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blessed

United States

#1 Aug 10, 2012
Ok so I was reading the thread about greers ferry sonic. A bunch of negative stuff on there, and although there may be a bunch of different opinions of the people that work there, I just wanted to point out that there are actually some really nice girls that work there :)!. I have been making sonic a "must" during the week. The car hops that work during the day are (for the most part) always really friendly! The car hop that is always the one working when I stop through in the morning is so nice! can never remember the girls name though :(. She has brown hair, real petite, and is always smiling and is so pretty! So if you are reading this girl keep it up! If you have a boyfriend please make sure he knows how lucky he is!!!
nice

United States

#2 Aug 11, 2012
I think that was an old thread you read. Sonic has some good car hops these days
theferryprincess

United States

#3 Aug 11, 2012
blessed wrote:
Ok so I was reading the thread about greers ferry sonic. A bunch of negative stuff on there, and although there may be a bunch of different opinions of the people that work there, I just wanted to point out that there are actually some really nice girls that work there :)!. I have been making sonic a "must" during the week. The car hops that work during the day are (for the most part) always really friendly! The car hop that is always the one working when I stop through in the morning is so nice! can never remember the girls name though :(. She has brown hair, real petite, and is always smiling and is so pretty! So if you are reading this girl keep it up! If you have a boyfriend please make sure he knows how lucky he is!!!
I think her name is Brittany. Friendliest one there!!!
AshleyGuynes29

United States

#4 Aug 11, 2012
theferryprincess wrote:
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I think her name is Brittany. Friendliest one there!!!
Definitely sounds like Britt! She's the best carhop in the history of carhops! ;) Britt-if you're reading this, you're the bomb.com !:)
britt

Haslet, TX

#5 Aug 11, 2012
Awww thanks y'all :)). That's so nice of y'all to say! I try hard to be friendly lol. Needless to say of course some people make it hard haha but for the most part I love my job and my customers :)
anon

United States

#6 Aug 15, 2012
She seems like one of the only ones who has her head on straight up there. All the other girls all have 3 babies by 3 different guys and none are even married. Needless to say they're rude bitches.
dani

United States

#7 Aug 16, 2012
Ok lol
ditto

Haslet, TX

#8 Aug 16, 2012
anon wrote:
She seems like one of the only ones who has her head on straight up there. All the other girls all have 3 babies by 3 different guys and none are even married. Needless to say they're rude bitches.
Agreed. They look like work is the last place they want to be. A bunch of them look like they're pissed off at the world most of the time. And as far as the baby thing goes...I mean really? You are a mother...and you work at sonic? I wouldn't want my kid growing up knowing my mom was a waitress for a living. If you're a teenager and its your job through school and over the summer that's one thing. But as a career? No. If I ever have kids I would do whatever it takes to make sure they are able to live the lives they deserve...If you are capable of being a mother, than you should be capable of more than Sonic. Being a mom is the hardest job there is. If you can do that, you can do anything.
that was rude.

United States

#9 Aug 17, 2012
I know a few mothers who work at that sonic who work their ass off. It's not a bad job. And some of them make good money doing what they do. I would never think bad about someone or look down on them bc they're a mother and work at sonic. At least they have a job. There are a ton of women living off of the government to take care of their kids. Which would you prefer they do? Is sonic the ideal job? No. Is it something that some people enjoy? Yes. Stop looking down on someone because they are providing for their family.
momaknows
#10 Aug 17, 2012
[QUOTE who="that was rude. "]I know a few mothers who work at that sonic who work their ass off. It's not a bad job. And some of them make good money doing what they do. I would never think bad about someone or look down on them bc they're a mother and work at sonic. At least they have a job. There are a ton of women living off of the government to take care of their kids. Which would you prefer they do? Is sonic the ideal job? No. Is it something that some people enjoy? Yes. Stop looking down on someone because they are providing for their family.[/QUOTE]

Dang straight! I second that!
britt
#11 Aug 17, 2012
I work with several girls at sonic who are mommas. And if you ever think for one second that just because they work at sonic means they love their kids any less you are sorely mistaken. Those girls can work at sonic, at the white house, or pick up trash on the side of the road for a living but it doesn't change the fact that their kids come first. Your job title shouldn't define you as a mother. As long as your family is being provided for, who cares what kind of job it is you do. Besides, those kids will love their mommas regardless of how they make their money. So before you be so quick to judge, take a walk in someone else's shoes for a day. We all do what we have to do to make it. Just because its not the way you would do things doesn't make it wrong. It just makes it different from you.
CockMongler
#12 Aug 17, 2012
Maybe they should keep their legs closed and none of this would even be an issue?
that was rude.

United States

#13 Aug 17, 2012
CockMongler wrote:
Maybe they should keep their legs closed and none of this would even be an issue?
How does that even matter? If someone wants to bear children it has nothing to do with you at all. So leave it alone.
theres a difference

United States

#14 Aug 17, 2012
There's a big difference in "wanting to bear children" and getting knocked up by accident. Not even in the same ball park. If you are planning on being a parent ok. But getting knocked up by a dead beat and bringing a child into the world that was unexpected is considered a burden to many.
that was rude.

