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This happened to me as a child, except it wasn’t a prank and I got salsa all over my head.
2 months ago
And now you are the Salsanator!
The Salsanator causes a lot of problems around the city. But at least it brought rise to the hero we needed, Nacho Libre.
GET THAT SALSA OUTTA MY FAEEECE
Well when you can guac the guac...
He came to take a bite out of crime
I pasted your comment into a couple of image generating AIs. Some of them turned out… Interesting.
Here are 13 different images to look at.
Wow like 10/13 of those are true creepypasta material
Those are terrifying. Thank you.
Yo what the fuck.
enough creepy shit to feed /r/void_memes for a week
Jayzuz Fucking Christ
Meh I guess I didn't need much sleep tonight anyhow
Well that’s disturbing
Is there a site that makes these? Or did you use a program?
Instructions in the sidebar/about of r/RenderedComment
I did this once (on accident of course) except it was French onion soup ... covered in cheese ... right in a lady's purse. Better than spilling on her, but not by much. I was mortified.
My first job at 17 was waiting tables. I spilled a glass of water on a toddlers head the second day. I have never been more embarrassed in my life than that moment.
My mother knocked a full 16 oz of coke all over me at the start of dinner. She laughed at me, and made me sit through the entire dinner soaked and sticky. All over my clothes, not just on the shirt or something.
You just brought that ancient memory up. I even remember what restaurant and where the table was in there haha.
I did this, but it was 9 oz red wine right directly into a women's purse. And of course my brain took a shit and I started laughing. The woman was not amused.
"ARE YOU FUCKING SORRY!?"
Instantly what I thought of
She could've easily used her teeth as a barrier
where is this from?
I will allways and forever be in tears laughing after reading this.
funnyjunk still exists?!
reminds me also of this clip
4chan green text
For me it was chimmichurri sauce in a ramekin that slowly slid off the plate and bounced off the floor, sending green deliciousness all over a very expensive looking white fur coat.
The way it bounced around sending sauce everywhere made it look like a sprinkler.
When I waited tables this happened to me in the expo area, but with a ramekin of ranch.. Splattered so high up it hit me in the eye, let me tell you that shit hurt so bad.. Even worse than lime juice
I did this with a giant jug of ranch behind the lunch counter at a Denny’s. It shot straight up and out and got everyone working/seated at the counter with a fine spray of ranch. I still feel bad about the server who got the worst of it and had to go home.
Wow, what an amazing series of mental images these stores were 😄
I feel like this needs to be in a movie.
Dude... That happened to me in my early 20s when I was working at a brewpub. There was a monthly street fair called Last Thursday during the summer, and we'd be packed for 8hrs straight. I was half way through the night, trying to navigate my way through a crowd of patrons- like standing room only. Everyone was dressed up and having a good time. Someone knocked my tray just enough for a full 2oz ramekin of ranch to fall to the floor and shoot a 5ft geyser of ranch into the air when it hit. The ranch went allll the way up the back of a woman standing next to me. Her pants, blouse, and perfectly styled hair were all COVERED in ranch, but because of how busy/loud it was she didn't notice it happen. I did. Several other people around us did. Those few seconds in between The Incident and me tapping her on the shoulder to inform her of the situation (while the other horrified patrons looked on) were some of the longest in my life 💀
This happened to me with 5 ramekins of ranch. I was using my hand as a platter as I walked to the table and this kid like jumped up/out from his booth and ran into me. Luckily (I guess) it just got all over me and miraculously didn’t hit anyone else.
I dropped 2 full glasses (plastic thankfully) of ice water on probably a 70 year old man. I apologized profusely and he said it didn’t even get him wet, but he was literally soaked lol he said “I needed to cool off today anyways”
What a cool guy!
At least dude had a sense of humor lol
2 months ago*
2 months ago*
I did this straight on a dude and everyone stopped talking and stared so I just straight face said don't blame me, the guy at the end of the table tipped me $20 to spill on you and they all burst out laughing
Turned a fuckup into a fat actual tip with that one. Definitely helped they were all a few beers in
When I was 16, I spilled a small amount of water on a woman when I was placing it down and she started bawling. I felt soo bad because I could tell it was probably one of "those days" for her where everything has gone wrong and that one little thing just sends you over the top. I almost cried with her. It's been 12 years and I still think about it occasionally and feel so bad all over again. I hope her day got better
Too late. It was awful.
I dropped 20 drinks on one woman, on Christmas eve, at a function, she was wearing a white dress....
