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Bad, Head, and Homeless: STOP THINKING SO MUCH AND START ACTING Thinking too much prevents people from getting anything done! Like all habits, changing your destructive thought patterns can be a challenge. But with consistent practice, you can train your brain to think differently. Here’s how to stop overthinking👇 ✔️Notice when you're stuck in your head. Overthinking can become such a habit that you don't even recognize when you're doing it. Start paying attention to the way you think so you can become aware of the problem. ✔️Keep the focus on problem-solving. Dwelling on your problems isn't helpful-but looking for solutions is. If it's something you have some control over, consider how you can prevent the problem or challenge yourself to identify five potential solutions. ✔️Challenge your thoughts. It's easy to get carried away with negative thoughts. So before you conclude that calling in sick is going to get you fired, or that forgetting one deadline will cause you to become homeless, acknowledge that your thoughts may be exaggeratedly negative. 🤔 ✔️Train your brain. Paying attention to the way you think can help you become more aware of your bad mental habits. With practice, you can train your brain to think differently. Over time, building healthier habits will help you build the mental muscle you need to become mentally stronger. You’re welcome! 😉 - overthinking success motivation
Bad, Head, and Homeless: STOP THINKING SO
 MUCH AND START
 ACTING
Thinking too much prevents people from getting anything done! Like all habits, changing your destructive thought patterns can be a challenge. But with consistent practice, you can train your brain to think differently. Here’s how to stop overthinking👇 ✔️Notice when you're stuck in your head. Overthinking can become such a habit that you don't even recognize when you're doing it. Start paying attention to the way you think so you can become aware of the problem. ✔️Keep the focus on problem-solving. Dwelling on your problems isn't helpful-but looking for solutions is. If it's something you have some control over, consider how you can prevent the problem or challenge yourself to identify five potential solutions. ✔️Challenge your thoughts. It's easy to get carried away with negative thoughts. So before you conclude that calling in sick is going to get you fired, or that forgetting one deadline will cause you to become homeless, acknowledge that your thoughts may be exaggeratedly negative. 🤔 ✔️Train your brain. Paying attention to the way you think can help you become more aware of your bad mental habits. With practice, you can train your brain to think differently. Over time, building healthier habits will help you build the mental muscle you need to become mentally stronger. You’re welcome! 😉 - overthinking success motivation

Thinking too much prevents people from getting anything done! Like all habits, changing your destructive thought patterns can be a challenge...

