Quoting Red Bottom:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:</b>" Dude had a large smurfing meal ... [snip!] ... was hungry and was correct. Sounds like you left out that you went to sears, so apparently he did need to check the account."
Actually, no, I told him yesterday AND when I got his check that I was going there, and he even admitted when I brought it up that he forgot. And while he does have some serious memory issues, I shouldn't have to remind him 6 times in an hour that I need to stop somewhere. Especially when I have no idea if he remembers or not, and if I text him about that too much he'll bitch.
He got to work at 9. I got there an couple of hours later. He said he wasn't hungry yet, and to take my time. I asked 5 times if he was sure, he said he was. Again, when he doesn't text me to ask or say he's hungry now, then I have no clue he's suddenly gotten hungry and wants his meal pronto. If he had asked, again, I would have taken it to him.
And his 'working' has been a couple of oil changes and a lot of sitting and playing on his new phone. He hasn't been running all over hell and creation, he's had a slow day.
ETA: And I'm pretty sure 5 hours is NOT 6 hours. Especially since he ate at home and took himself a meal to eat at work. I've asked him to bring me lunch when I was at school all day before, and he was off, and all I got was an 'I'm too busy.' But I guess call of duty is a necessity, especially when I need to be on campus and hadn't eaten all day.