March 2015 - I Hate Working In Retail


Insane Police Chase Involves Criminal Racing His Motorcycle Through A Walmart

Racing His Motorcycle Through A Walmart

We take you to British Columbia, Canada where one wrongdoer took police on an extraordinary chase. Footage from a police helicopter, police cruiser dashcam and store surveillance video show a bizarre pursuit of a man on a motorcycle that happened around 1:50 p.m. on Feb. 20. In the nearly 4-minute long video, Canadian Mounties are in hot pursuit of a fleeing criminal that had no intentions of being brought to justice.

At the 1:35 mark you can see that he enters the Guildford Mall in Surrey, which looks to have lots of space. He nonchalantly rides his hog down an escalator and then through the Walmart doors with police and security chasing him on foot. Watch out for falling prices and fleeing felons on motorcycles.

Later in the video, he rides his bike on a pedestrian bridge and nearly runs over two people. The video ends with a shot of the well-traveled motorcycle which has Hells Angels stickers on it.

The insane video is very reminiscent of one of the most classic car chase scenes in film history, the mall police chase in Blues Brothers.

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25 Surefire Ways To Get Your Server To Hate You

1. Leave them a different type of “tip”

“My suggestion about their hairstyle is surely more valuable than their ability to pay the bills.”

2. Snap your fingers to get their attention.

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They are dogs rather than human beings, after all.

3. Complain about your food after you’ve eaten all of it.

“It was so disgusting that I licked my plate.”

4. Tap them on the shoulder while they’re with another table.


5. Hang out for an extra three hours after you’ve paid your bill

“And here’s an extra nickle for your time.”

6. Come in five minutes before the restaurant closes.

“It makes me feel like a special snowflake to know that so many workers can’t go home to their families for another two hours just because of me.”

7. Make lots of substitutions so the original item you ordered is unrecognizable.

“Can you ask the chef to find a way to combine the cheeseburger with the fettuccine alfredo? Oh, and no meat.”

8. Yell at them when your food is taking too long.

“You mean you don’t cook the food? AND I’m not the only person in the restaurant? WHAT IS THIS NONSENSE?”

9. Stay glued to your phone instead of deciding what you want to eat.

“You know the old saying: first tweet, then eat.”

10. Claim to know the owner and expect free food as a result.

“We went to high school together. Yeah, I was his ex-girlfriend’s neighbor’s cousin.”

11. Let your kid run around.

“She’s so cute when she dives between the servers’ legs while they’re carrying huge trays of hot food, isn’t she?”

12. Use your personal beliefs as an excuse for not tipping.

“Giving others a negative impression of my religion makes me feel powerful.”

13. Let your kids make the table look like a war zone.

“You’re right, sweetie. Pulverized dry cereal adds a lovely touch to this five-star eatery.”

14. Push your chair out really far so that no one can get past you.

“My extra leg room is definitely worth inconveniencing everyone else.”

15. Complain about your seats during a rush when there is clearly no other place for the staff to seat you.

“I am sure that the food tastes much better while it’s eaten at that booth rather than this booth.”

16. Pretend like you’re leaving a tip, but actually nah.

“WWJD? Probably nothing nearly this rude, but I enjoy giving him a bad name.”

17. Interrupt their introduction by stating your drink order.

“How are you?”
“Iced tea, no lemon.”
See, it’s funny because iced tea isn’t a state of being.

18. Make no effort to move your phone when they’re serving your food.

“It’s a trendy new game: If you touch my phone, I cut you. If you put the hot plate on my phone, I still cut you”

19. Call them over while you are still deciding what to order.

“Do you know why you came over here even though you knew I wasn’t ready? Because of my gravitational pull. I am the center of the universe.”

20. Give them a ‘verbal tip,’ but not a monetary one.

“Now they can pay for their groceries with ~*~love~*~.”

21. Make them get you one thing every time they come to your table instead of asking for them all at once.

“I don’t even like tartar sauce. I just want to see you run.”

22. Assume that they know you’re in a rush without saying a word to them.

“You’ll be back with the check in ‘just a minute?!’ We have a show to catch in forty-five seconds!”

23. Make no effort to move your body when they’re clearing or setting plates.

“It’s like an obstacle course, but with the added twist that I sue you if you get sauce on my new jacket.”

24. Try to make a political statement instead of leaving a tip.

“This will definitely prove that I am qualified to help choose the leader of our nation.”

25. Treat them like anything except what they are: a hard-working person trying to make an honest living.


24 times Starbucks was too much to handle

Starbucks is the centre of many people’s lives. It’s where the day starts, it’s where lunch happens, it’s where you go to work or, more specifically, where you go to pretend you’re working. There’s one in every town, on every high street, there’s simply no escaping the allure of that strange green lady.

Lots of people go to Starbucks, people from all walks of life. Of course you’ve got the standards – the frustrated writer poring over their MacBook, the gang of teenage girls all dressed the same, the lonely guy whose Tinder date didn’t show up – but there are a few special cases that make life in Starbucks a little more interesting for all of us.

  1. The time the barista forgot your name but remembered your facial hair

  2. The time your car broke down and you had to ride your tiny horse to get some coffee

  3. The time Starbucks ran out of their main product

  4. The time you knew which syrup you definitely weren’t getting in your latte

  5. The time Abi’s love for Starbucks was misinterpreted

  6. The time everyone was watching you drink and you couldn’t figure out why

  7. The time your barista gave you a cheeky compliment

  8. The time your barista was just plain cheeky

  9. The time you narrowly avoided being killed in a slasher movie

  10. The time Spider-Man had to think things over for a while

  11. The time you were due $9,980.00 in change

  12. The time the stereotype was perfectly justified

  13. The time someone decided to take it one step further

  14. The time someone took it one step too far

  15. The time someone took it one step too far in the other direction

  16. The time someone didn’t give a fuck about steps and brought a FLIGHT SIMULATOR

  17. The time your dick in a box needed an espresso

    Not gonna get you a diamond ring, that sorta gift don’t mean anything…

  18. The time your onesie was too much future fun to keep to yourself

  19. The time Starbucks got as close to gangsta as head office deemed safe

  20. The time you had to do a double-take because you thought your barista was half-naked

  21. The time you had to do a double-take because you thought your barista was a fascist

  22. The time you had to do a double-take because… wait, no that actually is a parrot

  23. The time Starbucks was just being honest

  24. The time Starbucks was being a little too honest

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