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Escape Room Employees Reveal The Strangest Ways People Have Broken Out Of The Room Escape Room Employees Reveal The Strangest Ways People Have Broken Out Of The Room Jason Wiese Escape rooms are all the rage lately, and it is not difficult to grasp why. How exciting is it to be locked in a room with only so much time to figure out how to get out, all the while your adrenaline is pumping as you are forced to cooperate with people who already drive you nuts as it is? Many find success, others fail. But some have come up with ways to get out that no one could have expected. Escape room employees and guests alike took to Reddit to share the time someone tried to be loose with the rules. The stories they inspired, edited here for clarity, provide a fun and strange escape for the reader.
Drive Thru Workers Share The Most Outrageous Thing They Overheard While Taking Orders Drive Thru Workers Share The Most Outrageous Thing They Overheard While Taking Orders Philip Sledge People say a lot of weird things when they're hungry, but those comments only get weirder when they think no one is listening. Just as any random fast food drive-thru worker and they'll be quick to explain all the crazies they see rolling through each and every day. And that's exactly what happened to the fast food workers in the following stories who recently shared their craziest stories with Reddit. And just going off of the comments alone, this seems like it's a fairly common occurrence in the fast food world. It's hard to believe that some of these customers have made it this far in life without being locked away - either prison or a mental hospital - or dead. Yes, they're that insane. As always, all posts have been edited for clarity.
People Share The Trashiest Wedding They've Ever Gone To People Share The Trashiest Wedding They've Ever Gone To Hugh Solari Weddings are a time when two families come together to celebrate the fact that they'll soon be joined together through matrimony. Unfortunately, not every wedding is created equal, especially when the bride, the groom, or any of their family members are as trashy as the people in these stories. Fights, wasted guests, and a free roaming hog were enough to send these weddings on the path to become incredibly trashy. We're just happy these people decided to share their stories on Reddit. We gathered the most hair-raising, unbelievable, and utterly trashy stories we could find. Content has been edited for clarity.
Employees Share The Most Outrageously Prejudice Behavior They've Experienced At Work Employees Share The Most Outrageously Prejudice Behavior They've Experienced At Work Jason Wiese There are laws that exist for the purposes of preventing discrimination in the workplace against employees based on their race, gender, or orientation. However, customers do not have to follow that rule and those with a prejudicial bias will gladly exercise that "right." When you have a job that involves servicing the public, you are bound to witness every example of prejudice in the book. Racism. Gender bias. Anti-gay slurs. The following stories, edited for clarity, come from employees who had to put with (or take action against) customers whose prejudiced behavior really rubbed them the wrong way.
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