I just went through the McDonald's drive-thru and had a one-on-one discussion with the manger on whether or not I received the fries I ordered.
Of course, the tensions got high (for no real reason) and I slipped out the F-bomb!
"What the F---! You think I'm tryin to scam you guys over a medium fry that costs a buck fifty? Yep, that's me, the local fry thief!"
When was the last time you slipped out the F-word in public??
I fucking don't know. Maybe there never was a time.
What a relevant topic for me...
I said it to my boss today. Twice.
As a result he convened a department meeting. It was to explore the reason that I am so stressed out that I am letting the f-bombs fly.
Basically, I was the victim of bullshit problems
He's a good guy.
I'll have to frickin' thank him tomorrow.
You better start behaving yourself. Fry-thief.
Twice today, wow...very nice, very nice. It appears that 'bullshit' problem is spreading like wildfire!
And yes...I really need to stop that habit. It's just so freakin addictive!
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