Golden Deerfield Lady Posts Spectacular Old School Job Offer Moving Dirt In Her Garden, Demands No Cell Phones Or Saggy Pants
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This is one of the greatest ISO posts I’ve ever seen:
God bless you Bette Sokolski of South Deerfield. You ma’am are a breath of old school fresh air in the face of entitled millenial dooshnozzelry. If you kids think you’re gonna get some fancy summer job where you get to dick around on your cell phones all day in an air conditioned house, ripping butts while showing old ladies your underpants, then you called the wrong broad. You’re gonna take this 50 pounds of dirt, you’re gonna spread it all over Bette’s garden, you’re gonna get paid $20 for two hours of work, and you’re gonna like it. And if she catches your ass texting or sagging your slacks below your belly button, then you owe her money. Don’t like it? Fuck off. Bette don’t play, and she doesn’t have time for doddling. She has a bridge game to get to before the early bird special.
This amazing post apparently was triggering to several people who can’t handle her demand for work ethic and reasonable dress. It elicited hundreds of comments (which have since been deleted), many of them from whiny teenagers who can’t understand why someone like Bette would expect them to……..work. No one has ever made them work before. And since it’s Greenfield, the land of white SJWs looking for virtue signaling opportunities, some were saying that the way Bette phrased her post was racist:
Doesn’t that sound less abrasive? Yea, that’s the problem. Who cares if it sounds abrasive? Kids need to know that when they show up to work Bette ain’t fucking around. Now they know. Don’t wanna work for someone like that? Don’t waste your time showing up. Take that weak sauce to Burger King.
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