Clock, Disappointed, and Fresh: KEEP GRINDING YOUR DAY IS COMING! Keep grinding, even if you don’t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you don’t feel motivated. Running a business is exciting and challenging, but also boring and mundane sometimes. It’s human nature to get distracted, frustrated and disappointed now and then. The key is knowing how to get back on track so your business doesn’t suffer. 🤔 ✔️Make a schedule. Not reporting to an office every day or punching a clock can be an amazing thing. It also can pose a tremendous challenge. You can wake up when you want, take breaks when you want, eat when you want and stop working when you want. With so much autonomy, it's important to discipline yourself by setting a daily schedule. That’s key! ✔️Take breaks throughout the day. Design your daily schedule with short breaks in mind. Limit each to 10 or 20 minutes, or you risk getting swept into a sucking hole of unproductivity. These breaks are particularly helpful if you're struggling with a problem. Take a step back, focus on something else, and come back with fresh eyes. Consider taking a quick walk outside or engaging in some other form of activity. Get a glass of water, meditate or surf social media to shift your mindset. ✔️Take advantage of flexibility. Nowhere is it written that you have to stare at a computer screen in your own home or workspace every day. Try changing it up: Work from a coffee house one day, a library the next and a park the day after that. Changing your scenery will keep you on your toes and might even pique your creativity. ✔️Think about the future. You set goals when you first started your business, and you know you must continue to adapt those objectives as time goes on. If you feel yourself procrastinating or getting distracted, ask yourself how meeting those goals will affect your future. Where do you want your business to be in six months, a year, or five years? How will your daily work help you achieve your ambitions? And how much better will your personal and professional life be once you reach each milestone? KEEP grinding! Your time will come. - success grind millionairementor
Clock, Disappointed, and Fresh: KEEP GRINDING
 YOUR DAY IS COMING!
Keep grinding, even if you don’t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you don’t feel motivated. Running a business is exciting and challenging, but also boring and mundane sometimes. It’s human nature to get distracted, frustrated and disappointed now and then. The key is knowing how to get back on track so your business doesn’t suffer. 🤔 ✔️Make a schedule. Not reporting to an office every day or punching a clock can be an amazing thing. It also can pose a tremendous challenge. You can wake up when you want, take breaks when you want, eat when you want and stop working when you want. With so much autonomy, it's important to discipline yourself by setting a daily schedule. That’s key! ✔️Take breaks throughout the day. Design your daily schedule with short breaks in mind. Limit each to 10 or 20 minutes, or you risk getting swept into a sucking hole of unproductivity. These breaks are particularly helpful if you're struggling with a problem. Take a step back, focus on something else, and come back with fresh eyes. Consider taking a quick walk outside or engaging in some other form of activity. Get a glass of water, meditate or surf social media to shift your mindset. ✔️Take advantage of flexibility. Nowhere is it written that you have to stare at a computer screen in your own home or workspace every day. Try changing it up: Work from a coffee house one day, a library the next and a park the day after that. Changing your scenery will keep you on your toes and might even pique your creativity. ✔️Think about the future. You set goals when you first started your business, and you know you must continue to adapt those objectives as time goes on. If you feel yourself procrastinating or getting distracted, ask yourself how meeting those goals will affect your future. Where do you want your business to be in six months, a year, or five years? How will your daily work help you achieve your ambitions? And how much better will your personal and professional life be once you reach each milestone? KEEP grinding! Your time will come. - success grind millionairementor

Keep grinding, even if you don’t feel like it! No matter what kind of work you do, you'll always have days you don’t feel motivated. Running...

Haircut, Journey, and Life: GOOD PEOPLE STILL EXIST The world is filled with good people, if you can’t find one BE ONE. Life is a journey and becoming better every day is the goal, so here are a few ways to help you become a better person: ✔️Compliment yourself. Every morning before you go on with your daily routine, take a couple of minutes to give yourself a compliment. Whether you compliment your outfit, haircut, or how you recently completed a task using your unique skill sets, giving yourself a little emotional boost will make you happy. ✔️Don’t make excuses. Instead of pointing fingers and making excuses about why you aren't happy or successful in your personal or professional life, own your mistakes and learn from them. ✔️Be helpful. Whether giving up your seat to an elderly person on the subway, assisting a co-worker on a project, or carrying in the groceries when your spouse comes back from the store, being helpful is one of the easiest and most effective ways to practice becoming a better person. I find that the more I help others, the better I feel about myself and everyone around me. Do you? ✔️Always be polite. How much effort does it take to say, "Thank you," or to hold the elevator door open for someone? Not much at all. However, these acts of kindness can make someone's day. TRY IT! - good values success millionairementor
Haircut, Journey, and Life: GOOD PEOPLE
 STILL EXIST
The world is filled with good people, if you can’t find one BE ONE. Life is a journey and becoming better every day is the goal, so here are a few ways to help you become a better person: ✔️Compliment yourself. Every morning before you go on with your daily routine, take a couple of minutes to give yourself a compliment. Whether you compliment your outfit, haircut, or how you recently completed a task using your unique skill sets, giving yourself a little emotional boost will make you happy. ✔️Don’t make excuses. Instead of pointing fingers and making excuses about why you aren't happy or successful in your personal or professional life, own your mistakes and learn from them. ✔️Be helpful. Whether giving up your seat to an elderly person on the subway, assisting a co-worker on a project, or carrying in the groceries when your spouse comes back from the store, being helpful is one of the easiest and most effective ways to practice becoming a better person. I find that the more I help others, the better I feel about myself and everyone around me. Do you? ✔️Always be polite. How much effort does it take to say, "Thank you," or to hold the elevator door open for someone? Not much at all. However, these acts of kindness can make someone's day. TRY IT! - good values success millionairementor

The world is filled with good people, if you can’t find one BE ONE. Life is a journey and becoming better every day is the goal, so here are...

