Not quite Cooler-Pooper level, but close.
Not quite Cooler-Pooper level, but close.
That was posted in the kitchen, it's referring to where they wash their fruits and veggies for the salad bar. Duh.
When the sink is out of order, they post a sign that says "please use toilet."
Looks like someone was innovative and just used the sign.
I like to eat so I refrain from insulting farmers. You sir must be on a lifetime fast or enjoy eating shit.
You don't know what constitutes "organic" farming and the types of fertilizer used.
I know what organic farming is. Do you? I don't recall my Dad or Grandfather every squatting in a field to personnaly fertilize there crops.
While I never took a squat in a field myself, I sure remember driving the manure spreader pretty frequently, loaded up with composted "fertilizer".
Clearly just a step ahead of students. It concerns me that they do not specify what can be rinsed
Did they also misspell "visit"? Wonderful...
Those poor bastards can't get a break.
Disclaimer: Yes, I'm aware of the current streak. Just take it at face value fergodsakes.
Unfortunately they didn't use the real Sparty "S" when making this
This might be a fake. I can't imagine that they would use different "s" figures for different departments.
MSU doesn't use the "S" at all anymore. It's the Spartan Head only. also, "visit" is spelled wrong. Also, it's pretty obvious that this isn't real. Still funny though.
In complete fairness, I'm not sure what my math abilities would be at 11 PM on New Year's Day either.
But important none the less, keep an eye on reciepts that have the percentages printed on the bottom. Enterprising (read: criminal) servers have been known to edit the programs to their advantage.
Seriously, I would have somebody's job over that.
We don't know what's on the top of the check. If there were free appetizers or a free entree as part of a promotion, the tip would have been calculated before the discount.
If so, the person who wrote "LOL" is not only worthy of laughter, but also of contempt for being too cheap to tip the staff for all of their work.
At 20% according to the tip calculation, the bill would be around $63.50. Considering the listed cost was 46.29, that's a huge mark-up. I have to believe that even an enterprising server wouldn't be that brazen; even people with basic math skills will know that $12 on a $46 bill is more than 20% just by eyeballing it. It could very well be an issue with the program used to generate the bills or, perhaps, some screwy entering of the order that led to some costs being added needlessly.
But yeah, pretty dumb.
When my sister waited tables she said half the time customers would deduct the tax from the total, then tip on the lesser amount. So in the pic above $44 •.20 rather than the $46.something total at the bottom. Is this what one should do?
I usually do the post-tax tip because the tax is rarely that much extra (20% on $2 is $.40), but I tend to over-tip for some reason (I almost never go below 20%, and usually 25% if the bill isn't ginormous).
If it's real, I think someone's just counting on people not thinking about it much and just writing down the number next to 20% and being done with it
Anyone who can't compute 20% on their own deserves it. My lord, just take 10% of the total bill and double it. $46.00? That's $4.60 plus $4.60.
I refuse to believe it's difficult for most of the population to do this. 15%? OK, pull out the calculator if you must.
I'm sure that's the play, but it just seems silly given how easy it is. As noted below, move the decimal place over by 1 and then multiple by 2. If you can't do that, then honestly I'm surprised you have enough money to eat out.
(and yes, I'm being a little facetious here. Still...come on!).
that MSU has a player on their baseball team named Trey Poop. I bet he had a hand in this...
It's Trey Popp. I nearly shit my pants in excitement to see this kids' profile and screengrab it for the board. You, sir, got my hopes up. Only for them to crash to the floor.
I saw what I wanted to see.
Speaking of Sparty plumbing, I have a cool starry bra:
Today I found out that the house my brother and I installed a water heater in last week belonged to none other than Eddie Brown. Yep, THAT Eddie Brown. This was not great news. Apologies to Desmond. That is all.
Try and trip you as you were bringing the water heater into the house?
I would be very interested in meeting the person who would go to the trouble of faxing a request for more information regarding a restroom being out of order...
would be great if someone could post these signs for msu game.
Who among us hasn't peed in a sink when opportunity came knocking?
And unfortunutely I was booted out both times from the bouncers as they happened to be walking in.
....fortunately for everyone else who had to use said restrooms.
For those who remember going to Wings games in the days before the JLA, that was a staple of the experience in attending a game at the Olympia.
That looks pretty bad, but my guess is that it is a sign for people working on the facility in question; probably to tell them that if they need water to not use the toilet but instead the sink. Yeah, it's a funny joke and all, but if certain mains are closed off for repair, you don't want to mess around with them by accidentally flushing or trying to fill a non-functioning unit.
routinely use toilet water rather instead of sink? probably even worse.
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you're kiddin' me right?