Life goes on. We order food. Eat the majority of the food. Hours go by.
"Julia" comes up to me, stutters and asks if she could have a piece of cheesy bread. I said snarkily that I didn't care but she would have to ask everyone else who paid if she could have it because they might want it. They all tell her they don't care if she eats it or not, so she goes to town on it.
I walk into the office as she is stuffing her face and say "That'll be a dollar..." A few minutes go by and I say "I wasn't kidding, that will be a dollar. My name isn't Charity..." She gives me a dollar.
Now my other coworkers are trying not to laugh. "Emily" walks up to me and goes "Really?? My name is not Charity?! You are so bad..." I looked at her and went into a whole thing about not being around to supply her with food. To which she ended up agreeing with and laughing at me.
So, you are all probably like what is the point of this story?
Here are some things to consider before answering that...
- "Julia" never offers to order anyone else food when she orders in for herself
- In the past when "Julia" has been included she has had tons of special requests
- She doesn't account for tax, tip or the fact that our menus are old & never gives enough money
- She claimed her GERD was acting up, did it stop acting up hours later? If it did why would she want to eat something cheesy and greasy that could cause it to flair up again?