I ran into Christie - the (really good looking) lesbian over the weekend. We talked about the date she was on when I first met her a few weeks ago. I guess her date got jealous of her talking with me. She said she wishes she wasn’t so attracted to the women cause they are full of drama.
She is very touchy too - I didn’t mind that at all.
You still pay by cash? Do you also write checks when you buy groceries? :heynow:
some places are cash only. specifically: the restaurant I ate at last night, and the dessert place I did not eat at because of having spent all my cash at the restaurant.
I’ve seen a few of those, but not as often as I’m seeing cashless places. I have yet to run into an establishment where I can pay by chicken wings.
I’m seeing more and more places that add a CC surcharge of 3-4% if not paying by cash. And not just gas stations.
To me, it’s more consumer friendly that way. I’m sure many places price their menu on their desired profit margin off the credit price. That is, they don’t want to take a 3-4% reduction in profit for credit card users.
So price it for cash and have the 3-4% be the convenience fee for using a card.
Hang on, I think I have exact change!
[plops a wingette and tip onto the counter]
There you go! Keep the tip as a tip!
Cashier’s thoughts in head, concerning the “tip”:wtf am I suppose to do with this? No one uses these! WhatamI supposed to do, make soup?
Don’t people use wing-tips for shoes? (asked the extroverted actuary)
One of the breweries here discounts you if you pay cash - basically the taxes. I think some clever accounting is occurring there.
Was that before or after you put on the new glasses?
A construction sign flashed “EXPECT D LAY” at me. IKWTM.
Why are you going to “the chicken place” more than once in a day?
Ask how much chikken can I feed my best friend