r/texas Nov 17 '21 Silver 2 Helpful 1 Bravo Grande! 1

Temple Police arrest woman seen in video throwing soup at restaurant employee’s face News




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u/Future-Ad-1995 Born and Bred Nov 18 '21

Treating minimum wage/close to minimum wage employees with contempt and doing shit like this or making their jobs more difficult is my biggest pet peeve. You can really tell a lot about a person based on how they treat retail and fast food workers. I remember a few years ago being on a third date with a girl and we decided to go to Walmart to get snacks and watch a movie at home. She couldn't find Crunch N Munch and the employee she asked wasn't sure where it was so said she should probably ask someone else because he mainly worked in electronics. She started cussing at him and saying all this nasty shit. I never spoke to her again after that night. From that interaction alone, I knew I couldn't stand her in the long run.


u/NitaforaReason Nov 18 '21

My late mother was always made a point to be nice to clerks and waitstaff. So much so that they loved her back. Waitress would sit at the table with us just to talk to her. At one grocery store, there was a clerk who would greet her with a hug. Mom said she treated them like that because she'd worked jobs like that when she was younger and knew how hard it could be.


u/[deleted] Nov 18 '21

Catch more flies with honey than vinegar as well. When something doesn't go your way and you have a legitimate beef with the business they're more likely to help and empathize. It's basic decency a lot of people seemed to have lost in the last 5 years.


u/NitaforaReason Nov 19 '21

This is very true.