Not even going to say it.
Call me LadyLatte, cause I make a mean one, no matter how convoluted you try and make it just for the pleasure of tripping me up.
As you can guess from my name, I work at a coffee shop cafe part-time. The food rocks and the boss feeds us for free when we work, the boss rocks and so do some of my coworkers, and I really like the money I make. That said, I have a short tale of WTF to tell.
It was a Sunday, and we closed at 1 p.m. It was 2:15, and I was still there because we clean the place TOTALLY after every shift. The chain was up on the door, of course, and the signs were flipped to close. All lights were off. A woman walks in and sits down at a table, and as soon as I notice her I tell her we closed at 1.
"What?? That's way too early! I want lunch!"
I informed her that on Sundays we don't serve lunch at all and only have a breakfast menu. I - politely as I can - ask her how she got in "As I'm sure I put the chain up on both doors."
She says "Well, I took it down."
Sure enough, she did.
The chain was lying
on the ground.
Why do people do that?
Isn't that a really obvious symbol for closed, go