Advice, Food, and Fresh: fireable no longer going to pursue a career! id like to be a rock. thanks whatblackparadise metamorphic or igneous itsmurjana neither, dwayne the Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I figured if anyone else can get some use out of them I may as well share. Two Foods - Compare the nutritional value of two foods. Useful for finding healthier brands or comparing white to wheat to gluten free…things like that. Food52 Hotline - Ask for cooking help and advice from other people even while in the middle of cooking. Also has a stash of recipes. Seasonal Food Guide - What produce is in season right now in your state or when a particular produce will be in season…for those who try to eat organic and fresh. Some produce will have recipes pop up next to them. My Fridge Food - REALLY helpful if you are tight on money and-or can’t make a grocery run, just lazy, or trying something new. Check off things you have in your kitchen and this site searches for recipes you can make with what you’ve got (I’ve personally had to use this site so much). 40 meals in 4 hours, 30 Meals in 3 Hours, 20 Meals in 2 Hours or 7 Meals in 1 Hour - For when you don’t have a whole lot of time every single day to plan meals, but can set aside a few hours in one day to prepare and freeze meals that can later just be tossed into a slow cooker (Slow cookers are life savers! There are sooo many easy, toss-it-together recipes for slow cookers). AllRecipes - My personal favorite site for looking up recipes because they make it easy to search by type of dish, type of diet, by how cheap or quick it is to cook. And recipes can be submitted and reviewed by anyone (so you can find 20 different ways to make a single dish). My Grocery Deals, Broke and Healthy Recipes, and Compare Price - I haven’t really used these three a whole lot so I have no real input other than basically they help during those times in life you have to be really frugal. billsimportantposts
Advice, Food, and Fresh: fireable
 no longer going to pursue a career! id like to be a
 rock. thanks
 whatblackparadise
 metamorphic or igneous
 itsmurjana
 neither, dwayne the
Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I figured if anyone else can get some use out of them I may as well share. Two Foods - Compare the nutritional value of two foods. Useful for finding healthier brands or comparing white to wheat to gluten free…things like that. Food52 Hotline - Ask for cooking help and advice from other people even while in the middle of cooking. Also has a stash of recipes. Seasonal Food Guide - What produce is in season right now in your state or when a particular produce will be in season…for those who try to eat organic and fresh. Some produce will have recipes pop up next to them. My Fridge Food - REALLY helpful if you are tight on money and-or can’t make a grocery run, just lazy, or trying something new. Check off things you have in your kitchen and this site searches for recipes you can make with what you’ve got (I’ve personally had to use this site so much). 40 meals in 4 hours, 30 Meals in 3 Hours, 20 Meals in 2 Hours or 7 Meals in 1 Hour - For when you don’t have a whole lot of time every single day to plan meals, but can set aside a few hours in one day to prepare and freeze meals that can later just be tossed into a slow cooker (Slow cookers are life savers! There are sooo many easy, toss-it-together recipes for slow cookers). AllRecipes - My personal favorite site for looking up recipes because they make it easy to search by type of dish, type of diet, by how cheap or quick it is to cook. And recipes can be submitted and reviewed by anyone (so you can find 20 different ways to make a single dish). My Grocery Deals, Broke and Healthy Recipes, and Compare Price - I haven’t really used these three a whole lot so I have no real input other than basically they help during those times in life you have to be really frugal. billsimportantposts

Some nifty websites for cooking at home These are just a few websites I have under my bookmarks for when I look up recipes and whatnot. I fi...

