How they feel at a drive thru, but at 3:20am

Even if they don't say it, you can feel their anger.
Oddwin - 8.16.18

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  • That’s messed up they threw his food and stole his credit card

    Elijah JohnsonElijah Johnson16 саат мурун
  • I just hate it when I used to work in retail and customers would come in minutes before we close, like what do you need to buy that can't wait until tomorrow 🤦‍♂️

    Experimental LogicExperimental LogicКүн мурун
  • I worked a night shift ones as a security guard. Worked with an old awkward person all night, crashed the company car because of the snow, clocked out at 7am to go home. On the way home I got a flat tire. Never worked a night shift again Lmaoooo

    Pedro SilvaPedro Silva2 күн мурун
  • Mcdonalds at 3am gone wrong

    castolo1111castolo11112 күн мурун
  • Just a reminder that Jesus loves you guys for who you are. He died for you. God made you beautiful. You are His masterpiece 🤍🥺

    JesusfreakgirlieJesusfreakgirlie3 күн мурун
  • I thought it said fight me at the window lol 🤣

    Dumpster guyDumpster guy3 күн мурун
  • Definitely Canadian

    ItsLytBroItsLytBro3 күн мурун
  • You deserve every fucking like dude you're hilarious

    Michael PichealMichael Picheal5 күн мурун
  • 4:20 am 69

    Random STUFF69Random STUFF696 күн мурун
  • Well I’ve been exposed

    Sgt PicklesSgt Pickles6 күн мурун
  • I got recommended this video at 3:20 am wtf

    KamoriKamori8 күн мурун
  • I dont think that guy enjoys his job and should not work with service 🌚

    MR SpacelyMR Spacely8 күн мурун
  • fake

    HoneyToastHoneyToast8 күн мурун
  • He who has ears to hear, let him hear: John 3:16 says “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” God is good my friends, and He loves you!

    jcrxbsjcrxbs9 күн мурун
    • yessirr

      fafafoeifafafoei9 күн мурун
  • This is anyone to me anytime all the time

    BAZZUTEEBAZZUTEE10 күн мурун
  • Its litterally 3 am now...

    Виллушка МянтыниемиВиллушка Мянтыниеми10 күн мурун
    • true

      Don'tSpikeMyDrinkDon'tSpikeMyDrink10 күн мурун
  • Shouldn't have signed up for the overnight shift lol

    Stasys MeclazckeStasys Meclazcke10 күн мурун
  • Bruh, It's 1:23am rn and I just got back from work where a customer made the biggest order I have made a minute before closing.

    EdwardEdward11 күн мурун
  • What happens if you on a drive through at 3:19 am?

    Roni MacaroniRoni Macaroni11 күн мурун
  • "I know ........ a double cheeseburger!" 💀💀💀

    ProfessionalBeats.ProfessionalBeats.11 күн мурун
  • "Whenever you feel angry, just remember that BlueX like me exist" -BlueX

    BlueXBlueX11 күн мурун
  • Yet here in UAE people with night shift seem to have more energy than me

    sami romiromasami romiroma11 күн мурун
  • it’s 3:13am why is this in my recommended

    ----12 күн мурун
  • He hates you bedcause you were an hour early, gotta wait man

    eXtract.7eXtract.712 күн мурун
  • They must be city fast food places.

    No NameNo Name12 күн мурун
  • Why they workin at 3:20 den???? bruh so easy to get a job at McDonalds in the daytime XD

    Matt TrzaskaMatt Trzaska12 күн мурун
    • ​@Mixinnitup Not responding for over a week to @Matt Trzaska is not a mature way to end a conversation. One day you will grow up and learn how to be an adult and talk to people and one day maybe you will make friends. The way he speaks is much more coherent than your paragraphs of nonsense, completely avoiding his questions and the subject. Grow up and people may respect you and you can finally be educated. Just go to college at least

