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Yaaa namanya berekspektasi mah bebas. Karepmu wes.

Mau ‘kamu apa kabar’ diartikan ‘aku kangen kamu’
Mau 'kamu sibuk apa?’ diartikan 'di keseharianku masih saja teringat kamu’
Mau itu 'sudah punya gantinya?’ diartikan 'aku mau sama kamu lagi’
Mau 'eh maaf salah kirim chat’ diartikan dengan 'aku mau ngobrol sama kamu dong’
Mau itu 'mau pesan apa?’ diartikan dengan 'udah aku aja yang traktir’–padahal ya mana mungkin, wong yang nanya waiters.

Bebas.

Silakan berekspektasi setinggi-tingginya. Lalu jatuh sejatuh-jatuhnya. Yang bertanggung jawab atas rasa kecewamu seharusnya kamu juga, jika berani berjika-jika.

jimmy eats breadsticks; dippin jimmy

jimmy comes up with a sharp one-liner; quippin jimmy

jimmy takes a giant bong hit; rippin jimmy

jimmy drinks fine wine; sippin jimmy 

jimmy reads fanfic; shippin jimmy

jimmy cuts class; skippin jimmy

jimmy puts on a little show; strippin jimmy

jimmy is kind to the waiter; tippin jimmy

jimmy drops acid; trippin jimmy

jimmy is into bdsm; whippin jimmy

jimmy remembers his fly’s undone; zippin jimmy

anonymous asked:

I very much dislike CS (and Hook in general) but I wonder if the reason he gave Emma the smaller shot was less in response to his selfishness, but a) he only believes he's getting half the story (as much as I don't like him he can be perceptive) and b) the argument that Hook got women drunk in order to sleep with them - Emma couldn't get drunk from that shot. What are your thoughts?

No gentleman gives a nearly empty shot to his gf when there’s a new drink right there on the table and he’s just had his. He’s literally giving her scraps. He could order another shot for himself and give Emma the new one that had just been served. Could have, if he were a decent person.

Would you give your nearly empty drink to your love interest, the glass you just drank from, or the second shot that you just got and ask for another to the waiter? Seems to me you have to be a certain kind of person to pick the first option.

It’s details like this that make you hate this character. Which go unnoticed to a specific group of people who justify his every behavior, accepting - swallowing - his bullshit, like Emma. Like I’ve said before: you either identify with the person stuck in a codependent relationship and choose to ignore the bad because you don’t know better, or you identify with the friends who watch from outside and feel desperate to shake you, wake you up so you can break free from such toxic relationship. And it always makes me question as a viewer (and someone who’s had an opportunity to study about semiotics in visual media) if they are deliberately romanticizing their toxicity because we are meant to see it from Emma’s POV, where she’s stuck in this obsession and trying to justify or overlook how wrong they are for each other; or they really want to continue to promote rape culture in media because the bosses are misogynists.

The signals and metaphors are THERE, showing us a bad romance, but at the same time the heroine chooses to ignore it and force it; justify it. And PR is horrible because they enforce this as an epic romance. They send two messages: subtextually and visually they’re giving you a cautionary tale, but verbally they claim it is beautiful. You have to choose whether to listen to what you’re SEEING, or what they’re TELLING you to believe.

I choose to open my eyes and not be fooled by sweet lies.

awsome-space-dragon  asked:

Mytho-creature AU: A Ussop X Sanji one, and kinda shifting things around for this one to make it true to character, but Ussop is an art student whose roomate is Chopper, who is a med student who always gets Ussop to ask him med questions form his text book as a form of study, so Ussop now has a bunch of med facts in his brain, and Sanji is the hot guy in the coffee shop who is secretly a dragon. ANd the slideshw gets replaced with his sketchbook.

Mmmm okay 


“Your coffee, princess.” 

The man with the long nose eyed the blonde waiter with the curly eyebrow as a drink was set in front of him, scribbled with the name “Princess Usopp.” 

“How much?” Usopp asked. 

“Free,” the blonde waiter replied with a grin. The café was nearly empty. “You know, you’re pretty cute … just the kinda guy I’d like to kidnap and take to a tall tower somewhere.” 

“You always smell like smoke,” Usopp muttered. 

“What?” 

“It’s gross!” Usopp exclaimed. He took a quick glance at the nametag to double-check he was right and said, “Sanji, smoking is super bad for you, don’t you know?” 