Andrew Bogut, Community, and McDonalds: McDonald's Manager Who Assisted In the Arrest Of The Tampa Serial Killer Will Receive $110,000 Reward @balleralert RONALD FELTON ANTHONY NAIBOA MONCA HOFFA BENJAMIN MITCHELL McDonald’s Manager Who Assisted In the Arrest Of The Tampa Serial Killer Will Receive $110,000 Reward – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Earlier this week, the man responsible for the Tampa murders was caught thanks to a McDonald’s manager, who handed over a key piece of evidence that connected 24-year-old Howell Donaldson III to the series of murders. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ As a result, Donalda Walker will receive a $110,000 reward for her tip that led to the arrest of the Tampa serial killer. Several organizations have offered rewards, which vary in amounts and Walker will receive “every penny.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Looking back, I am grateful to know I was helpful in assisting law enforcement,” Walker said of her good deed. “I hope you can understand that out of respect for the continuing investigations as well as the victims and their families, I will not be answering questions. But please know I appreciate all the well wishes and the kind words of our community.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to reports, the murders took place between October and November in the city’s Seminole Heights neighborhood. Three of the four murders were committed within 11 days, while the fourth occurred more than a month after the first. After a two-month search, Donaldson, who was an employee at the same McDonald's that Walker managed, arrived at the establishment and gave Walker a McDonald’s bag to hold for safe keeping. Shortly after, Walker turned over the bag, which contained the gun used in the four murders, to the police. She also told officials of Donaldson's plan to leave the state, reports state. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Although Donaldson admitted to owning the gun, he did not confess to the four murders. However, he faces four counts of first-degree murder.
Andrew Bogut, Community, and McDonalds: McDonald's Manager Who Assisted In
 the Arrest Of The Tampa Serial Killer
 Will Receive $110,000 Reward
 @balleralert
 RONALD FELTON ANTHONY NAIBOA MONCA HOFFA BENJAMIN MITCHELL
McDonald’s Manager Who Assisted In the Arrest Of The Tampa Serial Killer Will Receive $110,000 Reward – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Earlier this week, the man responsible for the Tampa murders was caught thanks to a McDonald’s manager, who handed over a key piece of evidence that connected 24-year-old Howell Donaldson III to the series of murders. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ As a result, Donalda Walker will receive a $110,000 reward for her tip that led to the arrest of the Tampa serial killer. Several organizations have offered rewards, which vary in amounts and Walker will receive “every penny.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Looking back, I am grateful to know I was helpful in assisting law enforcement,” Walker said of her good deed. “I hope you can understand that out of respect for the continuing investigations as well as the victims and their families, I will not be answering questions. But please know I appreciate all the well wishes and the kind words of our community.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ According to reports, the murders took place between October and November in the city’s Seminole Heights neighborhood. Three of the four murders were committed within 11 days, while the fourth occurred more than a month after the first. After a two-month search, Donaldson, who was an employee at the same McDonald's that Walker managed, arrived at the establishment and gave Walker a McDonald’s bag to hold for safe keeping. Shortly after, Walker turned over the bag, which contained the gun used in the four murders, to the police. She also told officials of Donaldson's plan to leave the state, reports state. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Although Donaldson admitted to owning the gun, he did not confess to the four murders. However, he faces four counts of first-degree murder.

McDonald’s Manager Who Assisted In the Arrest Of The Tampa Serial Killer Will Receive $110,000 Reward – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀...