      exclaaimedexclaaimedКүн мурун
    • ​@Mixinnitup Hey, I thank you for taking the time chatting calmly about this. Though you easily come off as passively aggressive towards other commentators and myself by quoting me in a negative manner, I can start to talk to you normally, hopefully without you wanting to assert your "intellectual dominance" onto others (EX: "....and therefore no need to look at broader systemic and systematic(yes there's a difference) issues at play". To start, your understanding of worker expendability is, with all due respect, a bit biased towards companies wishing to fire a worker if they act in any wrong way therefore making the demand curve shift left for entry level employees. This level of expendability, however, can be argued dramatically. Firing an employee with minimal work experience costs 30% - 50% of their annual salary to the employer as time between then and the search for a new employee will impair a given fiscal year depending on the hiring efficiency. Mid-level employees cost an upwards of 150% of their annual salary. (Mind you data is skewed in the BLS as Covid--19 is not distinctly differentiated from conventional employee discharges as this video pre dates Covid therefore Covid-19 should not be brought up in discussion) Next, your understanding of persons in poverty's' yearly needs are EXTREMELY incorrect and imprecise, with all due respect to you as a person. You brought up the fact that essential needs for populations are food, water, shelter, taxes, healthcare. This is true. But what you are missing is that these are very cheap to obtain when in a situation of poverty. Regarding Healthcare, Medicaid is the largest source of funding for medical and health-related services for people with low income in the United States, providing FREE health insurance to 74 million low-income and disabled people (23% of Americans) as of 2017. So healthcare is free to those with low income. Next, Taxes. the poorest 20 percent of the population pays an average federal tax rate of just 1.7 percent-non bracketed. And if you are so poor as to not afford a house or apartment, you pay a 0% household tax. Finally, food and water, the average American spends $2,641 on food and water yearly. Working a 40 hour work week in New Jersey at minimum wage will make you $20,800 a year. Leaving you with $18,159 in SAVINGS within a given year in relation to food, water, and Healthcare. Finally, I understand that many people you know or have talked to have lost jobs or live in poverty. I get it. I've been there struggling more than you can know. But that data, may it be thousands of people, is STILL anecdotal as these are personal accounts. I do not see the people you have talked to and therefore a perspective of mine can be manipulated as it is not from a credible source. I am sure you are a nice guy but you are definitely not a credible government oriented source of census. I have majored in and received a MEcon in Economics so though my understanding of federal reserve banking outweighs my knowledge of worker-employer relationships, I still am within the ball park to have a civil conversation with you about it.

      Matt TrzaskaMatt Trzaska8 күн мурун
    • @Matt Trzaska Okay YOU I can give a chance as you're trying to be reasonable. The basics of what I had issue with is you saying it's "easy" to get a job ac Mcdonalds at earlier times. First of all, the job market is way more oversaturated than you'd think. Since 2010(according to the bls) U6 unemployment level job seekers meaning people considered “marginally attached” to the labor force as well as people working part-time for economic reasons have been massively overrepresented in the job market compared to job openings. in laymans terms there seem to be more people needing gainful employment than actual available job openings for them. As well, there have been fewer employers willing to hire lower-skilled workers(something else I'll get to in just a bit) even when in dire need of more employees. They want the freshest faces with the higher skills. It's like that joke about jobs wanting someone with prior experience in entry level fields. there is a strong basis for it. This trend got much worse in january of this year for all employees when the overall percentage of unemployed persons compared to new job openings sharply rose. though luckily it's going back down. The point is yes there is substantive evidence that those most in need of work are having a very hard time finding any job let alone one that allows them to live comfortably. This info and data like it is why I find it easy to trust the millions of people who want things like min wage increases and UBI(young people in particular in just about all the polls I could find were in favor of both these things and those younger people coincidentally make up most of the labor force. 15-24 year olds alone make up more than 60% of the US labor force). The kind of people who complain about working at 3am dealing with shitty customers and wanting changes from the top down are statistically the largest representative of the work force. More young people are working, and with an increasing poverty rate, they are in greater need. THIS is where I base my thoughts of "Some people need money and can't afford to be too picky with hours or where they work" in addition to the "anecdotal" testimony of thousands of people online and irl that I've personally listened to. There are more workers than jobs especially during covid, jobs have increasingly higher demands on workers, they are driven by profit and thus have no problem dropping a worker who does not comply. To someone who would be fine regardless or was lucky enough to find employment with convenient hours then I say good for them. But that's individually. I am thinking more broadly. Reducing every instance down to an individual's choice sounds just as tone deaf to me as saying "why doesnt that lazy homeless bum just get a job and bring him/herself up?" And thinking like that is harmful in my eyes because it justifies the ignoring of this increasing population of homeless, impoverished, and exploited peoples by putting the onus of their situation solely on them. Why should I care? They did that to themselves. And so it's easy bearing that in mind to understand why someone would *choose* to work a shitty job low paying job faced with rude customers, ridiculous hours, and a general disconcern for their situation by the company. Because the alternative is that you cant afford to eat, pay bills, or stay off the street. And you are very replaceable. and largely no one cares. Nearly six in 10 Americans don't have enough savings to cover a $500 or $1,000 unplanned expense yet ironically don't try to help others in dire straits. They just hope that you dont walk up to their car when you're begging on the street. That's right, it costs more to buy a 1998 Ford Taurus than it does to put the average American in a financial emergency. Most people working these jobs have to work well over 40 hours to even be able to afford basic living. And over half of these people are over the age of 25 before you or anyone else gives me that "well minimum wage jobs are for kids" argument. People in poverty still need money for food, water, shelter, taxes, healthcare, list goes on. So they'll take the shitty work over the alternative. Does not stop the work from being shitty. Luckily there is hope. The study done for UBI in Stockton, California showed that just giving people a little help(500 extra dollars a month) noticeably improved the participants productivity, wellbeing, and employment prospects. It lowered their stress and allowed them to seek out better jobs and thus bring themselves up. Far from the theories about people becoming too reliant and lazy turns out that a little help goes a LONG way. And it makes sense anecdotally that with a basic floor to take care of food, some bills, and other such things that people would now be free to save, spend time with family, take a day off to interview for a better job. In the future such measures I personally think would improve our attitude towards low-wage "unskilled" labor both from employers and consumers. It's like the concept of "fuck you" money. A person who knows that they'll be fine with or without the job is much less likely to tolerate disrespect from employers or from customers. The implications of which are things to look forward to. But it also supports my argument that one of the chief reasons people don't "just get a better job" is because they literally cannot afford to. And just a little help would do a world of good. but that help wont come if people have this hyper individual attitude of "fuck you I got mine fend for yourself". So THAT is why when you say things like " bruh so easy to get a job at McDonalds in the daytime" or "They aint workin as surgeons" or claim that my points are just anecdotal when I try to explain the logic to you I feel that it is not worth it. I just hear more of that good old "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" mentality that paints those in financial hardship as lazy. I hear shit like Ben Shapiro simps doing his hilariously misunderstood "statistic" of "If you do these 3 things, you'll be fine". I hear every tired wrong talking point about how "increasing the minimum wage will decrease jobs" It's not that I personally attribute those thoughts to you. But it feels like I'm about to have another one of "those" discussions and it just is not worth it. I could be doing so much else. I hear myself having to go great lengths to explain why I sympathize with the low wage worker in a joke made at the expense of someone who orders burgers and fries at 3 in the morning. It might not be fair to you. I'm not salty or upset at you. It just did not feel worth it to have that discussion again. I changed my mind because you've come at me respectfully and are showing that you want to be understanding. Please understand that I have given this exact kind of conversation a chance before. Read my earlier reply to someone else to see how that usually turns out.

