Get a new job, bro!
A douchey manager at a Del Taco restaurant got caught on video late last week going off on some customers who returned to the drive thru window for the rest of their order — and now he's reportedly looking for a new job!
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The rant, originally posted to Vimeo five days ago, went viral over the weekend — despite the fact that the worker mocked the customers for filming him in the clip, saying no one would ever see it!
The customers even warn him he could lose his job for speaking to people that way, but the manager tells them he doesn't give a f*ck because his dad is the owner.
Ch-ch-check it out as it all goes down in the NSFW vid (below):
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We know there are plenty of vegetarians out there and they aren't just eating bread every meal!
Many newcomers to the lifestyle rely too heavily on carbohydrates in their effort to avoid meat and don't know where to get their protein from.
A FitPerez reader who has recently become a vegetarian wants to avoid eating too many carbs and wrote to The Hot Plate's Amanda Garbutt for help, asking:
I've recently become a vegetarian and most of my meals are carb based. Do you have any recipe ideas for vegetarians that don't involve pasta, pizza or bread? I could really use a change!
According to Amanda:
Absolutely! There is such a myth that because you don’t eat meat the only thing left are carbs! It’s like all of a sudden all the protein disappeared.
Some great recipe ideas are vegetarian chilis with beans and veggie meat to ensure that you are getting tons of lean protein and iron. Other easy tricks start with the perfect sauce. Try picking up some pre-prepared Indian or Thai curry sauces. Make sure to check the label for low fat and sodium content, but they transform any simple dish into a masterpiece. Try sautéing chickpeas, spinach, cherry tomatoes with a Madras curry paste then just pour over a little whole grain rice for a complete meal. It is so important for vegetarians to watch their iron and protein intake!
Want more great recipe ideas from The Hot Plate? Click here to check out their website and follow Amanda on Twitter @TheHotPlate!
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