Forgive me for chiming in so late.
IC - "Awww, c'mon man, it won't kill ya to say it! I'll give ya more money!"
Me - (managing a smile) "No. That'll be $12.78, sir. Good day."
(Ex-employee of the most gimmick ridden pizza chain in the world!)
Football shaped pizza, basketball shaped pizza (laces drawn in sauce), GIANT
pizza, pizza by da foot pizza......
stnkfret wrote in message <7fjlcd$tr$1...@news.laserlink.net>...
hahahaha If it was for an extra tip, I'd stand on my head, go into a
handstand, do a couple flips, while singing the start spangled banner. Seems
to me saying "Pizza Pizza" would almost be too easy. :)
Another JayBee wrote:
> When I worked for Little Squeezer's a couple of years ago, I had this repeat
> customer (I always seemed to get him) who would always offer me an extra tip
> to say "Pizza! Pizza!" or "Delivery! Delivery!".
> IC - "Awww, c'mon man, it won't kill ya to say it! I'll give ya more money!"
> Me - (managing a smile) "No. That'll be $12.78, sir. Good day."
> Another JayBee
> (Ex-employee of the most gimmick ridden pizza chain in the world!)
> Football shaped pizza, basketball shaped pizza (laces drawn in sauce), GIANT
> pizza, pizza by da foot pizza......
> stnkfret wrote in message <7fjlcd$tr$1...@news.laserlink.net>...
> >You forgot the most annoying off all.
> >"PIZZA! PIZZA!"
> >Forgive me for chiming in so late.
Well, I worked at LC's for about 3 weeks before the company repo'd the franchise
(owner was seriously delinquent)...anyway, while I was there I read the
employee's handbook....did you know that the company actually expects you to
knock, ring the doorbell and say "Little Caesar's, Pizza Pizza!"
Guess how many times I actually said that.
John, the now ex-pizza driver :o(
Sorry. I happen to have a bit too much pride to ever do this. I would just
smile and laugh sarcastically that they would even think that I 'might' do
Women will never be equal to men until they can walk down the street
with a bald head and a beer gut, and still think they are beautiful.
I'm with you on this one, Chris. One family insisted that the phone person
promised I would sing "Happy Birthday" for their five year old boy. I kinda
laughed and politely declined. They kept trying to coax me. I finally agreed
to accompany them in singing, but I would not sing solo. "Believe me", I told
them "having me sing to you ain't no birthday treat." -- Victor Bravo
"A gift for quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit."
W. Somerset Maugham
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What you can do is just kep on singing. Start the song over and over
again. Go to the child very close up. If you look at them at 2" away,
with angry eyes and shout the song with a low voice, suddenly they
will not like it anymore.
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