- 24 year old.
- 6th year in college, band major
- In the marching band, dating a color guard girl
- Lives at home with his parents
- Goes to the movies alone (that's cool once in awhile, but he goes ALL THE TIME)
- Asked me and a few customers to come cheer him on at a karaoke competition
I told my boss about the situation and let her know that it is disrespectful and can not go unnoticed. Her response? Document it. Oh glee! I get to write a story about how a barista was rude to me, and have it written down on his write up 6 months later. Wait, what? How do I know this? Because it's already happened! Not his first time disrespecting/belittling me. But wait! It gets better!
When I brought in the girl who was there, for backup she says this:
"Yea, I told him that wasn't nice. She has a life it's just not like ours."
Oh my goodness people. I'm older, more mature, married, etc. If they had known me in my "glory days" they would be the ones I made fun of. Just goes to show what people think of me and my awesome mature life, which I happen to love.
Loving husband who I get to spend each and every day with? Check
Awesome supportive family? Check
Friends who care and love me? Check Check
It was never a question of if I have a life or not. It's a question of why people feel this is acceptable to even THINK, let alone say aloud. Gives me the heeby jeebies and makes my stomach curl. The only thing I can do is lead by example, and let my husband kick that guys a$$, like he wanted to the other night.