      MixinnitupMixinnitup8 күн мурун
    • @Travis Henrine Nope, issue is he(like you) spoke in such a way where it became apparent that I'd be wasting my time talking to him. We wont see eye to eye as the fundamental way we view the world is different. Things that I view as problems he does not and vice versa. I've had THIS conversation way more than either of you know. And I'm not gonna waste my time doing it again as very rarely has it gone anywhere. It's like talking to someone about child labor laws and how I feel that there needs to be greater oversight on exploitation of working children. Then they say something like "Well I don't see U.S. companies today profiting off child labor. And have no reason to suspect they would. Kids that work CHOOSE to work. Show me evidence of exploitation". First of all, they do and finding evidence of such is easy. But more importantly I'm not going to waste my time gathering it all up for you. Explaining how companies are not people nor your friends and have no problem with exploitation so long as there's no consequence for it that outweighs profits. Just as I'm not going to waste my time going over the exploitation of the lower class in America and the ways in which poverty, homelessness, profit motive and class struggle play into the decreasing dehumanization of the middle and lower class in the service industry. And why? Because the moment people say things like "The problem with the world today is people like you get triggered and start blaming everyone else" I already hear echoes of the same conversation I've had countless times before. Everything needing to be explained, no room for nuance, constantly trying to frame my arguments as just being from some snowflake who gets offended too easily. Non-sequiturs galore and sophist arguments that paint the whole issue as just the result of individual personal choice and therefore no need to look at broader systemic and systematic(yes there's a difference) issues at play. I have had this same stupid discussion more times than you think and in the end even if people can see my point and the logic of it ...even if you personally could admit that I was right then it's STILL pointless. Because I'd bet a thousand bucks that you would not actually change your mind. It's not treated as some change in your perspective that you'll consider and alter your thinking towards...but as a game that you lost(this time, you'll look for how to "win" next time) gg have fun. It's pointless and I'm tired of doing it. If you aren't one of those types and would sincerely come at me with understanding , an open mind, and a willingness to genuinely challenge your perspectives and embrace another then I apologize. I am simply not willing to take that chance based on what was said prior. Honestly I'd rather just let the opposing side win the pointless debate and go about my day. So insult me, break down "logically" what is wrong with what I said, call me names, insinuate that I'm weak or stupid or whatever the fuck you need to feel like you've won. You win. congrats. Wanted an explanation? There ya go. Take it or leave it.