Confidence, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR LIFE CAN GO FROM ZERO TO ONE HUNDRED REAL QUICK, AND BACK DOWN TO ZERO SO BE HUMBLE. MILLIONAIRE MENTOR You've heard it all your life: Being humble, kind, and calm is the "right thing to do." But if that isn't enough to convince you, consider this: humility, kindness, and calmness can actually help you get ahead in life. Confidence is key to getting ahead in life. It helps you do better at work, in relationships, and in interviews. Overconfidence, however, can make you seem like a genuine jerk. We all know that one person that thinks they are the strongest, smartest, and just all around best at everything. Truthfully, we all dislike that person to some degree. So, while confidence is essential, it's important to stay humble as well (the two aren't as contradictory as you might think). Think about it before you start hatting on my post. Here are the benefits of being humble: ✔️Calms your soul. Humble people are better able to cope with anxiety about their mortality. Instead of erecting self-defenses against death, humble people tend to find it provides a useful perspective on life and how it should be lived. When it's not all about you, it makes death easier to contemplate. ✔️higher self-control. Having high self-control is one key to a successful life. Oddly, perhaps, studies have found that an obsession with the self can paradoxically lead to lower self-control. The humble, though, because they place less importance on the self, exhibit higher self-control in many situations. Perhaps this is partly due to the fact that humble people tend to know their limits. 🤔 ✔️More helpful. Humble people are, on average, more helpful than people who are conceited or egotistical. Unsurprisingly, humble people have also been found to be more generous. - What’s your opinion on being humble? I would like to know what you think! Leave a comment below.👇👇 - 0to100 humnble success millionairementor
Confidence, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
 LIFE CAN GO FROM ZERO TO ONE
 HUNDRED REAL QUICK, AND BACK
 DOWN TO ZERO SO BE HUMBLE.
 MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
You've heard it all your life: Being humble, kind, and calm is the "right thing to do." But if that isn't enough to convince you, consider this: humility, kindness, and calmness can actually help you get ahead in life. Confidence is key to getting ahead in life. It helps you do better at work, in relationships, and in interviews. Overconfidence, however, can make you seem like a genuine jerk. We all know that one person that thinks they are the strongest, smartest, and just all around best at everything. Truthfully, we all dislike that person to some degree. So, while confidence is essential, it's important to stay humble as well (the two aren't as contradictory as you might think). Think about it before you start hatting on my post. Here are the benefits of being humble: ✔️Calms your soul. Humble people are better able to cope with anxiety about their mortality. Instead of erecting self-defenses against death, humble people tend to find it provides a useful perspective on life and how it should be lived. When it's not all about you, it makes death easier to contemplate. ✔️higher self-control. Having high self-control is one key to a successful life. Oddly, perhaps, studies have found that an obsession with the self can paradoxically lead to lower self-control. The humble, though, because they place less importance on the self, exhibit higher self-control in many situations. Perhaps this is partly due to the fact that humble people tend to know their limits. 🤔 ✔️More helpful. Humble people are, on average, more helpful than people who are conceited or egotistical. Unsurprisingly, humble people have also been found to be more generous. - What’s your opinion on being humble? I would like to know what you think! Leave a comment below.👇👇 - 0to100 humnble success millionairementor

You've heard it all your life: Being humble, kind, and calm is the "right thing to do." But if that isn't enough to convince you, consider t...

Confidence, Life, and Memes: IF IT'S STILL IN YOUR MIND IT IS WORTH TAKING THE RISK @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR As you look back on your life… where do you wished you’d been a little braver, trusted in yourself more, and been less cautious in the chances you took? 🤔 Often we know what it is we want to do, but we still don't do it. Why? We are innately risk averse and afraid of putting our vulnerability on the line. ✔️ Fight the negativity bias. Every decision, including the decision to do nothing, carries some element of risk. Risky behavior is everywhere. Instead of fixating on the consequences of a risk you’ve never attempted, try to evaluate the entire scenario, including any potential hazards. ✔️ Build self-efficacy. “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” A great quote by Ralph Waldo E. (You better know who he is) So the more experiments you make, the better you get at making them. And the more risks you take, the more positive your risk experiences become. If the idea of risk-taking still makes your palms sweat, try to increase your comfort level by taking a small risk before embarking on a bigger one. ✔️Be intelligent with your risks. It’s important to add that building confidence in risk-taking doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll take smart risks. It might be helpful to build in parameters or conditions for each risky decision. 😉 - Guys, I hope my tips are helping you in any way and not just *like* the post and ignore the content, USE IT! - risk action success millionairementor
Confidence, Life, and Memes: IF IT'S STILL IN YOUR MIND
 IT IS WORTH TAKING THE RISK
 @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
As you look back on your life… where do you wished you’d been a little braver, trusted in yourself more, and been less cautious in the chances you took? 🤔 Often we know what it is we want to do, but we still don't do it. Why? We are innately risk averse and afraid of putting our vulnerability on the line. ✔️ Fight the negativity bias. Every decision, including the decision to do nothing, carries some element of risk. Risky behavior is everywhere. Instead of fixating on the consequences of a risk you’ve never attempted, try to evaluate the entire scenario, including any potential hazards. ✔️ Build self-efficacy. “All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” A great quote by Ralph Waldo E. (You better know who he is) So the more experiments you make, the better you get at making them. And the more risks you take, the more positive your risk experiences become. If the idea of risk-taking still makes your palms sweat, try to increase your comfort level by taking a small risk before embarking on a bigger one. ✔️Be intelligent with your risks. It’s important to add that building confidence in risk-taking doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll take smart risks. It might be helpful to build in parameters or conditions for each risky decision. 😉 - Guys, I hope my tips are helping you in any way and not just *like* the post and ignore the content, USE IT! - risk action success millionairementor

