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Elegant Cakes – 5 Times It Didn't Pay To Be Polite
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5 Times It Didn't Pay To Be Polite

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Some people think common courtesy is dead. To these people I say, “Hey, do you mind? I CAN’T HEAR THIS PHONE CONVERSATION OVER THE MOVIE WHILE YOU’RE SHUSHING ME.”

(Yes, I’m joking.)

(I have exceptionally good hearing.)

 

And bakers, it seems, are especially bewildered by a simple “please” or “thank you:”

Aww, it’s almost sad; the baker missed her own thanking!

 

I say “almost” sad because after you realize how often this happens…

It gets kinda funny.

 

Text reads: “Happy Birthday Melissa! Thank you much.”

 

This “thank you” threw the baker SO badly she tried to cope with random question marks:

Happy Birthday Barbara!?
?Thanks!

You can almost picture her writing this, sobbing, “What does it mean? WHAT DOES IT MEEEEEAAN???”

 

And if you use BOTH “please” and “thank you” there’s a real chance you could do permanent damage to your baker. So please, be responsible. Don’t let this happen:

Then again, that’s no excuse to be rude, either.

And trust me, it doesn’t help anyway:

 

Thanks to Nicole P., Stephanie R., Melissa S., Nathan B., Lindsay W., & J.R. for being so easy to please.

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