|Apology accepted, slore!|
Suddenly the world stops turning and I realize something that for some reason hadn't crossed my mind before, while I often use the name Cara, not once has anyone questioned why the name on my card says something else entirely. Not one time. Now I realize I was spending less than ten dollars, but that's not the point. The point is that credit card fraud is easy as shit because people are inattentive or - more probably - don't give a damn. My fake name is entirely offended.
In my experience at the "Restaurant Which Shall Not Be Named," I ALWAYS ask for ID with a card. I don't care if you spend two bucks or two-hundred, it's still illegal if you're using a card that doesn't belong to you. It's part of my job to check these things. Yes, it's a pain in the ass sometimes, but you'd be surprised how many people appreciate that bit of extra thought. It makes you look like a good server to ask simple questions like that, people. Hell, it makes you look like a good person. And good people get tipped more. Hopefully.
So next time you run into a Cara, ask for some ID because she could actually be some crazy, bloggin, Dutch chick out to catch you sucking at life. You've been warned.
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