Filed By Bil Browning | October 18, 2011 8:00 AM | comments
Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Asian Americans, Chinese food delivery, delivery guy, racist remarks
He's not racist. Okay. Maybe he is.
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Yeah, well, the deck is stacked against the "racist" fellow in this one. If I were running a business I wouldn't want that delivery guy anywhere near my customers.
You answer the door when you aren't expecting someone and you see a scowling guy without the tiniest bit of company I.D. (logo hat or shirt), he holds up a generic white bag (again with no I.D. visible) with a shrug of his shoulders and says not a word (like, "Hi, I'm from XYZ Subs with your order"). No smile, no introduction, no explanation, no nothing. And he gets a tip? Here's a tip: get your act together or you'll be misunderstood for all sorts of stereotypical reasons.
But here's what really caught my eye: The pink robe on the "cousin." Interesting.