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Waitress War Stories: Sex In Public, Topless Drunk Girl, and Chump Change

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Short Order has three new stories for you, straight from the mouths of waitresses in a local restaurant kitchen. Here they are, unedited....The ladies requested anonymity for reasons that will become clear as you read the posts. We don't like skipping names or restaurants, but sometimes...

Story 1: Sex In Public -
"Ok, so this guy's got the girl up on the podium toward the corner, by the back bar. She's sitting there facing him, her dress is up, and they were just like f...ing right there.

I didn't even tell them anything. I don't get paid enough to get in the middle of that.

They just kept right on going in front of everybody until they were done."

Story 2: Really Drunk Girl -
One time, this girl was sooo wasted she went outside and took her top off and was screaming at her boyfriend saying she was gonna jump in the river.

Story 3: Small Spenders -
This guy was just like bitching me out because I wouldn't stay and flirt with him. And his table was only getting like two drinks. If they were spending some money, I would have had time to sit there and talk to them, but, like, everybody's screaming, and like, hello, I'm a waitress, I have a job to do.

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