As you look back on your life… where do you wished you’d been a little braver, trusted in yourself more, and been less cautious in the chanc...

Beer, Confused, and Drinking: a tripad...r.co.uk SHARE HOTOS REVIEWS If im honest the food is ok ' but only if u drink a couple of their flat pints first. l ordered the steak and i did get a tony piece with the lump of fat i got served I went to the bar to order a pint and never got served until i said 'please' i'm 28 years not 28 months Also my friends got ordered off of the table because the food was finished and they didnt have space for people only drinking when they needed the tables for food. We were ordered to stand at the bar only to be told we were clogging the place up and then told to leave. Im laughing typing this as i am so confused as to how the place was so busy with such terrible, angry staff I asked to speak to the manager who spoke and looked like she lived under a bridge Worst bar in Glasgow. But a cracking bit if u order the steak ul get a cracking bit of fat for the dug when u get home Helpful? 70 trípad..r.co.uk SHARE PHOTOS REVIEWS NEARBY Public Relations Manager at responded to this review Having spoken to our staff and watched CCTV we remember the day well Let's start with the "flat pints", our beer selection is pulled through the taps each morning and checked that it is "tap kwality". On the day you mentioned, we had no other complaints about the beer being flat, in fact, we had compliments. Let's move onto the steak. The steak you were served is the same 6oz sirloin that we use on our main meal “Trash Steak" which is one of our top sellers in The ratio of fat to meat is in favour of the meat and when you say "tony" we assume you mean "tiny". Size is a subjective thing and it is encouraging that you think something of a decent a tripad...r.co.uk SHARE PHOTOS REVIEWS NEARBY that you think something of a decent size points more towards the smaller end of the scale. Furthermore, on the day, your party advised that the food was good and you enjoyed it. Your next point regarding saying the word "please" is an interesting one. It's disappointing that you don't feel you need to be polite when requesting something. If you speak to most people, if not all in hospitality, then indeed the customer service industry, you will find that everyone likes to hear the words please" and "thank you". It's this revolutionary thing called manners and has been around for quite some time You should try it With regards to being ordered off the table, Steak Wednesday is one of our busiest days of the week and we have a very large turn over. We therefore want to make sure as many customers get to a tripad...r.co.uk SHARE HOTOS REVIEWS to make sure as many customers get to experience it as possible!Up until 9pm we like to allocate tables for food first and foremost so that people can enjoy their meal and we have the bar area available for drinkers. To recount what happened, you were not ordered to stand at the bar. It was explained that the table was needed for other customers after you had been dining on it for around 2 hours whichi what we feel it ample time to enjoy a meal. Whilst standing at the bar people in your party started to swear and make inappropriate comments about our staff It was also overheard that one of your party threatened violence towards our duty manager. Whilst we understand that there might be the odd comment from customers if something isn't up to scratch or something has affected service, this is not behaviour we will tolerate. Our staff are NOT here to be threatened or abused. They are here to tolerate. Our staff are NOT here to be threatened or abused. They are here to serve you, be spoken to politely and offer a good service As for you comment on our staff member's appearance Paddy, anyone seeing your comment or reading your review will be able to tell more about you as a person than our manager. Take care A long(ish) but satisfying read. When restaurants call out shitty customers.
Beer, Confused, and Drinking: a tripad...r.co.uk
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 HOTOS
 REVIEWS
 If im honest the food is ok ' but only if u
 drink a couple of their flat pints first.
 l ordered the steak and i did get a tony
 piece with the lump of fat i got served
 I went to the bar to order a pint and never
 got served until i said 'please' i'm 28 years
 not 28 months
 Also my friends got ordered off of the table
 because the food was finished and they
 didnt have space for people only drinking
 when they needed the tables for food. We
 were ordered to stand at the bar only to be
 told we were clogging the place up and
 then told to leave. Im laughing typing this
 as i am so confused as to how the place
 was so busy with such terrible, angry staff
 I asked to speak to the manager who
 spoke and looked like she lived under a
 bridge
 Worst bar in Glasgow. But a cracking bit if u
 order the steak ul get a cracking bit of fat
 for the dug when u get home
 Helpful? 70

