Vending Violence

Something a little lighter from the inbox than the last post to keep you from getting too depressed…

Happy Holiday’s Fellow WORKidians,
Due to increasingly violent instances of assault and battery upon our vending machine, we will no longer be able to include bags of chips as snack option. Rocking the machine to loosen your item is one thing; slamming it into the wall only functions as an indication that you might need some anger management therapy.

To mitigate any inconvenience caused by stuck items and to hopefully prevent any future vending violence; the following policy is now in effect: Any vending customer whose purchase gets stuck in the machine shall receive their purchased item and one additional item of their choice (provided it is a currently available item and is in stock). Thank You all.

This is good news for me since the one item I occasionally buy tends to get stuck often. usually a slight wiggle helps it drop free but no more. Now I shall hope for a stuck snickers bar in the hopes of getting a free pop tart too. Come on big money, no whammies!

3 thoughts on “Vending Violence

      1. The ones at work tend to eat your money (pop). Or have goods that have been out in the sun too long (chocolate!).

        I buy stuff from the shelves instead.

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