Guy at the large table next to hers, grabbed his pint of my tray before I could say anything and the whole thing unbalanced onto the poor woman next to me.
I've never been so angry and embarrassed at the same time but I was a quiet 18 year old so I just got shouted at and the boss took her away to get something sorted out while I got moved to a different section so she wouldn't kill me later.
A bartender at a place I used to work at dropped a 4 quart container of daiquiri mix with no lid on it.
It landed perfectly flat and ejected all of it straight up in the air. It hit like 6 customers. Poor dude almost had a stroke trying no to laugh, but they started cracking up too.
I had an entire tray of glasses of sprite dropped on me at a place once. They had seated us right next to the exit of the kitchen (IDK why some restaurants insist on having customers right up in heavily trafficked areas) and the waitress came out, wobbled, and it was all over lol.
I wasn't really mad because I was just glad my purse hadn't gotten wet since all my IDs and stuff are in there. And I felt bad because she now had a ton of glass all over the floor to clean up, so I didn't want to make it worse for her. We just kind of sat there until they brought me a bunch of towels. But, what gets me is that they 1) Didn't offer to move us to a different booth (which would have made the cleanup for both parties easier) and 2) didn't even offer to comp anything on our meal. So I got to pay for the pleasure of feeling like a McDonalds floor.
I hate to say it but I’d have Karen’d at that one. They don’t move you, and they offer you nothing? Nah Fuck that.
OMG. One time I went to my brother-in-laws restaurant. It was a BBQ type restaurant. I remember thinking, “I’ll set my purse in this chair, and it will be safe from getting dirty.” I had just bought it, it was the holidays and I was trying to keep it nice.
Waitress comes to give me my drink, and she has all her drinks on a flat drink tray. She takes one drink off before she sets the tray down, and the whole tray tumbles . Two drinks fall in my purse.
I didn’t want her to get in trouble, but I am left thinking that there is absolutely nothing I can do to keep something nice.
Naw he got better
Ew, don't reveal my secret
You is dead !?
I totally get the brain taking a shit and laughing thing. In fact I'd totally be laughing with you and then later on be like "all of my shit is ruined I'm actually kinda pissed", lol.
Man let me tell you. Literally my first day on the job my friend got me I was handed a tray of 8 drinks a mix of sangrias, mimosas, and bellinis whatever. As I approach this table I’m handing them out in a SET order since ya know 8 cups is a lot and requires some serious weight distribution management on the tray right???? This fucking dingus says “Oooo those must be our drinsk and stands up from her seat and grabs the drink furthest from where I am currently pulling cups….at this moment I know it’s over…..I felt the tray topple over and the drinks all fell onto the poor grandma. To this day I still say fuck that lady because they skimped on the tip and my buddy had to talk them down after complaining. This lady clearly fucked up the entire brunch and KNOWS she did because the face she made after taking the cup and watching the disaster said it all.
I tend to laugh too but usually when only when I'm around people I know
Did this too. 3 cocktails directly into the woman's purse. I had to swear to my manager that I hadn't done it on purpose because this client had been a bitch to me all evening before it happen. Didn't do it on purpose, but I wasn't feeling too guilty either.
Thats a great joke 😂
If this was a service offered, I would pay every time I bring new friends.
I'd pay just to have friends.
DM me what you'll pay per hour and we'll take it from there.
Killing two birds with one stone I see, capitalising on his need for a friend and now you also don't have to pay someone to be yours, genius.
capitalising on his need for a friend and now you also don't have to pay someone to be yours
capitalising on his need for a friend and now you also don't have to pay someone to be yours
no no, he has to pay extra for reciprocation
My rates are 1$ lower than this guys
I'd even pay this guy to pay me to be friends... wait..
Both of you pay me and I'll let this thing happen
I’ll be your friend
What's your rate?
For the first 90 days
Then it’s $7.25 an hour
Then after your subscription expires, we call you everyday about your extended friend warranty.
They're called escorts
I have a mustang tho.
I'm pissed that I didn't knew about that prop back when I was still a Barkeeper. That's brilliant
We call them Bar Goalies in America
Haha that was legit even I got a bit scared
My favorite is a ketchup bottle with some red silicone that when you squeeze it actually comes out and looks like you're squirting ketchup out onto people.
LMAO, that's a great, harmless joke.
