Being a waiter or waitress is a tough job, being on your feet all day and living off of tips. But imagine waiting on a celebrity. A list has come out with the best and worst celebrity tippers. Marky Mark ranks at the top while Lea Michelle…not so much.
Personally Slacker and Steve are shocked that Mark Wahlberg and Matt Damon are good tippers. But what they really want to know is what celebrities you have waited on, and how it went? One of two ways: great tips and awesome experience or bad tips and rude behavior.
Who have you waited on, and what was your experience?
Ever been ratted out by your kid? He ran a red light, and as soon as they got home his son told mom right away!
Slacker, though a co-worker was a clown and happened to be at an event with that particular co-worker and his kid. Slacker’s kid say’s “he doesn’t look like a clown”. But what Slacker and Steve really want to know if some kid has ratted you out of an affair.
She was at a company event where there was a bachelor auction. She bid on a few men, and won a date with the biggest client. Her boss wants her to go on a date with the client to seal the deal. Her boyfriend is upset and however believes that if she takes the potential client out that she is cheating.
Slacker is for the dinner proportion, but against sealing the deal…if you know what I mean. Steve is encouraging whatever may happen, but also understands where the boyfriend is coming from, regardless Chloe has needs.
What do you think?
I don’t think that Chloe should have necessarily should have been bidding, but it happened and she won. She should go on the “date”, but I don’t know if whether or not her boyfriend’s feelings are validated just yet. This all depends on if the dinner is for personal needs or business needs.
Her brother-in-law recently lost a lot of weight and is flirting with him to boost his confidence. She also used to be overweight and says that it helps when someone encourages you. Her husband is not happy this and thinks that both of them are crossing a line, whether she is trying to help or not.
Slacker and Steve can see both sides of this great mate debate, but also think that something fishy could happen. Slacker doesn’t see why she feels obligated to be the brother-in-law’s personal cheer leader. Steve sees the wife’s point of view but thinks that she might have an ulterior motive.
Whose side are you on?
I don’t think that it is her place to boost her brother-in-laws confidence. I believe that her heart is in the right place, but her relationship with the brother-in-law has developed into something different than what it should be.