To Beeck's credit, she really didn't get that mad about it, telling WHO-TV:
"At first, I felt really upset, I felt attacked, I almost felt like I was back in middle school all over again, like being bullied. I felt like a burning anger inside of me. But when someone puts hate out there, you know to respond in a hateful way will do no good."
Beeck's employers released a statement standing by the waitress, too:
"We believe that zombie burger is a place that celebrates individuality. We are in 100% support of our staff and we're confident that our customers will be as well. She is an example of a great team member and we are standing by her."
Seriously, someone eating at a place called "Zombie Burger" was expecting "normal"?
Beeck decided to go public with her story for a good cause, too — she wants people to think about kindness and empathy when they see people in their daily lives who may look different:
"I would tell them to not judge someone based on what they look like. I mean, I may look like a weirdo but I'm actually a very nice, decent person. It's the way that I can express myself artistically and it's really important for me that I'm allowed to do that, and it's OK if people don't understand it because it's just who I am."
She seems pretty damn nice to us! And as pink hair aficionados, we think she looks darn skippy!
According to reports out Sunday morning, Angelina Jolie's political ambitions with the United Nations may have caused a rift between her and Brad Pitt, at least based on a source "close to the couple."
TMZ is reporting that Jolie's dream had been to become a top official with the UN -- which makes sense, considering all the charity work and traveling to developing nations that she does -- but that didn't fly at home with Brad.