I worked there almost every day in the summer, with one other person working with me. I became really good friends with the people I worked in the trailer with, because we would spend nine hours a day locked inside a food truck together, so we got to know each other pretty well. When i was at Flannagans it didn’t even feel like work because I had so much fun. We were not very busy, which led to my manager having to shut it down, but while it was open, it was a blast. I would just sit in there, watching people play volleyball right in front of us. Then i could just open the back door and watch people swim and drink in the pool bar. Since me and my friend Brian worked there so much, the workers at Flannagans and usual customers there would get to know us, and we all became pretty good friends. I would be leaning over the trailer, and workers would just come give me random high fives. Another reason I loved the trailer was because since people got alcohol there, they would give pretty good tips once they've had a couple. We would see a lot of interesting things there, have had some crazy situations, and saw some things I probably shouldn’t write about in this paper. We have had customers try to slip us beer, but we would politely refuse. One time we had this guy try and walk in the trailer because he thought the girl I was working with was cute, but thankfully he came to his senses and walked out when we asked him to leave. We would have a lot of people tip more then the amount there food was worth, which made me extremely happy. The food truck was amazing, and I made memories there that will last a lifetime.
2. I chose to do lyrics to one of my favorite songs,The Last to Say, by Atmosphere. I love this song so much, and the lyrics in it are so deep. It's a really sad song about abuse, but the way Atmosphere tells the story is really poetic, and definitely worth a listen!
Here is a picture of Atmosphere
Here is a picture of the place I talked about in my writing, Flannagan's.