What does that even mean? no for real what does "it cost me $10,000 of my time"? are they talking about airplane tickets? what airplane ticket costs only $30?
The only thing i can think of is she is saying its "opportunity cost". Her time is worth x amount per hour. (Im guessing shes using her paycheck and endorsements as a baseline). Shes probably thinking in her head "i spent all week booking a flight."
The thirty dollars may have been an extra fee for cancellation or changes or something.
It's still stupid logic. Thats like Bill Gates going to a restaurant and waiting for his food and being like "this meal cost me two million dollars!"
I don't throw this word around a lot, but she is a huge cunt.
That "opportunity cost" kind of logic doesn't make sense to me. If I had a job where I got paid $100/hour and chose to spend two hours on a weekend baking cookies, that doesn't make those cookies worth $200. The worth of your time is determined by what you choose to do with it. Booking seats on a flight as part of a job is worth very little, and booking them for yourself pays nothing.
That's the most bizarre method of fishing for validation that I've ever seen.
Jeez, I feel embarrassed for the dude.
It's almost genius. Almost.
Well, all I have to say is that this user is handsome, smart, kind, and an all-around fantastic person. His only problem is that he sometimes forgets to log out of library computers. ;)via Sync for Reddit
From the Youtube channel owner:
your manager at that Dave & Busters location in Orlando Florida is wrong. I never said that I was filming for "my business".
The manager came up to me and asked what I was doing. I simply told him that I make "arcade gameplay videos for my YouTube channel" he wanted to checkout my website, so I gave him a business card.
That sounds an awful lot like telling them you were filming for your business.
Having an SVP active on the subreddit dedicated to the company is some pretty fantastic online community engagement.
Damn, that roast even burned my hand a little. I like corporate responses that go balls out, and nail the guys to the fullest extent. This right here is one of those responses.
That is fantastic, but also check out the OP in the post. He is just throwing his weight around, like, "Look at me, 800,000 subscribers! Damn, I'm important." How was that even relevant to the post? He could have just said he was some dude who wanted to film. He could have even said it was for his channel. But instead he chose to sound as douchey as he possibly could.
First of all, through God, all things are possible. So jot that down.
Even if he didn't speak in Power Ranger quotes, how would have that vocabulary in his head? Doesn't sound like a 3 year old to me
EDIT: This just became my top comment of all-time. go figure
I'm so confused on who's who here. "My mother told my grandson"? And then this guy saying it's his nephew but she's his mother.
This is nearly as confusing as the Nordic Family Tree.
Notice he didn't deny being a Nazi.
You're right! 😱
Have you ever seen said mod and a nazi in the same room.
Oh I wouldn't have revealed that video until the court date. Dude needs to go to jail.
I would also not point out the dash cam until the police came, I would play dumb and apologize to try and keep them there...
Would be scammers, both individuals are in on it. The 2nd guy on his phone is there to add "credibility".
Until you figure out that the dash cam malfunctioned and didn't record anything! Wouldn't that suck? Admitting guilt by apologizing fervently only to backfire.
"See you don't understand.....everything is different when I do it." -Shocking number of people.
"Coming up next on CSI: Quit Your Bullshit..."
"Enhance. Enhance. Enhance. You see that right there Grissom? That is an arm. We got her!"
"No Nick. That is a hand.......................... And it's all red."
Queue The Who theme song
"no it's not."
I mean this honestly, WTF?
Well I'm certainly not one of those people.
Congratulations, you played yourself.
Met this guy at a bar. He had this awesome shirt, had a medieval feel but was totally acceptable to wear. I asked him where he got it. He told me he made it. I offered him $50 to make me one and after a few minutes he finally admitted that his mom made it. Jesus dude, just say that
And it's not like he couldn't have said "ok" and then went home and begged his mom to make another one, then contacted you once she did and sold it.
Not technically bullshit.
He could have tried his hand at it, gave up, and then gone to grandma.
EDIT: Lighten up guys. This is a hilarious post, let's engage in some dry speculative humor.
Ah yes, but not the skintone, which is obviously the only important feature of a person.
I don't think her son is even the same gender as her.
Also his skin tone looks almost exactly the same as hers but his hair is too curly!
It's so annoying how much people vastly underestimate the work that goes into cakes. Just because you saw the start to finish of an elaborate cake condensed in a 35 second gif doesn't mean it's a simple task.
A perfectly professional reply that is also respectful while debunking any of the bs the customer tried to spew, my favorite
So very glad to see owners standing up to this BS. Oooh, I just ordered a simple gender reveal cake (stupid to begin with), and the mean ol' business is like, way way overcharging me.
But I saw it on cake boss and I want it!