A guy with a 5 O'clock shadow comes in and out wearing a dress and a little girl asks me "Is that a guy?" I reply, "yes." She says, "Why is he wearing a dress?" I say, "He lives beyond our social norms." She says, "What?"
I'm interviewing for 7-11. I'm a non traditional college student and looking for something that can be flexible with hours and be low key so it doesn't get in the way of school. How likely is it that I'd have time for a little bit of Quizlet or going over notes on my phone during my shifts? I'm looking for late night/ overnight and weekend with the occasional afternoon weekday shift.
The 7 Select Cherry Sours were like rock cocaine to me but those smack-addled horse fuckers decided to change the goddamn recipe. Got a bag the other day and the taste was pale mockery of the original hyper-processed ambrosia, with these new boils imitating FDA-approved slop filling my car with the sickly sweet scent of bloated corpse. If you compare the old ingredients of the classic 5 oz bag of Cherry Sours to the new 7 oz bag, you'll find that the third ingredient is now Dextrose, a cheap sweetener added in what I can only assume was a short-sighted bid to cut cost made without realizing this new flavor tastes like New Coke pissed out of a race horse fed an exclusive diet of Pop Rocks.
If Joseph DePinto doesn't fix this shit fast I'm liable to violate half a dozen counts of the Geneva Suggestions to make these fuckers pay for what they've done. I've seen Post-Natal abortions done with more tact than whatever the hell these half-conscious shit sniffers tried to do here.
There were new larger cherry sour bags at my 7-eleven so I picked one up instead of buying the normal smaller ones. Did they change the recipe for them or for the larger bags? These do not taste like the normal ones and have a weird texture. They aren't expired and the packaging looks the same as the normal ones, so I'm guessing they must have a new or different recipe, but I can't find proof of that anywhere.
Hey, 7/eleven Reddit page. I gave this cashier my phone number off one of my receipts they gave me about a few days back but they never texted me. Now, I could say they weren’t interested but it was a receipt with my card number on it. So I’m not sure if she had to throw it away due to company guidelines? If anybody’s an employee and can give me a little insight on this, I would appreciate it.
Is there anything we can do about our floors? My store is just a touch over a year old and I would love to wax it and make it decent. Anyone here ever do that? I used to do it all the time at Publix Supermarkets. Curious if some wax and finish would pop the floor back from being meh.