Assuming Makes An Essay Out Of You And Me

, | Oxford, England, UK | Learning | April 9, 2013

(I’m a teacher and decide to grab some fast food for lunch. I am wearing a large coat that makes me look overweight.)

Employee: “Welcome to—holy s***, dude! What’s a whale like you doing here? Surely you’ve had enough junk food?”

Me: “Charming. Either way, I’ll have a—”

Employee: “No! I refuse to serve someone as fat as you. Go join a gym or something!”

(At this point, I remove my coat and show him the ‘fat’ is actually toned muscle.)

Me: “I’ll tell you what,: you apologise, get me my food and I’ll—”

(I stop mid-sentence as I recognize the employee.)

Me: “Wait, you’re in my class aren’t you? In that case, I’m expecting a full essay about how to treat others and how to behave in a workplace on my desk the first thing Monday morning.”

(The employee’s face goes pale as he rushes through my order. Not only did I get to have a bit of fun, but he even came through and gave me a half decent essay on Monday!)

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