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Originally posted by Zorin@Oct 8 2005, 02:06 AM
Zorin: "Yeah....$21.64, and have some respect, or I'll kick your ass."
That's sig quote material right there, I don't care who ya are.

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haha you quoted it wrong in your sig

I imagine you don't have to knock on tomany peoples doors with a loud muffler you should just give a little blip on the gas and by the time you get to the door they are probably waiting

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Well, we're fixin' to do day three...I get to open today, and see what the day shift does.

Here's the ****box:

[img]http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/3808/picture1tp.jpg' alt='' width='1280' height='960' class='attach' />

Was I lying?

Mr. Boomy: 6' 0", about 230. I'm not fat, but I ain't little either.

SFontain: I try to mix it up. I went into Whataburger yesterday......

Millermagic: Man, it's so low crime out here that we don't even take our keys out of our cars. It's really nice. Tomball's a pretty small town. The only real problem is drunk tourists. And they aren't really even tourists. They're just here on business.

And, just a side note on the gas mileage thing. It does get good mileage. I fill it up after every shift, and 100 miles typically burns off 3.5 gallons.

Some of these responses were just what I needed for a good laugh.....keep 'em coming.

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1 ****box next to the other two 'lawn Ornaments" or is it the other way around ... hard to tell. I really like the Cinder Blocks - gives that back hills Alabama touch...


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Zorin: "Sweet!"


As always, good stories Zorin! Looking foward to more Pizza Delivery stories

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Pizza delivery... I saw a young guy in what looked to be a later 80's Escort zip out in front of an 18-wheeler almost causing a huge wreck and take off with the sound of killer bees trailing right behind him. He must have pissed off a huge hive!

Anyway, I watch him go down 290 and I turn off the road. Fast forward 2 minutes and I see the same guy coming down the side street full speed and guess what? I end in FRONT of him because he had the red light. So this fool wastes all his gas, almost causes a wreck, and me going the speed limit still beats him to his destination. I doubt you drive like him, but he's the kind of person that makes cops hate anybody my age (20). I drive slower than those business guys in their BMWs going 80 MPH on their cell phones and they are twice my age.

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I once thought about doing something delivery. Quick money and partly tax free. Plus, some of the pizza delivery jobs around here make 9 or 10 an hour plus tips. Thats's pretty crazy considering I get only 11.50 at the Bank of F***merica. Plus the mileage is tax deductible. How are the tips anyways overall and how much does it supplement the hourly wages?

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I did pizza delivery once for a short time. I must say, college students are the worst tippers. Moms come in a close second. Delivery should come with a built in surcharge. Its only fair.

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Getting mad at somebody because they didn't tip you is silly. I do understand how little delivery guys make, but it was your choice to take the job. Why should I be paying charity money to you? Now I never get delivery anyway so it's no problem to me, but why such hatred? Most places already charge 2 extra dollars for deliveries. Where does that go? I might as well make a Digiorno, Red Baron, etc. frozen pizza. And that is exactly what I do. It's the same reason I hate going to restaurants, but there it's worse because I have no choice but to tip. At least I get the choice with delivery to pick it up or not. Still, you get too angry and you will get yourself into trouble one day. Be careful.

Note: I do tip when somebody brings me something. I'm not an un-grateful bastard, but I can tell when someone comes off as angry, and they will get a smaller tip. I don't look at the car either, but the person giving me the pizza. It's shallow to judge the delivery guy on the car.

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I wanna know if it is true about naked women answering the door for the pizzas? I always here these stories, but no confirmation?


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