McDonald's employee goes on epic rant at drive-thru, completely unaware that her mic is on
Every now and again, I think it's an enjoyable and healthy experience to just go on a good old rant about your work. No matter if you're the CEO of a huge company or if you're the guy entrusted with taste-testing chicken nuggets, every role of employment comes with its own unique stresses, and you've got to air those grievances out, lest it makes you bitter and bad at your job. Nobody wants that.
But with that in mind, if you're going to complain about your job, then maybe it's not the best of ideas to rant about your belligerent boss, the terrible pay or anything while you're at your place of employment. That might be a horrible idea. You know what would be an even worse idea, though?
Working in a customer-facing role, with an honest-to-God microphone hooked up to your chest. Don't complain about your job then. I know most of you can recognise how stupid of an idea that would be, some of you claim you'd be more careful about it; but please - please - take a look at this video of someone at a Florida McDonald's doing just that, and realise that everyone has their lapses in concentration from time to time.
If you're anywhere in the northern hemisphere at the moment, then you're probably well, well aware of the heatwave currently sweeping through the globe at the moment. Weeks upon weeks of excessive temperatures, sweating, and all round just tons of terrible times. It's awful. I can't wait for winter.
Or, in the words of this McDonald's server who has no idea her mic is on: "it's hotter than a motherf***er in here, dude." Not bad in itself, I know, but it's about to get a whole lot worse for this McDonald's server: she then decided to complain about her boss, and this is where things can get a little bit awkward if you're complaining.
"I'm like, I'm not cleaning in this, she gotta be f***ed up. She told me before I even made it to the clock-in clock that I'm here for cleaning. I said 'Oh no I'm not!' No, if I'm gonna clean on my day off, I'ma clean at home."
I mean, if you're a guy at the drive-thru just hanging out, waiting for your french fries or whatever, and then your server is going off about how her boss made her come in on her day off. Not great, sure, but if it were me, I'd rather that than what ended up being discussed next.
"No I just let her borrow $20, she had already paid her phone bill," she said about someone who apparently owed her money, before revealing that the creditor in question had offered $10 worth of marijuana as some kind of "front". "I'm like, 'b*tch you can't afford to give fronts, you owe people money!"
Surprisingly, the man waiting for his meal stays patient throughout the taping, but I'm pretty sure that by the time you guys read this, the lady in question may not be in employment for much longer.