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The dinner bill for three friends at Chilly D's Restaurant stung, but it wasn't the price - printed on the top of the receipt were the words "Fat Girls".

"I got the bill, I was looking at bill [and] I was like, 'Why does this receipt say 'fat girls?'" customer Christine Duran said.

The friends had dined out at the Stockton, Calif., restaurant, which is a part of the Cameo Casino Restaurant, on Thursday. The bill lists charges for three tri-tips with fries and three sodas, for a total of $25.50. A bartender named Jeff had apparently typed in "Fat Girls" to keep track of their bill.
When Duran asked a manager for an explanation, he "had like a smirk on his face, like it was funny but trying not to laugh," she said.

The dining experience went from bad to worse when the restaurant demanded they still pay the bill, offering them a 25 percent discount and then a 50 percent discount. They declined both offers.

In a Facebook message overnight, Maggie Lewis, the Cameo Club Casino owner, apologized and said the insulting treatment Duran and her friends had received is "intolerable in our establishment."

Jimmy Siemers, co-owner of Chilly D's, didn't work the night Duran and her friends received the offensive receipt, but he said he is trying to clean up the mess.

"I just want to tell them we're sincerely sorry and we'll do everything in our power to make sure this never happens to anyone again," he said.

It's certainly not the first time customers have been insulted on receipts.

In January, a Papa John's employee was fired after writing "Lady Chinky Eyes" on a receipt to identify an Asian customer.

A Maryland woman was insulted at a RadioShack in March when she purchased a cassette tape adapter and left with a receipt that read "ugly itch" from "tattoville," referring to the tattoos on her arm in memory of a child lost to SIDS and her deceased mother.

"Based on descriptions we've seen in the media, this incident obviously does not meet RadioShack's expectations for customer service," Eric Bruner, a spokesman for RadioShack told ABC News. "RadioShack responded immediately after seeing reports in the media, taking the strongest possible disciplinary actions." It is against company policy to discuss individual personnel matters but the company has taken the "strongest action available" in response to the issue, the spokesman said

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She's only mad that she didn't get a comped meal.

Actually, Jabba & friends just shot themselves in the stomach. Where else are they going to find Tri-tips, fries and a coke for $8.50? I'll wager the meat is amazingly tender. :eek:

The Tundarella Sisters should have taken the truthful notation as a wake-up call.
 

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"One of the women is emotionally scarred".

Get the fuck out of here. She is a fat woman, labeled as a fat woman. Maybe should have got the salad bar, tubby.
 
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They all are...



Props to whoever engineered those chairs... floor system.
 

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"One of the women is emotionally scarred".
Stretch marks are physical, not emotional, Rotundamunda. My buddy, The Maestro has a Chinese Balm that can fix just about anything...except the psyche.
 

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I'm fat. They are fatter than me. Fuck off, fat cunts.
 

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The bill lists charges for three tri-tips with fries and three sodas, for a total of $25.50.
What did the other two gals order?
 

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I'm fat and it looks like they are all at least 3 bills so they aren't fat, they are super duper "that is only acceptable if you are a Samoan wrestler" fat.
 

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Adamantium Bras.
 

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I don't understand how the "psychological damage" of being identified as fat could possibly be worse than the mental trauma of actually being fat. I mean... isn't the insult you get when you look in a mirror like a thousand times worse than two words printed on a piece of paper?

I mean... were these fat bitches not aware that they were fat until they saw it spelled out in black and white? Did the revelation come as a shock to these cows?
 

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I don't understand how the "psychological damage" of being identified as fat could possibly be worse than the mental trauma of actually being fat. I mean... isn't the insult you get when you look in a mirror like a thousand times worse than two words printed on a piece of paper?

I mean... were these fat bitches not aware that they were fat until they saw it spelled out in black and white? Did the revelation come as a shock to these cows?
Denial isn't just a fat river in Egypt.
 
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Another one...

