It is 12:42 PM on Friday, January 20.
At this moment I deeply regret my decision to don a bellman’s uniform and serve the public. To say the least.
At 12:05 PM I went to a room to help a family bring their bags to their truck; nothing unusual about that, right? I’m sure you’ve figured out by now that things rarely go as planned where I’m concerned.
- A sick, screaming baby went unattended – the entire time.
- The four-year-old son was hopped up on a mixture of Red Bull, cocaine and lord knows what else!
- The Dad refused to help at all.
- Grandpa was legally blind and so he just sat there wondering where his life went wrong, I’m guessing.
- The Mom was understandably bewildered but my sympathy ends there.
This doorknob refused to start her truck to warm up her sick child. Instead, she let her baby freeze while we took fifteen minutes to load all her crap up. In the meantime, her son ran off and was nowhere to be found – when she finally thought to look for him!
The Hook found him but did this stupid broad give a damn?
You know the answer, folks.
Nothing in my life is more precious than my daughter, but not everyone feels the same – to say the least. I waited patiently while she waited for her husband and grandpa to come down from the room, but the wait was in vain. Yes, I get paid to do my job, but I deliberately get a ridiculously low wage because management knows I’m in a gratuitous position and I receive tips to offset my wage.
By the way, our title comes from the comedy classic, Animal House and I desperately wanted to paraphrase it and apply it to my neglectful mother. But alas, I can only bite my tongue and reserve my comments for the blogosphere.
Ain’t life grand?
Since they were such a big hit – and to lighten the mood – here are a few more shots of “Comic Characters Gone Wild!”
IT’S TOUGH BEING BATMAN, RIGHT? OR SHOULD I SAY, IT’S “HARD”?
FUNNY THING IS, SHE WANTED TO KILL HIM IN THE ORIGINAL SERIES!