      MixinnitupMixinnitup8 күн мурун
    • @Mixinnitup You're not getting anywhere with him??? You're the one ending the conversation. He wants to talk to you. So you're actually the one who he's not getting anywhere with if your ending it XD. The problem with the world today is people like you get triggered and start blaming everyone else that they cant talk to people when you cant have 1 conversation XD. Your feelings got hurt?

      Travis HenrineTravis Henrine8 күн мурун
  • Yeah but how many people here because KGcode recommendation?

    MigorMigor12 күн мурун
  • Extra spit or regular spit?

    prox1eprox1e13 күн мурун
  • I'm always worried somebody is going to spit in my food late at night. So I don't order at late night hours.

    ChopshopChopshop13 күн мурун
  • CalebCity: “I’m so sorry” Subtitles: Suiicide

    BladeBlade13 күн мурун
    • Even the subtitles hates him

      Baby Sonic GTBaby Sonic GT4 күн мурун
    • fax

      silent.silent.12 күн мурун
  • Did you ever get your card back?

    Funky SkootFunky Skoot13 күн мурун
  • Meanwhile I got my food at drive thru at 2am, realized and told them I ordered the wrong thing and they made me the new order free of charge

    TheDashQuotaTheDashQuota13 күн мурун
  • It’s college’s fault

    Mo2Mo213 күн мурун
  • I always come back to this video when I'm down, it always cheers me up. You're great Caleb keep up the good work.

    Limitless GamingLimitless Gaming13 күн мурун
  • I work at a Domino's and just a heads up: If you never tip the late night drivers, they'll definitely hate you and probably wait to deliver your order. We've got dishes to do and we're abusing our own cars. (They're NOT company cars.) I'm not saying it's right, I'm just saying it definitely happens. So if you're ordering late and want your food in time, tip something.

    U R Phake And GeyU R Phake And Gey13 күн мурун
  • 2 years later still the funniest drive through short 🤣

    Kidale SmithKidale Smith13 күн мурун
  • When you're drunk and only McDonald's is working

    Lubomir RadevLubomir Radev13 күн мурун
  • yeah aight, funny and relatable and all but why did you flashbang me at the end? that's not cool

    RandomWeeb69RandomWeeb6913 күн мурун
  • Through*

    ZiotZiot13 күн мурун
  • lol

    DanjoeBanjoeDanjoeBanjoe14 күн мурун
  • There was one time that I left work like at 4 o'clock in the morning and I didn't eat in like 16 hours and I went to this Mc Donalds and the lady that had my order was so sweet, I told her that I was sorry cause I know it's a pain in the ass but I was so desperate. She was so kind! I couldn't see her name tag but she definitely was an angel for me that night.

    LuisnoplayLuisnoplay14 күн мурун
    • @Luisnoplay It’s okay bro I’m still learning too, good luck!

      Rocket R.Rocket R.12 күн мурун
    • @Rocket R. doing great so far! Appreciate it! (sorry for my grammar btw still learning haha)

      LuisnoplayLuisnoplay12 күн мурун
    • damn 16 hours seems too much, hope you good bro

      Rocket R.Rocket R.13 күн мурун
  • This got recommended too me just now at 3:21

    KoeitKoeit14 күн мурун
  • Dude honestly... that late night shift at a fastfood restaurant is dope... it's so much more chill. I used to work at McDonald's in high school. Night shift always had dope coworkers and way less traffic, and more opportunity for free shit. Day shift can get cray busy... but night.. shooooo at night you might get to smoke weed with your manager. I remember hating daytime customers way more than nighttime.