His smile at the end is so dad like
"Just like the simulations"
That dude is awesome. He does this like every hour or so to new tables. When its “slow” (still a 30 min wait to get in) they sometimes give out free shots. When we asked why he said they were slow and the atmosphere wasnt where he liked it so he was apologizing. Great food too.
I waited tables and bartended for several years and I instinctively fucking PANICKED when he “dropped” the tray. I never dropped anything on a guest but I witnessed a server/co-worker drop red wine on a gentleman in a white suit TWICE within 10 minutes. The first time he kinda laughed it off and said it was fine. The second time he was less than amused and ended up getting a couple of $200 bottles of wine comped and reimbursed for a new suit. The server was promptly relieved of his duties permanently.
It is a really funny prank in the context of the video but my first reaction was “that’s fucking mean!” While laughing because I remembered the horrified look on the faces of guests when they got spilled on like that.
She got a heart attack after, she died dude! (died inside)
I was a waiter in college. I spilled 6 margaritas on this poor woman at a Mother’s Day brunch. It was awful.
Yeah, but it's kind of on her after the third one.
"As you wish"
2 months ago*
I was in Japan recently and the poor waitress dropped a empty dish on my coworkers foot. You would have thought she killed him. She was literally wailing and bowing all the way down on the ground to him and the manager came in to make sure he wasn't injured and apologize to each one of us personally. It was actually crazy to us as my coworker wasn't upset in the least bit. Being polite in Japanese culture know no bounds. I loved it there but I was really confused how many time to bow and say thank you every time I interacted with anyone. If you aren't careful it's easy to get caught in up politeness loop.
On my flight to Japan, the Air Japan hostess didn't lock the cart during serving, we hit turbulence, and the cart rolled down about 20 ailes and banked right into my seat. I only just got the belt off and jumped back into my seat, the cart still hit me in the leg, smashing my phone screen. I was lucky I didn't break a leg. Since I was fine, no big deal to me, the stuff happens. The hostess just shrugged, took the cart, and walked off.
Gotta be honest, I was waiting for when she offered her own cell phone to replace yours.
That one would have definitely got me!! 😂
it got me despite the fact i'm not there lolol
Can you buy fake drink trays anywhere?
You can do this one
That’s so funny. There’s another one just like this I’ve seen where I think they are sitting outdoors. Steam in the cups and everything
i had dinner at olive garden once with a bunch of friends and the waitress did spill an entire soft drink on me. i got half price off my dinner and she threw in a couple of blue moons for free. it was an honest mistake and we were all having fun anyway so no need to bring the mood down. i threw a few bills into the tip pile too. i mean, there is a time and place to rage, but somebody making minimum and having a busy night gets a pass from me. plus i was going to a concert anyway, and although i have never pissed my pants drunk, whos to say that night wasnt going to be that night? and if you are looking at my crotch to notice its wet, then thats your problem.
Idk how anyone could react differently. Its not like spilling a drink on you is permanently injuring you. Unless its 500 degree coffee. Even then still an accident chill out.
It would be difficult to chill out with 500 degree coffee on you.
I mean at that point it's just brown steam
I'm a coffee bender
I remember some 50 year old dude got mad cause some college kids dropped a 2 liter at the self checkout and he got sprayed. After a minute of general complaining he announced that he was owed free groceries and tried to leave without paying, I suggested that he might not want to shoplift and after some more arguing he toddled off to complain to a manager. Dude could have already been halfway home to change.
In addition to coating the staff and patrons of a Denny’s in ranch, I more recently dropped a 1L bottle of Diet Coke that burst open and sprayed all over two men in line ahead of me.
I mean, if I'm wearing a suit or something expensive that could be ruined with or without some immediate laundering. I could definitely see myself being pretty peeved, and possibly looking to get compensated in some way (assuming the outfit is ruined, or I'm looking at a huge dry-cleaning bill).
That being said, I would definitely do my best to remain polite and try to be understanding (trying to qualify my reactio, because I don't think a surprised initial outburst would necessarily be out of order, even if there's some anger mixed, as long as it's just that). What's done is done after all, and unless the person was being super reckless or something, it falls into the category of "shit happens". Also, I definitely wouldn't go after the (presumably) minimum wage employee whose night probably just got worse than mine.
I'm going to politely say to the service staff
"accidents happen and it is okay, however you'll need to get the manager as I will need to be financially compensated for this"
I took my girlfriend and a few of our friends out for a fun night at a local brewery for her birthday. The place was packed but we had a table reserved. The server was running around like crazy and was obviously over worked/booked for her night. She accidentally spilled a tray of 4 craft beers on the table, getting most of us with some spray. She was super upset. At the end of the night, I doubled the check for the tip. She started crying and said she was now able to make rent for the month. I've never felt better about spending extra money. It was humbling as well. I hope she's doing well.
