A Misunderstanding Of Under-aging

| Working | April 14, 2014

(I am training a new guy in the kitchen who is in his mid-30s, almost twice my age. The boss’ daughter is employed as a waitress up front, and occasionally comes into the kitchen to bring in dirty dishes. Every time she does, the new guy stops paying attention to what I’m telling him and stares at her.)

New Guy: “Wow, I would love to get me some of that.”

(This goes on for a while. He looks, stares, and often has some kind of comment about her physical attributes.)

Me: “You know that’s the boss’ daughter, right?”

New Guy: “That doesn’t bother me.”

Me: “How old do you think she is?”

New Guy: *pauses and thinks for a moment* “The way I see it, as long as a girl is old enough to get into the bar it doesn’t matter.”

Me: “Come on, guess.”

New Guy: “22?”

Me: “She just turned 14 last week.”

(He never said anything about her ever again.)

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