 trípad..r.co.uk
 SHARE
 PHOTOS
 REVIEWS
 NEARBY
 Public Relations Manager at
 responded to this review
 Having spoken to our staff and watched
 CCTV we remember the day well
 Let's start with the "flat pints", our beer
 selection is pulled through the taps each
 morning and checked that it is "tap
 kwality". On the day you mentioned, we
 had no other complaints about the beer
 being flat, in fact, we had compliments.
 Let's move onto the steak. The steak
 you were served is the same 6oz sirloin
 that we use on our main meal “Trash
 Steak" which is one of our top sellers in
 The ratio of fat to meat is in favour
 of the meat and when you say "tony" we
 assume you mean "tiny". Size is a
 subjective thing and it is encouraging
 that you think something of a decent

 a tripad...r.co.uk
 SHARE
 PHOTOS
 REVIEWS
 NEARBY
 that you think something of a decent
 size points more towards the smaller
 end of the scale. Furthermore, on the
 day, your party advised that the food
 was good and you enjoyed it.
 Your next point regarding saying the
 word "please" is an interesting one. It's
 disappointing that you don't feel you
 need to be polite when requesting
 something. If you speak to most people,
 if not all in hospitality, then indeed the
 customer service industry, you will find
 that everyone likes to hear the words
 please" and "thank you". It's this
 revolutionary thing called manners and
 has been around for quite some time
 You should try it
 With regards to being ordered off the
 table, Steak Wednesday is one of our
 busiest days of the week and we have a
 very large turn over. We therefore want
 to make sure as many customers get to

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 experience it as possible!Up until 9pm
 we like to allocate tables for food first
 and foremost so that people can enjoy
 their meal and we have the bar area
 available for drinkers.
 To recount what happened, you were
 not ordered to stand at the bar. It was
 explained that the table was needed for
 other customers after you had been
 dining on it for around 2 hours whichi
 what we feel it ample time to enjoy a
 meal. Whilst standing at the bar people
 in your party started to swear and make
 inappropriate comments about our staff
 It was also overheard that one of your
 party threatened violence towards our
 duty manager. Whilst we understand
 that there might be the odd comment
 from customers if something isn't up to
 scratch or something has affected
 service, this is not behaviour we will
 tolerate. Our staff are NOT here to be
 threatened or abused. They are here to

 tolerate. Our staff are NOT here to be
 threatened or abused. They are here to
 serve you, be spoken to politely and
 offer a good service
 As for you comment on our staff
 member's appearance Paddy, anyone
 seeing your comment or reading your
 review will be able to tell more about
 you as a person than our manager.
 Take care
A long(ish) but satisfying read. When restaurants call out shitty customers.

A long(ish) but satisfying read. When restaurants call out shitty customers.