Everyone has come across teenagers with attitude, trying to push the limits to see how far they can take it before anyone stops them.
But being mean to older people isn’t just rude, it can also invite unintended responses from people who are much wiser than them.
The story, told by a dad who meets some teenage girls in a parking lot, has been making the rounds for a while, and I’m not sure if it’s really true. But either way, it makes a point we should never forget: karma never fails!
“I took the family out to eat at AppleBees. The lot was full and I saw a customer come out to leave, so I waited for him to pull out and take the spot.
Guy pulls out and a car full of young girls just pull in to my spot.
You know the type. Well I rolled down my window and told them I was waiting for that space and the driver says, ‘Too bad, your name wasn’t on it.’
I was livid but just waited for another space and went in and ate.
Girls were at the bar doing shots getting wasted. We enjoyed our meal and paid the waiter.
I then asked the waiter if he wanted to make $20. I asked him to go up to the girls 10 min after we left, and tell them they got a call from someone that said that they had keyed their car and that they should have parked somewhere else.
I DID NOT KEY THE CAR.
I called him about an hour later to ask how it went. He said they all went nuts, screaming and even called the police.
BONUS: Cops came and found no damage to car but noticed the girls were too damaged to drive. Cops left and circled back and watched the car. Girls come out, get in car, start the car, and the parking lot explodes in blue light. Busted! DUIs and PDs (Public Drunkenness) for all.
I did not know about the bonus till a week later when I went back for a few beers. The waiter recognized me and told me the bonus story, laughing the whole time. Another $20 to the waiter. Best $40 I ever spent.”
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