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anonymous asked:

Hi i'm anon i'll be your waiter for today, tonight our specials include the amedot fruit salad and the mystery pearl chicken and potatoe. Drinks include water and fruit punch. What would you like to order?

Hmm. I appreciate the fact that you’re offering me specials but I’d honestly appreciate a clusterf*ck of grilled Amedot, Pearlnet, Mystery Pearl, Jaspearl and Bispearl trash-extra Amedot, please-just thrown tf on my plate with some Rupphire ice cream as a desert. Vanilla has always been my favorite flavor.
Also can I have some Pearlrose punch with extra tears? Thanks, I’m always a slut for angst. Also, don’t leave out my Pearlapis fortune cookie please and thank you.

anonymous asked:

Going with the waitress/soulmate thing, how would Hibari, Yamamoto, and Mukuro react to having a soulmate who was a waitress?

-Hibari will definitely try to hide the waitress thing not because he is embarrassed but he does know that rumors stating that the wife of the Hibari household use to slave around others might lead to people underestimating him, which will cause him additional headache.

-Mukuro could not care less. Will take you to fancy restaurants just to make you enjoy what it likes to live the other side of the life.

-Yamamoto could not care less. Working at his dad’s sushi shop, he was technically a waiter himself. He’ll try to hide it though because the upper Mafia society can be pretty harsh to those they look down on.

anonymous asked:

Padme as an activist. Also Ahsoka

Re: Padme, tbh I kind of liked the idea of everyone in this AU having those drag’n’drop fandom-cliché jobs based on dumb tropes. I already have a nurse, a personal trainer, and an auto mechanic, and I’m just so weak for that flowershop/coffeeshop/tattoo parlor AU shit. *^* To that end, it occurs to me that in my head Tup has been a barista or waiter this whole time. And Fives is… maybe a hot firefighter? :’D ANYWAY yes Padme is clearly passionate about justice and activism and whatever, but for a job I guess I was thinking more like… a hair stylist or fitting room attendant or something, as a vague reference to all her fabulous canon hairdos and fashions? Or a journalist, since she seems to snoop a lot? Idk, general “activist” just seems more like a personality trait or a volunteer activity to me. Unless you had some kind of specific organization in mind.

Re: Ahsoka, I’m not 100% sure what you mean by simply “Also Ahsoka.” Also what? Also she should be an activist? Also she should live in the house? I’d want to keep her a young teenager in this AU if she shows up, so I guess maybe I can pick up that idea I tossed out of Domesticverse and make her Plo’s daughter? Kind of a fun spread of mini families in this house, in that case. A single(ish) 20-something, a pair long-term boyfriends, a married couple with kids on the way, a single dad with a teenager, and sometimes a mysterious old man in the attic. :’D

Very Angry Cat Barista

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by MoonflowerKuroo

Sure, being a barista or waiter might be easy to some people. Like Tsukishima, with his long arms to carry multiple plates. Or Yachi, who is sweet and doesn’t get yelled at when she gets flustered at so many orders. Or Oikawa, whose natural born good looks are the reason they get so many customers.

Not Yaku, who is short, kind of cute, and just wants to pay back his loans.

Words: 7198, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English



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Very Angry Cat Barista

read it on the AO3 at http://ift.tt/2ddsp6l

by MoonflowerKuroo

Sure, being a barista or waiter might be easy to some people. Like Tsukishima, with his long arms to carry multiple plates. Or Yachi, who is sweet and doesn’t get yelled at when she gets flustered at so many orders. Or Oikawa, whose natural born good looks are the reason they get so many customers.

Not Yaku, who is short, kind of cute, and just wants to pay back his loans.

Words: 7198, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English



read it on the AO3 at http://ift.tt/2ddsp6l

Hole in his gut, Spurs’ Popovich moves on: Coach enters new season without Duncan by side - Buck Harvey

It was the thoughtful act of a father. Gregg Popovich would go to a Zagat-approved restaurant on the road with his staff, and sometimes, toward the end of the meal, he would ask the waiter for a small carrot cake to go.

He would then leave the package outside Tim Duncan’s hotel door, and Popovich’s original thinking was simple. He knew Duncan loved carrot cake.

But they say this became a road ritual that went on for years, and that the gesture was about more than a late-night snack. It was a nod to partnership and appreciation.

Room service is over now. Popovich has moved on.

“He’s gone,” Popovich said this week. “I’ve put it out of my mind.”

As if that is possible.

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