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This kind of stuff is cringe worthy and trashy.

 

I hope we stop trying to normalize bad behavior by calling it entertainment

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she was trying to defend herself  against attack by a customer.

I don't think I would  had stood  there and said "hey, thanks for the tip"

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@sharke wrote:

she was trying to defend herself  against attack by a customer.

I don't think I would  had stood  there and said "hey, thanks for the tip"


But you found her behavior funny.

 

It's not funny at all.  It's pathetic. 

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I think I found it more like whoa, that girl isn't taking any guff off of customers.  Then, I was glad the gal didn't get by with it taught her a lesson. It was a teaching moment for her and her boyfriend 

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she refused to be a victim that's a good thing. Standing up for herself and her fellow worker.

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@sharke wrote:

It was a teaching moment for her and her boyfriend 


No, it’s not a ‘teaching’ moment.

It’s called a ‘jail’ moment.

 

And for the McDonald’s employees?

It’s not only called a ‘jail’ moment, but also a

’have a hard time getting a job because I broke the law’ moment. 

 

The whole ‘BIG’ girl thing is icky, as well.

Call her ‘BIG’ or laugh about her size in any other context,

it’s fat shaming, but when she’s breaking the law? 

All of a sudden her fat belly is funny & justified. 

Not cool. 

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I bet the instigator is the one who will get the attention of the cops.

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I have no idea what this post is about.  Julie Chen is on The Talk, and I don't know what kind of customer she would have.  Very confusing.

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When did we become the National Enquirer here?


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@suzyQ3 wrote:

When did we become the National Enquirer here?


How long has this board existed? Answer that and you've answered both questions.