United States

#15 Aug 17, 2012
theres a difference wrote:
There's a big difference in "wanting to bear children" and getting knocked up by accident. Not even in the same ball park. If you are planning on being a parent ok. But getting knocked up by a dead beat and bringing a child into the world that was unexpected is considered a burden to many.
It's only a burden to you if you choose to allow it to be a burden to you. You are not required to help an 'unplanned mother'. You can choose to step back and not help. If you feel like its a burden to you then you either don't care as much for the person or you're mad at yourself for not stepping back when you know you should. Again it's your choice, just like they chose to have sex knowing it could result in a pregnancy.
theres a difference

United States

#16 Aug 17, 2012
Listen its not MY responsibility to help people who get themselves into those situations. That's THEIR responsibility. Just like it should be their responsibility to take preventative measures to make sure pregnancy isn't an option. And those who think they are entitled to other peoples help are the same ones who mooch off the government and don't do Jack but sit around and draw a check. So i guess in all actuality the people who do work hard and try their damndest to make ends meet are the ones paying for their mistakes anyway.
that was rude.

United States

#17 Aug 17, 2012
theres a difference wrote:
Listen its not MY responsibility to help people who get themselves into those situations. That's THEIR responsibility. Just like it should be their responsibility to take preventative measures to make sure pregnancy isn't an option. And those who think they are entitled to other peoples help are the same ones who mooch off the government and don't do Jack but sit around and draw a check. So i guess in all actuality the people who do work hard and try their damndest to make ends meet are the ones paying for their mistakes anyway.
First let me make it clear that no child, I repeat, no child is a mistake. Unplanned, maybe, but not a mistake. And it's wrong to say that. How would you feel if you were told you were a mistake? Probably not good. I agree that some people are unfit parents. Obviously you realize it's not your responsibility to get involved so why are you ranting about it. That doesn't make sense.
theres a difference

Haslet, TX

#18 Aug 17, 2012
Well when people who don't know anything about me try to tell me I should be helping people who more than likely don't want or need it I tend to defend myself. If you feel that all the girls hoeing around this town getting knocked up left and right need help than YOU my friend are more than welcome to help. But you will never convince me that its my place to do so. If they can't take care of themselves or the children they bring into this world than maybe they should consider that before jumping in bed with the first guy that says let's go. And fyi, I am a product of rape. I was a mistake in the most literal form. But I don't let it be a stigma or let that justify anything I say or do because my mother raised me on her own without a hand from anybody. She raised me the same way. To be independent and RESPONSIBLE for my own actions. Nuff said.
that was rude.

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#19 Aug 17, 2012
theres a difference wrote:
Well when people who don't know anything about me try to tell me I should be helping people who more than likely don't want or need it I tend to defend myself. If you feel that all the girls hoeing around this town getting knocked up left and right need help than YOU my friend are more than welcome to help. But you will never convince me that its my place to do so. If they can't take care of themselves or the children they bring into this world than maybe they should consider that before jumping in bed with the first guy that says let's go. And fyi, I am a product of rape. I was a mistake in the most literal form. But I don't let it be a stigma or let that justify anything I say or do because my mother raised me on her own without a hand from anybody. She raised me the same way. To be independent and RESPONSIBLE for my own actions. Nuff said.
I never said you should be helping so I don't understand why you feel the need to defend yourself. You're right, I know nothing about you, same as you know nothing about me. And for the record the man who raped your mother made a mistake. I reiterate that you were not a mistake. If you were, your mother would have made a different decision(not keep you). I'm not trying to upset you or argue. But just because someone has a child outside of wedlock doesn't mean they are 'hoeing' around. I think it shows how strong you and your mother are to be able to live through something like that. But it doesn't give anyone the reason to look down on someone else because of the choices they make. Everyone makes bad choices. Including myself, including you. We just make different 'bad choices' than they do.
theres a difference

Haslet, TX

#20 Aug 17, 2012
Thank you, yes it was hard. And were/are some days when it feels like the world as we know it will fall in around us. I'm now 26, married and very happy. No children (yet) but am hopeful. My husband and I have been trying for the past 2 years to have a baby but with no luck. I think think this is why I feel so strongly about this topic. Because there is quite honestly not a thing in this world that I wouldn't give to have the chance to be a mother. And it rips my heart out when I see other "moms" who like I said before seem to rely on other people to raise their kids. When in reality they don't seem to appreciate the beauty of being a parent. And how incredibly blessed they are to have that chance. I guess all I'm really trying to say is those who are lucky enough to be given the chance to be the mother/father of any child shouldn't take that for granted. But all too often that seems to be the case. And I can't help but to feel a little jealous and bitter because its literally the one I want that we cannot achieve. Sucks :(

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