The app life is putting every day customers in contact with such a wide range of workers; people who will carry you food in their cars if you pay them the delivery surcharge. Thank you, Uber Eats, for making us all so accessible to each other. It leads to conversations like this one between twitter user Jocelyn Gladwin and some guy delivering her salad:
This man seems very confused, and also mad at salad. Yet, she's expected to tip and rate him.
So, what should she rate?
There are some consequences to posting the number of a volatile Uber driver online:
She denies some of these accusations:
There are people saying the entire exchange is fake:
But most are wondering if she ate the salad:
That piss would probably be a good salad dressing, nice and tangy— Zac Zito (@ZacZito) March 28, 2018
i’ve thought about this a lot and i’m honestly really sad he doesn’t respect the little salad shop— Maina Carey (@mainacarey) March 29, 2018
Some offered some recommendations for what she should do in response:
I cannot tell you how many times I tried to write 10 in all caps before I realized numbers can’t be capitalized— bry marie 🌻 (@bry_ruggiero) March 30, 2018
All I'll say is, if this guy is real, I would definitely not want him touching my salad.