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ZannaPerry
01-03-2008, 04:23 AM
I went to work this early morning not really knowing that the temperature outside was a little above zero degrees. No joke. So, I head to work only to discover that it's just as cold inside the building with very little warmth in certain places of the bar I work at because our heaters broke. My coworkers and I were still wearing out winter coats for most of the day up until noon or so. THEN, in the warmer part of the place I started smelling something gawd awful where most of the people were eating at. I tell my manager, and she informs me that a few of the pipes have frozen, and cracked the crapper so it smelled like dog sh*t throughout the place.

ALSO, our dishwasher tank exploded...water everywhere in the kitchen. My friend was cashing out and her total sales were $666. THEN, one of the computer screens in the kitchen started printing up a really sick, morbid joke over and over in big bold letters. I sh*t you not. By that point, my manager closed the bar for the rest of the day because there was just too much going on and nothing was getting fixed. I came home around 2:30.

It's been one hell of a day!

choppersmom
01-03-2008, 07:40 AM
That really can't be described as anything but a day from hell. OMG, what was up with all that stuff??

Eskimo1990
01-03-2008, 07:41 AM
Aww I'm sorry Suzy :Hug2: I hope tomorrow is better

SpookyWriter
01-03-2008, 07:47 AM
I had a really nice steak dinner and a port of imported wine. :D Just kidding.

quickWit
01-03-2008, 07:55 AM
Well, at least you got to go home early! :)

ZannaPerry
01-03-2008, 08:23 AM
That really can't be described as anything but a day from hell. OMG, what was up with all that stuff??

I don't really know what the cause of it all was.....says so one of my managers said that the bar is built on top of an Indian burial ground. Not that I believe her, but we have a whole bunch of ancient artifacts hanging all over the walls and we also have a canoe hanging on the ceiling, and she said at one point when she was working that the boat started dripping blood on a table where guests were eating. I wasn't there, nor did I see it. She claims it happened, she had witnesses, and I just brush it off. I mean...seriously? If they, as in the ghosts, wanted to catch the place on fire they would have done so by now. It's a very old place.

I wanted to leave as soon as I stepped inside the building. Funny, how that is.

brokenfingers
01-03-2008, 08:26 AM
Wow. Whatever you do, don't drink the red rum.

P.H.Delarran
01-03-2008, 10:49 AM
near zero weather eh? that's what you call a cold day in hell.
so-that means something somewhere unusual or good had to have happened, ya know?
you've said it, "it''ll be a cold day in hell when ...."

seun
01-03-2008, 01:36 PM
Being cold sucks. I should know. One of the rooms in our house is now down to 8 degrees.

Bartholomew
01-03-2008, 01:37 PM
you've said it, "it''ll be a cold day in hell when ...."

On a completely unrelated note, MacAllister had a change of heart and unbanned Nicegrrl.

Kidding.