“Do you seriously smell your locker?!”
Fast Food Tragedy
My future smelled as stale as cold fries and old salsa.
I stopped by Koala Gelato to ask about my application—
for the seventh time.
First, I spent $4.16 on a medium-sized scoop of coconut breeze.
Then the manager told me they had no openings.
Actually, he asked me to repeat my name, then glanced at a note on my application.
Then he told me that they had no openings.
As if to say that they might have had an opening if I were someone else.
I couldn't accept defeat.
This was my dream!
Everybody’s first job had to be food service.
It was like a rite of passage.
But Koala Gelato made the food court look stylish and cool.
The teen employees there acted like they had already started careers and just did school on the side.
One day, I planned to be an engineer or an architect.
But for now, I was going to work at Koala Gelato.
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