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Guess the Name of the Restaurant Who Described Customer’s Kids as “F – - – ing Needy”

Have restaurant receipts become the newest source of outrage in America?

It sure seems like it, especially with this latest gem.

A St. Louis, Mo man took his boys to a sports bar on Father’s Day for some father/son bonding and hot wings.

Since it was an adult establishment, there wasn’t a kid’s menu and the waitress had to manually enter the youngster’s request for one chicken leg by hand.

When the man received the check for his meal, he noticed that the server left a not-so complimentary comment about the boys whom she described on the ticket as “FUCKING NEEDY KIDS”.

The kicker?  The restaurant that the man patronized is named “Friendly’s.”

friendly's receipt

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