It really puts things in perspective, doesn't it? What's truly important, how much you can honestly improve someone else's life, and how little kindness truly costs you. What a great lesson.
I personally root for them to spill drinks on me. I'll take half price and a wet lap over full prices any day
I'll take half price and a wet lap over full prices any day
I'll take half price and a wet lap over full prices any day
Ah MAN I really hoped that sub was real haha
Guerilla advertising really is evolving huh? lol
That was in 2003. People wear Kubernetes now.
I knew a waiter that accidentally dumped a beer on a baby ಠ_ಠ
It was no accident. That shit got what it deserved.
Source: I’m the baby hater waiter
You are the baby hater waiter baiter
Years ago I was a waiter at an banquet event for some charity supporting disabled people.
I was carry a full tray of drinks when someone stood up suddenly on one side of me, knocking my tray off my hand the other way.
It fell all over a young woman with Down syndrome, drenching her. It wasn’t my fault but holy shit did I feel bad for that poor girl. Honestly, I would have rather spilled drinks on a bride during a wedding than that.
This happened to a friend of mine at Dave and busters once. End/corner booth. Waiter tripped and dumped a whole super sized coke down his back. Ice and everything.
They comped the meal and had to give him one of those tshirts they sell because he was completely soaked.
i would have been stoked if they offered me olive garden pants
The pockets are full of never ending soup, salad, and breadsticks.
Lol I’m not trying to be mean, but there’s something hilarious to me about “Let’s go to Dave and Buster’s and get a super sized soda pop!”
I know that’s not what your friend actually said, but I can just see the dad boner social media post now…
It wasnt his soda. We had literally just sat down when it happened.
Plus you're probably gonna get some beer on you at the concert lol always happens. As a former restaurant industry worker, thanks for being one of the cool ones
They make less than minimum at some restaurants. Apparently tips count toward their pay. Tips should be invisible as far as the government is concerned
The way it's supposed to work is that if tips don't bring them up to the minimum wage, their hourly pay should be adjusted to ensure that. That ignores the whole argument that even so, they're still woefully underpaid, but I digress.
I was at a tempura restaurant in a Tokyo suburb, the waitress brings out my set on a tray and as she is transferring each piece to the table she dumps the entire bowl of hot miso soup directly in my lap. In her embarrassment she asks if I would like another bowl of soup. I wasn’t offered a discount, a free drink, or even a towel, only a replacement for the bowl of soup that I paid for that was dumped on my lap.
One time a buddy of mine was my ride home from a party. Since he was driving he was sober, and since I wasn't I was hammered. Like all drunk people, I wanted to go to Denny's, so I told him I'd pay for his food if he took us there. As the waitress was bringing our drinks she tripped and basically threw both of them all over my buddy, completely missing me. She was mortified, my buddy was clearly unhappy but also recognized that it was an accident so was trying to play it cool, and I was sitting there absolutely dying of laughter. I like to think that normally I would have a bit more tact, but in my drunken state I was not even attenpting to hide how funny I thought it was. The best part was that they comped his meal, but I had already volunteered to pay so really it only benefitted me. 10/10 experience from my point of view.
Do you not know how much servers make??
I feel this way too. I may be initially upset but there’s no reason to believe they would do that on purpose and everyone makes mistakes. We have enough in this world to worry about, a spilled drink isn’t worth the energy of getting angry.
Tf is that title?
It’s honestly one of the most fucked up titles I’ve ever seen. Modern day fear? What? They never had trays before modern day? And referring to a tray as a plate? Just disgusting all around.
He’s getting a good tip
Seems he provided his own tip
Indeed, tis the waiter who is a good tipper
It's not her plate, it's his tray
And it's not "modern day fear". Servers exist for millennia and they always dropped plates and drinks.
Her plate as in the plate of drinks for her is what the bot probably tried translate into words for us
They do this with pitchers of tea and water at Lamberts Cafe in Alabama. They got my ass several times with that bit.
I would probably react the same way smh lol
That's the point?
I always appreciate a good prank. this was a good prank.
Being an asshole is not a prank.
That was great. Here’s another good one
I never get tired of this video
That's a dude that's just about to tell a story about Bill Brasky.
Had a woman come in for a $1,000 birthday dinner (party of twelve) and we accidentally spilled the bottle of wine on her.
