Social Anxiety Robot Visits Panera: Day 2
>Plan every detail of my visit
>Will order a cinnamon crunch bagel with butter. Slight anxiety because I don't know if they charge extra for butter like they do for cream cheese.
>Will also order cup of coffee. I have a free cup of coffee on my reward card
>Arrive at Panera at same time as yesterday, 20 minutes after opening
>Same QT cashier as yesterday
>Asks me how I'm doing like I am a regular
>Kept my cool "Pretty good... how about you?"
>no idea what she said... just started placing order
>Get food and coffee
>Go to my table in the back where nobody can see whats on my laptop screen
>Drink coffee and eat bagel
>Take out laptop
>No wifi network found
>This is a problem because I budgeted an hour for this trip so I would not have to interact with my parents at home before they leave for work
>Anxiety too strong to ask QT cashier if she can check on wifi
>Pretend to browse internet looking at cached pages for an hour
I need to take a day or two off after this experience. I don't QT cashier to think I'm a regular.
I'll say it again, like I told you the other day. STOP ACTING LIKE EATING A FUCKING PANERA BREAD ALONE IS WEIRD. THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE WHO GO TO PANERA BREAD GO THERE ALONE SO THEY CAN DO WORK ON THEIR COMPUTERS. FUCK OFF DUDE NO ONE GAVE A SHIT ABOUT THIS WHEN YOU POSTED IT IN THE EATING ALONE THREAD THE OTHER DAY, SO NO ONE GIVES A SHIT NOW.
YESTERDAY HE POSTED THAT EATING ALONE AT PANERA IS CONSIDERED WEIRD. HE'S ACTING LIKE HE'S SOME SORT OF GODDAMNED HERO FOR BEING ALONE AT A COFFEE HOUSE. HE'S NOT. THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE EAT ALONE AT COFFEE HOUSES. HE NEEDS TO FUCK OF WITH HIS HERO COMPLEX AND SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT.
Good job m8. Tip: try to avoid planning things as much as possible. It's okay to say nothing to a cashier too. Or just say "great thanks" rather than ask a question.
fuck off normie. He's a hero to me. I couldn't do what he did.
>>OFFERS TIPS TO IMPROVE HIS NEXT EXPERIENCE
>SURE YOU COULDN'T YOU FUCKING ASSWIPE.
1. I've studied normies from a distance, I know how it works, even if I can't do it myself.
2. I can actually say "okay thanks" to a cashier, but I couldn't manage to stay in a coffee shop and browse my laptop. At best I can buy fast food if the shop is empty and I can walk out immediately.
I think next time QT cashier asks how I am I will respond "I didn't sleep good last night, you?"
I have a theory that exchanging negative pleasantries forms a stronger bond as they are perceived as more honest than a generic "pretty good thanks".