Unfiltered Story #163305

, , | Unfiltered | September 18, 2019

(I work as a bartender on a cruise ship. I’m a 27 year old female.)
Me: “Hi, how may I help you today?”
Customer (in sunglasses and hat): “A [set meal for two], please.”
Me: “Coming up! Are you sharing with anyone?”
Customer, whipping glasses, hat and fake beard to reveal it to be my boyfriend: “You, [my name]!”
Me: “Oh my god, [boyfriend], you’re so silly!”
Boyfriend: “Yes, I am. *whips out small ring box* And here, in the middle of the ocean, I want to ask you a question, [my name]. I have been your partner for four and a half years, and I can’t imagine my life without you now. You’ve helped me through life, and I have helped you. [my name], will you marry me?”
Me: *shocked, in awe, crying and laughing* “Yes! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!”
(My boyfriend-turned-fiance places the ring on my finger and kisses me. A few of our friends come out with balloons, flowers and a camera, all cheering. We are all having a blast exchanging greetings and taking pictures, when this happens.)
Female customer (a bit older than me): “You f****** b****! You are SO unworthy of him! I was gonna get him, stupid w****! You are such a boyfriend-stealing s***!”
(I am shocked and confused, I had never seen her in my life apart from briefly on the cruise. As people are calling security and looking at her, she suddenly lunges at me, rips off my ring and places it on her own finger. She proceeds to try and assault me, grabbing me by the arm and shaking me.)
Boyfriend: “What the f***! I have never seen you in my life, crazy b****! Thanks to you, the proposal is absolutely ruined!”
Security: “Alright, miss, that’s enough. Come with us and give the ring back to [my name], please.”
Female Customer: “F*** you all!”
(I watch in horrified shock as she throws my ring overboard, into the ocean. Everyone is infuriated, but too shocked to do anything.)
Me: *whimpers* “My ring…”
(Security hauls the crazy customer away in handcuffs, all the while her screaming that I am not worthy of a man like that, and she should be the one with him! I eventually got a new ring, courtesy of the crazy customer, but I made sure to keep it discreet and be VERY, VERY careful with it.

Unfiltered Story #159129

, | Unfiltered | July 28, 2019

I was sampling some rum balls in a supermarket when an Indian gentleman came up to me, so I asked him if he would like to try a coffee and a rumball.
“What is a rumball?” he asked
I said “It’s a cookie with rum covered in chocolate.”
“Yes i’ll try one with a coffee.”
When he eats the rumball he quickly spits it out “This has rum in it!?”
“Yeeess..”
Looks at me in betrayal “I am a Muslim I can’t partake in alcohol.” Walks away wiping his mouth with a napkin.

Reached My T-Total For Rich Snobs

, , , | Friendly | December 21, 2018

(I am on a cruise ship. I get on an elevator that has a teenage girl and two women in it, with one of the women looking a bit more prim and proper than the other. Based on something they say as I enter, I assume it is a girl, her mother, and her upscale aunt.)

Aunt: “So, why was your husband wearing a t-shirt?”

Mother: “Because tonight is a casual night for dinner.”

Aunt: *in a serious, almost offended tone* “T-shirts aren’t casual; t-shirts are for the poor!”

(I manage not to laugh. The door opens and they get off. As the door closes I hear the mother say, “We were just talking about your shirt…”)

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It Rums In The Family

, , , , | Related | June 21, 2018

(I am about nine and our family is on vacation in the Caribbean. I have spent most of the day down at the beach, and with the heat and the salt water I am very thirsty. There is only one stand that sells soda, and it is down on the other end of the beach. My Mom and I start walking toward it. Along the way, we run into my grandparents walking the opposite way.)

Grandma: “Where are you two going?”

Mom: “[My Name] is really thirsty, so we’re going to get her a soda.”

Grandma: “Well, I have a coke here she can have. It’s diet, though.”

Me: “I don’t care.”

(I’m just eager to drink anything. My grandma hands me her cup and I take a huge drink, and a second later I start spitting it out on the ground.)

Grandma: “It’s just diet; it’s not that bad.”

(My mom takes the cup out of my hand and takes a small sip.)

Mom: “There’s rum in this.”

Grandma: “Oh! I forgot about that.”

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