You wait an hour for shitty Chinese food; wait for your weed. I’ve seen saggy boxer shorts, boobs, breast-feeding mothers. If your door guy is problematic, make sure you tell him you are expecting a visitor. If you live with people and you go out before I arrive, tell someone.
It’s the worst when roommates or even kids or partners are like, “Who the fuck are you?” 7. I often serve college kids who are clearly using their parents’ money and they call every day. Have a little self-control or just buy it all from me at once. I have relationships with a few clients, but you need to keep a distance. They usually ignore me if they see me on the street, or they look at me as if they just saw a zoo animal. I have definitely had weird interactions with dudes (I would never hook up with a customer), but I don’t like interacting with men in New York period. In general tipping is not expected, but if I have walked on foot through the snow, it’s the polite thing to do. It was hard because there was hardly any cell-phone coverage or transport, and many customers didn’t even tip! If your partner doesn’t know you smoke, get a new partner. I had one guy who tried to get me to hide behind a Dumpster because he had his kids with him and he was involved in a custody battle.
I’ve seen a woman bust open her daughter’s piggy bank to get cash to pay me. You can’t tell me you don’t like the selection I have to offer. When you send your initial text for us to come over, be cool. Just say “Can you come hang?” or “Can you come by?” Don’t use the words weed, pot, or marijuana, and don’t ask if I am a cop. It’s nice to offer food or a drink, but not necessary. This happens a lot, I guess because stoners like to eat. I will always use it when offered and I hate to ask. Once I was angry because the customer was late, wasted, and lippy, so I stole their elite pearl deluxe tampons when I used the restroom. I once visited a guy in Soho who had the most sterile, creepy apartment. He proudly informed me that he has cameras everywhere. Randy's Black Label Cleaner recalled due to lack of bilingual labelling and hazard information. Issue: The product lacks Canadian bilingual labelling and hazard information. What to do: Consumers should immediately stop using the product and return to place of purchase to obtain an updated label. This voluntary recall involves Randy's Black Label Cleaner which is used on glass, metal and ceramic surfaces. The bottle is silver with a black and silver label. UPC 648658016402 can be found on the back of the label. The recalled product may also be identified by a label in English only. If the label is in both English and French, then it is not a part of the recall.В. The recalled products do not meet the labelling requirements for consumer chemical products required by the Consumer Chemical Containers Regulations, 2001 under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act. The lack of labelling information could result in unintentional exposure to the product and lead to serious illness, injury or death. As of January 20, 2020, the company has received no reports of incidents or injury in Canada. Approximately 12,000 units of the affected product were sold in Canada. The affected products were sold from February 2018 to March 2019. Images (select thumbnail to enlarge - opens in a new window) What you should do. Consumers should immediately stop using the product and return to place of purchase to obtain an updated label.
The label is self-adhesive and may be placed over the non-compliant label. For more information, consumers may contact Randy's SNT, Ltd. at (419) 491-0193, Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m. EST, by email or by visiting the company's website.
Please note that the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act prohibits recalled products that pose a danger to human health or safety from being redistributed, sold or even given away in Canada.