So I worked my first job in San Diego last weekend.
Get this, I sold, of all things, SAUSAGES at the Chargers preseason game!
If you know anything about this land of wangs, are thinking the same thing I was when I heard which booth I would be working at.
"Sausage, here? In Man Diego?"
I hustled Italian Sausages, imported from Boston, from 2:30 in the afternoon 'til 11 at night.
"Hot Dogs, CHEESESTEAKS, chicken, beef tips, SAUSAGE!"
I bellowed from my station, directly in front of the serving windows and even into the pedestrian walkway to make a sale.
This way I could hustle some $10 sausage sandwiches before people even knew what hit 'em.
What can I say, it was fun.
One lady got pissed when she found out a sandwich was $10 and a 20 oz bottle of soda was $5.25. I was definitely happy I didn't have to pay those prices, but what do you expect at a football game??
Sourpuss looked up at me and scowled "$10 for a sandwich? Oh, that's outrageous."
I took one look back at her scowling sourpuss and couldn't help it, this woman was a shrew.
"Well 'maam, I wouldn't breathe too deep if I were you. You should see our prices for hot air."