Working at a store that sells beer puts me at an awkward position. People come to the counter with shitty beer and I panic and have no idea how to react. Do I tell them its shitty beer and insult their decisions if they like the beer? Do I ignore the subject all together? Do I give them my true feelings which may lose sales and risk my job?
To be quite honest, the problem is that I have not been moved to the beverage department. Our beer sales would skyrocket if they did. Sad face?
I wish people understood me.
I’m SUPER shy. I don’t talk much, if at all. No one understands. I would prefer to observe the world, hear about you. I love to absorb knowledge. If i’m talking, i’m not absorbing the knowledge around me. Why is that so bad?
Time to start the weekend. It’s close enough, right?
A Battlestar Galactica glass is possibly the only way you could enhance a Stone IPA.
It is impossible to only have good taste in one aspect of life. Good taste in SciFi should be hopefully directly linked to good taste in beer.
It has been a while since I’ve had Molson Canadian.
The question on the back of the bottle is killing me. Choosing between having night vision or being Aquaman is a ridiculous question. No one wants to be Aquaman. I’m not sure if they just can’t think of any decent questions or if their target consumer is the type that would find this deep and thought provoking. Maybe I should just spend less time concerned with how the beer is decorated and more time drinking it.