‘Plus-Sized’ AKA Gravity Well AKA ‘I Gets My Money's Worth at Buffet AKA ‘Loves Me Those CarbsCollege Student Claims Discrimination at Bar




A self-described “plus sized” college student who was told she was “obviously pregnant” and “not pretty enough” to dance on a platform in a bar in Iowa is claiming she was discriminated against by the bar’s bouncers.

Jordan Ramos, a 21-year-old University of Iowa student said she went to Union Bar in Iowa City, Iowa with her friends on March 3. She said she tried to get onto a platform where several of her friends were dancing, but was stopped by the bouncer, who said they were at capacity.

Ramos said she waited until a few girls left, and again tried to go up. She was stopped again, which she said prompted her to ask,

“What is the difference between the other girls up there and myself?”

“There was only one difference: I am a plus-sized individual. The bouncer said ‘Look, you will never get up on this platform. Go back to the dance floor where you belong,’” Ramos told ABC News.

Ramos said a friend of hers tried to talk to the manager, but he refused to talk to her. The manager told them to leave, Ramos said.

She sent the manager an email, which she says was never answered.

A social work professor at the University of Iowa told Ramos to return to the bar.

“She told my friends and I to go back and see if the same thing happens and to try to get them to say aloud ‘I am not allowing you up because of your size,’” Ramos said.

On April 14, Ramos returned to the Union Bar with a group of friends. Ramos’ friends, who she said are all thin, were able to get up on the platform easily. But Ramos was blocked from entering, she said.

Ramos asked the bouncer repeatedly why she could not dance on the platform.

“He said, ‘You’re not pretty enough and you’re pregnant.’ I said, ‘I can tell you with 100 percent certainty that I am not pregnant.’

He then looked at my stomach and said, ‘You obviously are.’ They knew I was not pregnant; it was there way of calling me fat without having to actually say it,” Ramos said.

Ramos approached the Human Rights Commission in Iowa City, but the organization told her they could not do an investigation because size discrimination is not illegal by law, Ramos said.

Union Bar did not immediately return a call for comment from ABC News.
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Good. No one wants to see your fat ass on the bar.
 

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Ramos approached the Human Rights Commission in Iowa City, but the organization told her they could not do an investigation because size discrimination is not illegal by law.

Period. Full stop. Beat it, fatty. Go cry into a banana split.
 

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I don't understand how the "psychological damage" of being identified as fat could possibly be worse than the mental trauma of actually being fat. I mean... isn't the insult you get when you look in a mirror like a thousand times worse than two words printed on a piece of paper?

I mean... were these fat bitches not aware that they were fat until they saw it spelled out in black and white? Did the revelation come as a shock to these cows?
I read this like Arlo Guthrie was singing it.
 

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THP... has Runier ever been "discriminated against" due to her girth? Well besides you pointing and laughing at her...
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That second story reminds me of one of the greatest things I saw at one of my jobs. I worked as a bouncer at a night club here about five years ago, and on the stage there was a pole, along with two hanging cages for girls (employees) to dance on/in. On slower nights girls (customers) would ask to get in the cages, which obviously wasn't allowed, but we would let them up on stage to dance on the pole.

Three really hot girls were up dancing on the pole together for about 30 minutes, and when they left two Buffet Bandits went up there and started dancing on it. They weren't doing anything acrobatic, obviously, but were swinging around putting most of their weight on it. I saw that fucker flexing at the top where it was mounted to the ceiling, so I went up and told them nicely that customers weren't allowed on the pole. Immediately they flipped out about how some "skinny bitches" were just all over it. I didn't care enough to argue so I told them as long as they accepted the liability they could swing on it, one at a time.

Five minutes later the larger of the two got a "running" start and jumped at the pole, swinging to the opposite side. That's all those bolts could take... they snapped and the girl flew into the wall, still holding one end of the pole, with a wail that sounded half seal, half rhino. The entire club looked up, paused for a second, and then busted up laughing. She came up to me crying and saying the pole "wasn't up to code"... with I straight face I told her that I absolutely agreed, and that management was going to get a new one rated to hold more than 300 pounds.