Ray Lytle

Is anyone really shocked by this

Thanks to social media we consumers are finding out what we always thought was true is actually true. Young kids can be jerks.

The latest example came from a Taco Bell Restaurant and an employee who thought it was a good idea to do this

ImageHe thought it was a good idea to take the taco shells that the taco shells from the taco bell he works at and lick them. He also thought it was a good idea to post it on Facebook.

Kids have always done stupid things. Thats part of being a kid. We have always wondered what goes on in the back of fast food restaurants. To be honest I probably would feel better off not getting confirmation of what I’ve always feared. I dont doubt that kids do stupid stuff like lick taco shells in front of coworkers all the time. What troubles me is that these kids are so particularly stupid they thought it was a good idea to take a picture of it and put it on facebook.

Lets face it. Taco Bell is gonna have to investigate and then terminate the kid. Then they are going to have to create some new rules that everyone with common sense already knows. Then of course they are going to make major changes to the way they treat employees making it rougher for all the kids who work there. Even the good ones who don’t think its funny to lick taco shells.

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