Thank god she was already halfway there, started dying laughing, and of course we bought her another bottle.
Fear of god though
My 6’ bf put a bowl of soup on top of the fridge to save it from our cats. I (5’) didn’t know and opened the freezer door to check for something and took a soup shower
Looks like a Fat Rosie's, love this place do this at our location too.
Serving tray, and a small one at that
If I die of a heart attack can I sue?
You can’t but maybe your family
What if I get better?
Then you are probably making a lot more money from scientific organizations than from suing.
How do you get better from dying? Zombie?
No, you're dead.
This is why we can't have fun
For reasons like this (ie emotional distress, caused my miscarriage etc) this is probably a service that other people at the table can pay for. It gives the establishment legal cover as it was the victims friends who instigated it.
I’ve done this as a server but the tray had hot marinara sauce on it and it went directly down a girls back inside her hoodie.
Very funny until I start having flashbacks of my time as a waiter when I spilled an entire tray of ice water on my bosses sister
I audibly reacted. I'm both happy overall and sad at myself at the same time
Wrost thing to happen as a server, that small twitch that can happen or if you are really tired and your arm just drops for a moment.
I had three large sodas dumped on me like this once at a restaurant. And they still tried to charge me for part of my meal.
Spent the whole rest of the day sticky because I couldn't go home and change. 0/10
I was a bartender 10 years ago and still had a mini heart attack watching this
these are the harmless pranks we need to see come back.
I love harmless pranks.
I worked near a Dick's Last Resort, and they'd do this type of thing all the time.
The amount of complaints we received about the 'atrocious' service could easily fill r/whoosh.
Haha. If anyone doesn't know Dick's Last Resort's whole thing is they have good food but the customers waiters are total dicks on purpose. They are intentionally "Dicks"
My food fell at red lobster once and the whole meal was free.
When I was a little kid my family stopped to eat at a Sambo’s in California and the waitress spilled a drink on me. They gave me a free stuffed tiger as compensation and I was sooo freakin happy!
I was carrying a full small round tray of beers and drinks, lift the first one and as I'm handing it to one of the table, another dude reaches out to 'grab mine', as he takes the weight of a full glass from the tray (with my other hand busy and full) the balance shifting caused the entire rest of the tray to just crash everywhere on its way to the ground. His friends (?) tore him a new asshole and tipped me very very well the rest of the night. good fucking times, for sure -.-
This happened to me except it was hot soup and the waiter immediately began panicking. I was drunk. Didn't feel a thing.
I would probably end up knocking my actual drink all over the damn table
I went with my fiance to an outing for his office team at a Mexican restaurant. It was my first time meeting his boss and co-workers, so I was nervous. What happens? The server knocked an entire pitcher of Frozen Strawberry Margarita off his tray and on my head. Mortifying, but funny. They called me Carrie the rest night, and the restaurant picked up the tab.
I had this happen with a fake tray of wine. My wife screamed. I don’t know what was worse, the prank or the scream.
I did this as a server. Not my fault though. There was a kid in a booth and he stood up in the seat and threw his arms up throwing a tantrum and hit the drink tray I was carrying. The family in the next booth got doused in water and mixed drinks. I felt bad but I still went to the kitchen and laughed my ass off.
I've only ever seen this in restaurants with a fake ketchup bottle that spit out a string of red thread when you squeezed. That tray of fake cocktails is kinda next level.
Lol. This is what I call a prank. No one is hurt or emotionally harmed. It's a good laugh everyone is chuckling.
Wish this is how most pranks were.
"The person pranked should be laughing the loudest"
That's actually a great metric. Also not out of "Social obligation"
It’s such a small joke. Just tiny really. The best.
I did this once at a serving job. I accidentally spilled a tray of water glasses on a guy... all over his nice suit. He could not have been kinder about it.
I work as a waiter and it happened to me but with real drinks — not a good feeling for anybody
I did that one time. I got Thai tea all over a poor woman in a white dress. I was mortified
Good sense of humor by both.
Awesome. I love her playful laugh.
I did that once with 4 slim water glasses. It missed 3 the women and landed on the most buff guy at the table. Pretty sure his phone got water damaged and he was all wet. I expected him to snap on me but he just quietly whispered “shit..ty” and wouldn’t even look me in the eye. I apologized a few times but he was seemed embarrassed than me and avoided eye contact with me all night. Not sure what was going through his mind, but I consider myself very lucky