    Llama WarriorLlama Warrior14 күн мурун
  • "How they feel at a drive thru, but at 3:20 am" Me who got this video recommended at 3:20 am: 😮

    DreamZz RealityDreamZz Reality14 күн мурун
  • They want $15 an hour

    McGinnis 34McGinnis 3414 күн мурун
  • Lol

    Kiko ManoKiko Mano14 күн мурун
  • He couldve said “I’m the captain now 👁👁” id believe it

    JGabJGab14 күн мурун
  • SIMP

    Azarjah 777Azarjah 77714 күн мурун
  • On god he don’t want this 2 piece no sauce

    Jackson WillisJackson Willis14 күн мурун
  • Me when a 40 year old man tries to buy wine at 430 in a state with a 200 cutoff time. "Motherfucker what do you mean. It is 430" "So" "You a 40 year old man. You know how this state work" "Nah, man see, I'm from out of town and-" "IT'S THE WHOLE STATE!" "Yeah, man, out of state, see, and-" "WE HAD THIS TALK LAST WEEK!" "Wait, uh, if I slip you a 20-" "I SAID NO LAST WEEK!"

    GunRecon 11GunRecon 1114 күн мурун
  • It's not that I don't want to work. It's that I've been in this place for 10 hours and I'm about to finally leave, and then, a customer shows up. One minute before we close

    Chicken GoddessChicken Goddess14 күн мурун
  • Straight facts this is how I be when I take peoples Orders no lie lol

    Luis EscogidoLuis Escogido14 күн мурун
  • Yep he leave his card

    Rus BeeRus Bee14 күн мурун
  • Introverts be like 1:02

    DELETEDDELETED14 күн мурун
  • Dirty

    Dirty Dan!Dirty Dan!14 күн мурун
  • Video gets recommended at 2:15 am with me debating going to a drive thru

    Cheeze Stradtmann-CarvalhoCheeze Stradtmann-Carvalho15 күн мурун
  • “I know”

    MannyManny15 күн мурун
  • More like 4:20 AM...

    John O'neillJohn O'neill15 күн мурун
  • I think everyone who have worked at a drive thru have wanted to do this at some point.

    JoppeJoppe15 күн мурун
  • bruh u look like 21st century Malcolm X in this vid lmao

    •김정은•김정은15 күн мурун
  • Me yesterday 5 mins before they close lol

    DominicandanteDominicandante15 күн мурун
  • 😆🤣 shit too funny

    J TJ T15 күн мурун
  • I like how he acknowledged that the employee hated him 😂😭

    Darth HavokkDarth Havokk15 күн мурун
  • People need to wake up we are in the end times. If you don’t believe me well, it’s your choice if you want to accept Jesus or not but listen Jesus is the truth. He’s the protector and comforter and will give you joy and peace. The power of Jesus is so evident these days, just look at boonk gang, he’s a Christian now. Jesus wants you in heaven. He died for you. And not just a simple death, he died taking in the worst punishment and pain of all. By his death and resurrection we have heaven.All you need to do is have faith or trust in him to save you and not by your works. The yoctosecond you do that you are given the Holy Spirit of promised and sealed to the day of redemption. The day of redemption is the rapture which is when we the saved ones get taken out before the perilous times come.I don’t want to go into detail about it cause it is scary but if you would like to go ahead. And if you do get saved I pray that the Holy Spirit leads you to repentance and prayer and reading the Bible.May god show himself to you and his love towards you.

    TIV67 PlayzTIV67 Playz15 күн мурун
    • @Mixinnitup use anything

      TIV67 PlayzTIV67 Playz11 күн мурун
    • @Mixinnitup k

      Jesus is LordJesus is Lord12 күн мурун
    • @TIV67 Playz Am I only allowed to use the New Testament or do you want me to play this game on easy mode?

      MixinnitupMixinnitup12 күн мурун
    • @Mixinnitup why? What did he do that was so wrong in your opinion?

      TIV67 PlayzTIV67 Playz12 күн мурун
    • Not only do I not believe in God, at this point the God as described in Christian text thoroughly disgusts me

      MixinnitupMixinnitup12 күн мурун
  • I don't get it is this a joke I don't get the punch line

    Koyote GreenKoyote Green15 күн мурун
  • I’ve worked nights and I get this feeling

    Jack JamesJack James15 күн мурун
  • “can i have my card back? sorry” something doesn’t feel right

    Pinchy Lobster 71Pinchy Lobster 7115 күн мурун
    • @crownglory56 no shit sherlock

      Pinchy Lobster 71Pinchy Lobster 7113 күн мурун
    • It’s fake lol for entertainment

      crownglory56crownglory5614 күн мурун
  • If they hate the hours, then they can find a new job.

