mocking the cutscene right before a level where you keep dying because you’ve heard it so many times
The funniest and most horrible thing just happened right now.
I’m sitting on the second floor of Price Center- there’s a lounge here and this like middle aged man was trying to carry a table by lifting it off the ground and I guess he stumbled or some shit like that but omfg he dropped the table and went head first into it making the loudest fucking noise ever, waking up everyone sleeping and this all occurred right in front of me and I wanted to do nothing but bust my ass laughing but he was there lying down cringing in pain shedding several tears and this older white woman came over to help and I really couldn’t get myself to do anything this is really one long sentence omg im done bye
I’ve done many different kinds of sex work. I’ve been a cam girl, a porn performer, a professional sub, and a performer at a peep show (similar to a stripper). I’ve also been working in retail and food service simultaneously.
I get so frustrated at how I’m treated at work. It really gets to me. I find myself involuntarily crying once I get into my car to drive home. I hate how dehumanizing it is. People don’t acknowledge me as a person. They think I’m less than them because of my job. Maybe they don’t actively think that, but that’s how they treat me. Oh, by the way, I’m talking about the food service job.
When I’m doing sex work I can refuse a customer. I can be rude to them if they are being rude to me. I don’t have to apologize for their mistakes. I don’t have to be sweet when they are being inappropriate. I negotiate my limits, and I only do what I feel comfortable doing. They don’t get to order off the menu, I’m not going to bend over backwards for them.
I find it oppressive to work for minimum wage. I find it oppressive to act like the customer is always right. I find it dehumanizing to apologize for things that aren’t my fault, like how much something costs or if you order something wrong and you want it remade the correct way. I find it dehumanizing to say “Hi! How are you?” and in response get “Yeah I just need a blah blah blah” and then have a customer go back to their cell phone conversation. I hate being reduced to a cash register.