Saturday, January 21, 2006

Thank You?!?!?!?!?!?

Okay, i feel that if i don't say something now, i might have to wait to say it later. It's the phrase "thank you." That's it. "Thank you." but when said billions of times, it becomes annoying, yes? I bring chalupas to the front. "Thank you." I fry a box of taco shells. "Thank you." I get the okay to clock out, i walk away. "Thank you." It's my job! I do it because i'm paid to! You don't have to thank me!!! Damn...

Thank you for checking in. Godammit.

Monday, January 09, 2006

I feel so lonely...

Oh boy! You hear that, my potential proficient posters? Cash in the pocket! For all my troubles i come away with $3.19! This site is really not about the money, its about the life of a man trapped in a taco bell worker's body. Sure, its nice that its not completely for one month i scraped in the equivalent of about half an hour of work at TB. Speaking of which, how are things going at the ole tacoing hole?

In the last week we've added 4 new employees. FOUR! Two germans and two americans. And guess what? They really have no idea what they're doing. Who'd have thought? With time, hopefully they'll learn. Those rookies. I've already settled into my position of authority, delegating how to make salad bowls and what goes on a 7-layer (beans, rice, tomatoes, cheese, lettuce, sour creme and guacamole, bitches. I said bitches.) Overall, we have half of our workers with less than 2 months experience at taco bell, and the other half with over 3 years experience...HOW ABOUT THAT?

By the way, join if you work at taco bell and can compile words into sentences. It make good fun!

That's it for now, remember: be gentle with your hard shell tacos.

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Welcome Back Super Taco Bell Employee Sloth

Welcome back. I thought I lost ya there. Not sure when we talked about the monetary topic, but I am starting it at the beginning of December. Your total for the month of December is $3.18. I will wait til the end of this month to have a payment total. Than will pay at the end of next month. I only wait that long, because of the structured setup with Google. I'll attach along with the money order, a printed csv report for the months of january and December. I'll probably keep the payments set at once every 2 months, until the site generates more revenue. Now wheres those fellow taco bell employees who hate their jobs and want to let the world know?

Thursday, January 05, 2006

I'm back...what do you mean finally?

Sorry that i haven't posted a month...I HAVE AN EXCUSE! I WORK AT TACO BELL!!
To give you an idea of the current situation, after my first week of work, i was already working 43 hours a week, due to vacationing workers and quitting managers. Having worked at TB for one month now, i consider myself an MF'er: a master fryer. I can make them hard shell tacos like Kobe makes jump shots: kapow! Thats 8 more tacos, bitches! I clocked myself at around 130 tph, that's tacos per hour. Per hour, i say. While staring into my fry station, I realized that i make 130 tacos, which along with meat and lettuce and cheese will net $1.07. Now, I make $9.15/ hour, and minus expenses for meat and veggies, those 130 tacos probably bring in around $100. What am I getting at? Nothing, just saying is all...Also, one thing I learned was that if somebody's order is $6.07, and they give you $20, the change isn't $14.10. PAYDAY TOMORROW!! HUZZAH!!

On a side note, we need more of the enlightened border jumpers. I was gone for a month, and nothing all...WE MUST SPREAD THE GOSPEL! JOIN TBB!

Thursday, December 08, 2005

The Irony

There are always those moments on the job that make you step back and say, "Huh. How about that," and then continue scraping the petrified cheese off the quesadilla machine. Recently, our humble "restaurant" was visited by some local german soldiers. I finished up the order and called out the number, and, to my bemusement, they looked around at the other customers, then grunted and showed me their receipt, which matched the order. The irony? Three german soldiers at an american store that sells mexican food. The germans don't speak english, the english (americans, that is. Still with me?) dont speak spanish (mexican, hang in there...), and the mexican food then completes the circle by being eaten by the germans. That's the circle of taco life in full swing...

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Working on leaving the living...irrelevent

I have now amassed 27 hours of quality taco bell work since last thurs! Now I will surely have enough to buy that kazoo amp I've been salivating over...