Look, if you’re going to be a snotty douche, pitch a fit, and steal a pizza because you didn’t get your way, you should probably not take to the Internet and laugh about it on a public page.
Want to advertise with Turtleboy? Email us at Turtleboysports@gmail.com for more information, and check out our website about types of advertising we offer.
Andrea Johnson, a basic from Plymouth, was pissed that her pizza from Papa Gino’s was taking longer than she was told it was going to. I imagine it was awful. Expecting a pizza delivered at a certain time and having it be late? Her whole world must have come crashing down.I’m guessing she was weak from malnutrition when she dragged her frail body towards her smart phone. It was life or death for her to call and complain about the tardiness of her pie.
The Papa Gino’s manager, Jordan, apologized, explained they got slammed, and that her pizza was coming out of the oven now. That wasn’t good enough for Andrea. She wanted that pizza for free. She didn’t care how nasty she had to get. That’s what she wanted.
Jordan, the poor bastard that had to try and be nice to this wench, said that was impossible. He could only give her a couple bucks off, credit her some cash for her next order, and pull the $2.50 delivery fee. So Andrea did what she thought was right. She tipped the driver and slammed the door in his face. In front of her kids no less. Great role model.
Yep. Andrea stole the pizza. Take THAT you corporate pizza-making whores! She really showed them! She felt she deserved a free pizza and didn’t give a shit if she was told she had to pay for it.
Don’t forget Turtleriders: This is Andrea’s world. We just live in it.
Most of us know that when people walk out on waitstaff it’s left for the person serving us to pay for it. Stealing from someone who has to struggle for tips is one of the lowest moves you can make as a human.
Usually we use words like “allegedly”, when it comes to douchey crime, but, because of Andrea’s next brilliant move, we didn’t have to. The Entitled Queen o’ Gino got on the Everything Plymouth page and bragged about what she had done.
I’m not sure if she was looking for a pat on the back, or just trying to shame the business, but it blew up in her face. The good folk of Plymouth started blasting her for making the poor delivery driver pay out of pocket for her tantrum. She didn’t like that, so she deleted the post, and expected it to just go away.
Scott Rodrigues, local genius, had taken a screenshot of her hissy fit brag session and shared it again. He wasn’t going to let her get off that easy. Nothing ever disappears from the Internet. I don’t know how many times we have to tell people this. This time, among the shame squad, the Papa Gino’s staff came forward to tell their side of the story and to defend their boss. Andrea didn’t like that either and demanded Scott take down his post.
He was like “nah.”
He said that he would only stop the public shaming once he got proof that she had done the right thing by paying for the pizza.
That’s not fair! People were being so mean to her! She had already called and taken care of her bill for the pizza.
But the Papa’s crew, who were sitting at work watching this whole thing unfold, said that she was lying.
Robert didn’t take the post down though and I can’t blame him. It takes a real dickhead to steal from a kid making less than minimum wage. Especially when he had nothing to do with why she was pissed off in the first place.
Welcome to Turtleboy, Andrea. Enjoy your trip down the bad egg shoot for being a snooty gash.
We urge you to support the Turtleboy Sponsors by doing business with them. Without them none of this is possible. Click on any of them to check out their sites or Facebook pages.