I finally told my managers how I felt, working at the Home of the Whopper for the last few years.
One of them came to me yesterday and asked me why I've had an attitude lately. This is the long winded response that I gave her:
"The reason I've had an attitude lately is because I've been working here SIX YEARS and during my shifts, I have yet to see anyone other than [GM's son] and myself do any kind of cleaning, and that's only when [GM] tells [GM's son] to do it.
During my shift, I am responsible for prepping produce (I work breakfast), making breakfast, doing the dishes, cleaning the parking lot, making sure there is enough meat and fried food stocked for lunch, filling the ice in the dining room, taking out the garbage, and going across the street to the bank when you need money sent over or a change order. When was the last time any of you have seen [list of coworkers] even BOTHER to pick up a sponge and clean something?
There are times when you ([GM]), or any of the other managers tell me to do something you are highly capable of doing yourselves, and all I want to do is turn to you and say 'And I want you to FUCK OFF.'"
I'm still employed, so hopefully something comes from this.