Just The Tip: Ratchet Chick In Sheep’s Clothing Steals Tip Jar From Tiverton Restaurant, Gets Outed On Facebook, Returns Money To Avoid Shame, Gets Shamed Anyway
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If this chick wanted the tip, all she had to do was ask and it would be graciously provided. Just sayin. Would. Obviously.
Anyway, looks aside this chick is obviously trashy as hell. There is hardly anything more ratchet than stealing out of the tip jar. If you’re bad enough if you’re an addict and pulling a move like this. But if you’re not even addicted to heroin and you’re still robbing the tip jar so some minimum wage employee can have a couple bucks in their pocket, then you basically have no soul. Apologized and made restitution? Bullshit.
What’s the point of putting a chick’s picture up there like that, letting us know she’s been caught, and then not giving us a name? Luckily that’s what the comments are for:
Once again, this is not scientific proof of anything. Just some Facebook gossip that a friend of Ava Saurette is clarifying. This is what this chick looks like:
I’m not saying this chick has a problem, but if she was drowning in the pool you could probably save her life by throwing her a cheerio. As you can see we have on Oliver Twist situation going on here. Clearly this woman is starving to death and desperately needed a junior bacon cheeseburger. Is that her? We can’t say 100% yet, but we did message her about it and now we’re blocked. So yea, more like 99.9%.
This chick works at the Tiverton Yacht Club
She’s into cocktail dresses and metrosexuals in tight pants on the beach:
And in the least surprising turn of events ever, she seems to have attended one of the five million organized hissy fits that was staged due to a peaceful transfer of political power in Washington DC.
When they go low, we go high. And if that fails we’ll steal their tips. Just the tip though. Just for a couple hours. Just to see how it feels. Then we’ll give it back to avoid a public shaming.
Anyway, safe to say if you pull a stunt like this then it’s not the first time you’ve done it. I mean, no normal person is ever tempted to steal the tip jar. Ever. You don’t pull a move like this just once as a spur of the moment thing. You do it because it’s your thing. You’re the Rhode Island tip jar bandit. It’s what you do.
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