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September 17, 2009

Notice anything funny about this receipt?

man-whore receipt

Snicker snicker.

Got this receipt at Turp's last night. I'll write more about Turp's later.

For now, enjoy this receipt.

Lord knows how this came to be. But it's pretty funny.

I wonder if the server (who was female) knew about it?

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 10:30 AM | | Comments (10)
Categories: Bars & Clubs, Random stuff


Oh yeah? What about this receipt? Check out the last line of ordered items. Ha! Not a good way to increase the ole tipski.

Little F***er on receipt

That's friggin hilarious. I have seen worse, but that's good.

Duggster that's great!

Methinks that someone just lost his job.

Thats the name of the server, not the name of the tab that was given to the customer. If anyone is fired it won't be the server, it would be the manager that created the login for the employee

Wouldn't a man-whore be a man?

>>snort<< Guess everyone knows now!

Hope you submitted this to Dinners from Hell.

(PS @RevEd: The female server most likely used man-whore's logon to get into the system. She might have been new and not received her own logon yet. If so, that's bad bookkeeping, since any tip entered under that ticket would go into man-whore's record.)

haha man whore

When I was at Jay's recently, my server was also Man-Whore, who provided great service. Of course, he is not as good as Trick Pelvis Elvis, who definitely earns his 20% tip.

Back when I was a waitress, people did this sort of thing as a joke every now and then. A server can leave the terminal still logged in, then a co-worker can change the user name or add comments.

I dig the address: 1309 - 1317.

1 address is not enough. We have 5!

PS--Address on the website is just 1317

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