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Stuck in Louisiana part 2 with attitude!

Here is what happened last night after being told we need to wait about 7 hours! Well after they tell my husband that we need to wait an eternity we decided to go to the nearby Arbys to eat dinner. Well we go in and after some time we decided what we wanted to eat. First and foremost this woman had the biggest attitude, like the one you know that they hate their job, and that she doesn’t like working with customers is the face she had. Now not to sound mean or racist but this woman reminded me of those little brown monsters that are in the nintendo games that were after Mario. I mean I am not one to judge because I am no looker but I just couldn’t help it. She proceeded to tell my husband that they didn’t have certain things we wanted. They didn’t have curly fries, they didn’t have any milkshakes, they didn’t have any apple turnovers, and they didn’t have no mountain dew or light mountain dew, and she had to ask the woman first if she could make the grilled chicken for my husband. Well I just thought to myself well maybe you shouldn’t be open! Well we decided for me a crispy chicken sandwich meal and my husband grilled with regular crappy fries and monzerella sticks. Well my husband stood there waiting for our food while I sat down after choosing between practically 2 sodas, as I was already steamed with her attitude and their lack of food. As my husband stood there she took someone else’s order and barked at my husband “what do you want”? My husband just said I am waiting for the food. Well, we finally got our food and sat down and ate quickly to get out of there.Arbys just isn’t the same without curly fries and especially isn’t pleasant when people are so rude.Well around 1:00 a.m they called us to come to dock number 6. Well when we get ready my husband starts to drive to the shipper which was about 1 minute away from where we were parked. We pass this sign that says “Caution extremely bumpy road ahead”. I didn’t think mc of it because we have gone through many bumpy roads before like ones in Arkansas. As my husband is driving, I knew exactly what that sign meant. I was sitting on the back on the laptop and I was holding on to dear life as the truck bounced up and down up and down for what seemed like hours. I think that my intestines were out of place. Even the tv which has a strap to hold it in place came out of it’s strap and almost fell. All bottles and food all moved around. I even watched as my laptop which was charging as I was using it turned on and off of charging because of this road. Thank god we finally made it we got to our dock and waited about 30 minutes for them to load us. We turned the truck back on, of course going through that street again and went back to the same place to go to sleep, which was almost 3 in the morning, Well this morning we head for Texas. Let’s see what happens to us on the way there.100_1845.JPG

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December 19, - Posted by | Louisiana

2 Comments »

  1. Here is a video of one lying down for a nap:

    http://peoplegeek.wordpress.com/2006/12/19/semi-truck-fall-down-go-boom/

    Comment by Heather Flanagan | December 19, | Reply

  2. Here is a video of a semi truck lying down for a nap:

    http://peoplegeek.wordpress.com/2006/12/19/semi-truck-fall-down-go-boom/

    Comment by Heather Flanagan | December 19, | Reply


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