In high school, we’d show up with our gym bags. We looked like typical teens who had played ball and now refueling, having the bags was not unusual. But we’d line the bags with foil and drop in pieces of chicken.
Yeah, in retrospect that was stealing but at the time we were so proud of ourselves.
@lectroid in a slight defense of little caesars it actually tastes possibly 10x better if you let it cool down and then reheat it in your toaster oven. When I used to buy in college I would purposely let it cool and reheat it.
I think it had something to do with all the grease, fat, tomato sauce, congealing and having all the flavors mix together. You should try it sometime!
Reminds me of when I used to work at Souplantation as a baker.
People would come in with these large totes and then make repeated trips to the bake station for cornbread, blueberry muffins, Indian grain bread (yes, the Indian grain bread was a big ticket item apparently) and then just dump into them totes back at the table.
One time, I just went to their table and handed out a bunch of carry-out containers and a large plastic bag for them and said something along the lines of “no need to dirty-up those nice faux leather bags.”
Yeah, even then I would never think of doing that. Emptying a whole tray and not leaving anything for others? We usually would take a plate with several pieces and slip a couple into the bag. Do that for several trips and we’d each have a half dozen pieces for later snacking.
@Luluthemagnificent I like Cheesecake Factory, too…sometimes you need a place with a large variety that will make everyone happy. @ipsedixit You were a Souplantation hero…if only the current employees were as observant as you.
I went there a couple times for birthday parties or league nights. I remember my favorite part was the salad bar. I would get lettuce, the frozen peas, canned beets, and croutons, then douse it all with ranch dressing. Sometimes raisins too. I thought it was the best salad ever.