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I had to throw my own mother-in-law out of my restaurant because of comments she made about me regarding me divorcing my wife. And I had to yell at one of my own staff members

Posted Oct 15, 2019 19:45 by anonymous
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  • Commented Apr 29, 2020 22:22 by anonymous

    Should have fired the guy

  • Commented Mar 4, 2021 03:42 by Idlewyld

    You didn't have to throw her out. Apparently you had to throw the woman you promised to love forever out of your life, because you like putting your thermometer in company sauce. You need therapy. You sound like an incompetent chef, an entitled lover, a lousy husband, and a bad son. You set a poor example for your staff and your son.

    Funny how in a very long anonymous post, you decided not to send those yummy morsels of what you actually did out here. Could it be you feel ashamed of your behaviors? Hmmmm

    Go back and read what you wrote, pretend it was not you who wrote it. You said, "it didn't concern her." Really? It concerned her so much, she came and yelled at you in your job. She sounds very concerned to me. You wrecked her daughter's life. You hurt your own son, her young grandson. And what exactly was the nature of your relationship with the antagonistic worker? What did you do to spark that brushfire, Chef?

    Let me guess: Now you regret losing your wife, your family, and your son won't talk to you. Your restaurant shut down. No one who worked there keeps in touch. You know why?


  • Commented Mar 4, 2021 03:46 by Idlewyld

    “Should have fired the guy”

    He never said it was a guy. He said a chef. Probable a chef he had an affair with.

    He also said it was his restaurant, then admitted he did not own it.

  • Commented Mar 4, 2021 03:47 by anonymous

    “Should have fired the guy”

    He can't . He's not the owner. And could find he's the one in the shit.

  • Commented Mar 4, 2021 03:49 by Idlewyld

    Chef, you couldn't even anonymously say WHAT you were accused of doing!! That is very interesting.

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