Sorry I haven't been around lately. Spring Break started yesterday, so it's been midterm season. However I am back with some lovely stories
SC= Sucky Customer
Me= The lovely amazing, looks her age, totally cool hinakiba777
That would make me 12
As I've stated before people have a tendency to think of me as younger than I am. Everyone likes to tell me that when I get older I will look back and say "Wow when I was 20, people thought I was 15." I don't see it that way. I get carded everywhere like crazy. Sometimes i get double carded. Anyway, I was working the other day and i got a new age comment. Keep in mind I actually know this SC as a classmate.
Me= May I have your ID?
Me= To exchange for the key?
SC= Oh right. *hands me the ID*
Me= hehe. Your driver's license photo is adorable.
SC= Yeah, hina, check out the date.
SC= *in a mean way* You were 2 then right?
Then don't lock yourself out
Everyone is a little unreasonable about waiting to be let in when you are locked out. Most of the time it's because you aren't properly dressed. There are a lot of middle of the night lockouts with students just in their robes or undies. This boy was in his boxers.
SC= Hina, I'm locked out
Me= What's your room?
SC= You know my room. Come on I'm in my boxers here.
Me= Actually I don't.
SC= it's 555!
Me= Okay, well I'll just call security. *does so* they'll be here in 15 minutes. Just wait in the common room.
~Two minutes later~
SC= They aren't here, can you call them again?
Me= They said they'd be fifteen minutes.
~five minutes later~
SC= Can you call them again?
Me= They are busy. They'll be here as fast as possible
So this continues for a while until he informs me that he's been waiting 30 minutes to be let in. He asks if I can call Security again, and I was about to when Security arrives. I honestly felt like a parent of a child saying "Are we there yet?" Not what I want to deal with at 5am
Hina isn't handy
So yesterday at lunch I discovered my left wrist hurt. Severely. It's better now, but I had to wrap it because the pain was too intense not to do so. Anyway, my left hand is my dominant hand, and to make sure the wrist didn't move i had to wrap up my hand as well. So I had no use of my dominant hand at all. Later I picked up the ending of someone's shift.
Me= *slowly writing desk log with my right hand. Wrapped wrist resting on the desk*
Student= You writing is really messy. (This is a double piss off because it's rude, and students aren't allowed to look at the logs)
Me= *bubbly smile* Yeah, I know. But I'm not right handed.
SC= So why don't you write with your left hand?
Me= *waves wrapped arm*
And those are my stories for the week. of SCs, I also have some general work chat stuff I might post.