    Joshua GerendJoshua Gerend15 күн мурун
  • They f*** you at the drive-thru

    MrChmodxMrChmodx15 күн мурун
  • 😂

    BreeziDeeziBreeziDeezi15 күн мурун
  • They didn’t give you your sweet tea😭

    Brionne DavisBrionne Davis15 күн мурун
  • No no not funny

    Cyberstream 2077Cyberstream 207715 күн мурун
  • Never giving my card to an employee during night shift bc the end

    Logan PorathLogan Porath15 күн мурун
    • Make sure to give the exact amount of money as well because he’s keeping the change

      Surprise ClownSurprise Clown14 күн мурун
  • if you at a Burger King, expect everything broken.

    FazeBolt On The sticks シFazeBolt On The sticks シ16 күн мурун
    • @lamb sauce sauce same

      Mr. GryffinpuffMr. Gryffinpuff12 күн мурун
    • nah burger king to me THIS MY OPINION burger is the best to me mcdonals just makes me puke

      lamb sauce saucelamb sauce sauce12 күн мурун
    • Fuck Burger King

      Axel WAxel W13 күн мурун
    • And cold.

      Donnie SaysDonnie Says15 күн мурун
  • It’s 4 am where I am and I just went through the drive thru, poor guy sounded dead

    6 string Bass6 string Bass16 күн мурун
  • id burn it down....... i work night shifts and this is my lunch....... id burn it down.....

    DonoDono16 күн мурун
  • Bro you chose to work at a 24 hour. Blame yourself

    Kyzen Del AguiaKyzen Del Aguia16 күн мурун
  • Yeahh I got the same feeling in the kitchen every time Uber orders and such endlessly ring in

    Aboubacar TraoreAboubacar Traore16 күн мурун
  • Extra sweet tea?

    Nick TrickilasNick Trickilas16 күн мурун
  • as a night shifter, I can say this is true

    cdmcdm16 күн мурун
  • Poggers for God...

    Keeva GraceKeeva Grace16 күн мурун
  • Lol this got recommended for me at 3:23am

    Fives _Fives _16 күн мурун
  • Forgot the extra ice tea

    AquaGazeAquaGaze16 күн мурун
  • when you go to order food IN DETROIT

    Club SandwichClub Sandwich16 күн мурун
  • I'm glad this is how you feel since that's exactly the feeling I am for

    7 POP7 POP16 күн мурун
  • He didnt give him the extra sweet tea

    Eshman AskaEshman Aska16 күн мурун
  • Typical Honda driver

    xmike925xxmike925x16 күн мурун
  • If you're watching this in March/April 2021 You are great and KGcode is amazing

    Fida cmFida cm16 күн мурун
  • Bruh

    H CH C16 күн мурун
  • Yes

    H CH C16 күн мурун
  • I mean it’s their fault to work the night shift and expect no one to be there

    Luke GogolinLuke Gogolin16 күн мурун
    • Work is work.

      MBJH17isbackonlyoneMBJH17isbackonlyone16 күн мурун
  • Or they can do there job

    Sean ¿Sean ¿16 күн мурун
    • Bruh it's a video expressing the frustration of working the night shift. People can relate to that one customer that shows up at 3 in the morning for a cheeseburger. Idk if you've ever worked fast food or a night shift but it's a pain in the ass

      MixinnitupMixinnitup12 күн мурун

    Köpeklerle YaşamKöpeklerle Yaşam17 күн мурун
  • I can't believe I still didn't watch some caleb videos at this point 😅

    MightyRavengerMightyRavenger17 күн мурун
  • You can't choose to work a certain job or shift and then bitch about it. Definitely don't take that out on a random customer whose requesting the service you signed up for. If you don't want to be there don't be there someone else will. Get over yourself.

    vParacetamolvParacetamol17 күн мурун
  • Me and my friends once went to a taco Bell at 3am and as soon as my friend ordered 5 burritos you heard the chef in the background of the cashier talking to us just smack his lips and say "MAN OH MY GOD! "

    Jacob BehringJacob Behring17 күн мурун
  • This hella true

    Ja Still in tha ToiletJa Still in tha Toilet17 күн мурун
  • is the pizza here

    Emperor PalpatineEmperor Palpatine17 күн мурун
  • Everyone has a breaking point. It's only fair that employees are rude to customers when they are all rude to us. I see hundreds of cars a day and maybe a handful of them are nice to me. The other ones are rude, obnoxious, entitled, drunk people. It's McDonald's, not a five star restaurant. Take your food and go. You shouldn't expect 5 star customer service while buying a dollar cheeseburger.

    BobBob17 күн мурун
  • Employee: I hate you Me: I know

    Orion ReidOrion Reid17 күн мурун