So my friend and I were eating at our local diner the other afternoon and we ordered pancakes/hash browns along with a hot coco and chocolate milkshake. Once I got the chocolate milkshake I immediately noticed the taste to be quite different and funky than what I am used to, especially considering that I order it all the time at the same diner. Upon noticing the oddly weird taste I asked my friend to taste it as well and she agreed that there was definitely something in my milkshake. In all of honesty, it tasted very much like rum with a spike of alcohol.
After debating continuously with my friend about the odd taste I requested for a new milkshake. Particularly, this time “mint chocolate” instead of the original “chocolate” flavor, since I assumed maybe it was the chocolate in the milkshake that triggered such a funky taste. Once the waiter arrives at our table, I explain to him how weird my chocolate milkshake tastes. His reaction to my complaint was quite amateur and he kept arguing with me . He even randomly blurted out how “there is nothing in that milkshake besides chocolate ice cream!”. Definitely suspicious right ?!
Okay fast forward moments later, he finally brings me my “mint chocolate” milkshake replacement. His behavior was slightly rude as he plonked the milkshake on our table and left, didn’t even apologize or show some common courtesy/mannerisms. Okay, now I tried the new milkshake which tasted even more like rum/alcohol than the one before. My friend agreed as well and could taste the alcohol. Why in the world would he put alcohol in my milkshake?! My friend and I look like we can pass as our late teens, hence this waiter didn’t even know our age. By the way, I am 22 and she is 21. I’m glad my friend was driving and that my taste buds were able to pick up on the excessive amount of alcohol that was in my milkshake.
Afterwards, we asked the waiter for a to-go cup so that we could take the milkshake home and he began to shake and wouldn’t answer. Prior to that he also kept looking at us from afar while we were eating. On an interesting side note, we also noticed how he switched from working up front to the bar area and back which raised further suspicion.
Eventually, he brought me a to-go cup and we went home and even our parents confirmed that there was rum/alcohol in my milkshake. Should we go back to that diner and complain to the manager? I’m just in shock as to how crazy some people can be. My dad instructed that I never go back... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know it's cold, but I love milkshakes and I want to have the best one available, so hit me with the spot!
Reddit has deemed me worthy of another free Vanity award to give away.
Post a picture of the best looking milkshake/thickshake you can find.
I don't care if you took the picture or not. Whatever you can find on Google (or Bing, if this is your first day on the Internet) is fine.
The winner is /u/PrecariousKitten with this entry.
The award was a Wholesome award.
Come gather ‘round GME management wherever you roam. And admit that the waters around you have grown and accept it that soon you’ll be drenched to the bone. If your time to you is worth saving, then you better start swimming or you’ll sink like a stone, for the times they are a-changin’.
Story time for the GME crew. All those who are certain tHis iS bLoCkBusTer or the paper hands that sold yesterday can just keep scrolling. We wish you the best of luck in the best of all possible worlds: this one, dear Pangloss.
**I’ve tried to submit this three times now and the moderators keep rejecting it. Maybe because I use too many naughty words? I guess I’ll try to clean that up a bit, which runs counter to all my instincts.
Did we have a good day Wednesday after that Q3 call? No, we did not. Do you know who lost over $20M (at least on paper) yesterday? Mr. Ryan Cohen. How do you think he felt about that CC and that inexplicable shelf registration that is, as one stocktwits commentator put it, a “poor man’s poison pill” and as obvious of a FU to Cohen and shareholders that the Board could have possibly designed? Do you think he was happy to see that?
I think he was thrilled to see it.
And now I’m going to tell you why.
This is a long post, so I’m going to give the TL/DR sum up for you Paste Eating Rocket Kids, and this will serve as a warning that there are, in fact, a lot of words that you may choose to read or not. So if I still see one goddamn comment about this being a lot of words and where’s the rockets maaaaan, I might just transport myself through this internet connection and [removed to satisfy the delicate sensibilities of the robot moderators].
So here’s the TL/DR: I believe that Cohen is executing a plan to take out the GME Board. And I think that Sherman just walked right into Cohen’s trap because he’s a dumb, selfish Boomer with a huge ego and a Broken Brain. And Cohen is going to be a legend because of it after he executes this plan, triggers the MOASS, and takes control of GME to convert it to a tech-first gaming juggernaut.
Now, if you’re in on this GME shit, you likely know the outlines of the story here. But here’s a good link to refresh your memory about why we’re all here:
And for further background, my... keep reading on reddit ➡
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Bought 10 blue pressies, ended eating all of them in a night like a true bartard, was so fucked up took the blender into my bathroom and made milkshakes, but even tho I took it into the bathroom it was still loud as fuck, everyone woke up & was really salty at me, but the milkshakes fuckin slapped.