees have blocked your car in and won't let you move. The tow truck comes and hooks up your car and pulls it on the truck-bed. Before they leave you are able to pay the tow truck $100 to release your vehicle. You notice after that your vehicles transmission has been damaged by the tow truck. How do you respond?
    Revenge.
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    @Edgar...should I use the word waitress in public? Like, if I'm dealing with a waitress should I call her waitress?

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    "What the hell kind-a service is this?" <-That's how my dad would say it in a very slight jersey-style accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    @Edgar...should I use the word waitress in public? Like, if I'm dealing with a waitress should I call her waitress?
    Waitresses do not enjoy being called "waitress" because they all wish they were doing something else, and being called a waitress instead of JoAnne or whatever (they usually have a name that's just as bland as the food they serve) will inevitably get under her skin. Chances are she'll pretend that it doesn't bother her, but I assure you it will. Nobody in kindergarten says they want to grow up to be a waitress. Not only it's not glamorous, but majority of the time, the salary is shit too. Normally I do not care if a stranger is butt-befuddled by my behavior, but it is unwise to taunt someone who handles your food out of sight. So don't call her a waitress. Not until you're done eating, anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Waitresses do not enjoy being called "waitress" because they all wish they were doing something else, and being called a waitress instead of JoAnne or whatever (they usually have a name that's just as bland as the food they serve) will inevitably get under her skin. Chances are she'll pretend that it doesn't bother her, but I assure you it will. Nobody in kindergarten says they want to grow up to be a waitress. Not only it's not glamorous, but majority of the time, the salary is shit too. Normally I do not care if a stranger is butt-befuddled by my behavior, but it is unwise to taunt someone who handles your food out of sight. So don't call her a waitress. Not until you're done eating, anyway.

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    Being forced to spit in someone's food after they were lame enough to remind me of what I'm doing by saying "Excuse me waitress? I mean, server omg sorry. I don't even know where 'waitress' came from as I'm normally so careful being a politically sensitive empath that doesn't come from, live in or even intend to visit really because why? the Midwest. It probably stems from when I was in kindergarten and had these foolish notions..." instead of "...Sally", secret shoppers and doubles on All You Can Eat Taco Tuesday.


    I didn't understand the whole tipping thing and truly believed they only hired the nicest people in the universe to be waitresses and I wanted to be one so badly. But I also wanted to be a witch equally badly. And this was long before the dawn of the sexy, awesome witch when we still called servers waitresses. I wanted to be a mean, old, ugly witch when I grew up which clearly didn't happen but still...


    Anyway, I'm so glad you are my primary forum crush especially on the nights when you are working in the kitchen. Thank you for your advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    In this thread I will issue solicited advice. This service is offered to everybody on this board, free of charge. Loaded, rhetorical, and boring-ass questions are likely to be ignored. However, offensive questions will be given extra attention.*




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    Can brother edgar explain this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    I wanted to be a mean, old, ugly witch when I grew up which clearly didn't happen
    Give it some time. Your wish may yet come true.

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    How to best cover one's trails when using hookers (multiple and frequent) while in a relationship?
    There's only one way to make sure a hooker doesn't talk. And it's to placate her with a very nice gift. Of murder.

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