An Open Letter To The Guy Who Stocks The Cups At 7-11

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Dude. I understand that if someone were to go for a cup and there were none there, that might be a problem. But stuffing the dispenser so full that I can’t get a cup out, that defeats the entire purpose of getting a cup out. Thanks for keeping and eye on one of my best interests, having cups, but calm down.

7-11.jpg

Dude. I understand that if someone were to go for a cup and there were none there, that might be a problem. But stuffing the dispenser so full that I can’t get a cup out, that defeats the entire purpose of getting a cup out. Thanks for keeping and eye on one of my best interests, having cups, but calm down.

7-11.jpg

Dude. I understand that if someone were to go for a cup and there were none there, that might be a problem. But stuffing the dispenser so full that I can’t get a cup out, that defeats the entire purpose of getting a cup out. Thanks for keeping and eye on one of my best interests, having cups, but calm down.

Oh and ditto with the napkin dispenser. Stuffing the dispenser so full of napkins that the first five tries gets me a fistful of napkin bits. It’s okay, I just pretend the napkin dispenser threw me an impromptu party, but again the object it to get napkins.

The above complaints fall under the category of being too good at your job. Kick back for a second, read a Big Muff magazine, or stop putting napkins in the dispenser to the point where they can no longer be gotten.

Thank you,

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