THIS IS FOR ALL THE LOVELY PEOPLES WITH BURNING QUESTIONS REGARDING THE $8 FOR $4 KOGI VOUCHERS. The semi-pseudo 2-for-1 coupon. I say semi-pseudo, because y’all still get $4 off whether you spend $8 or $20.
AND FOR THE PEOPLES WHO HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT, PLEASE SCROLL THROUGH THE FINE PRINT TO GET TO THE FUN PART OF THE POST.
So, as I was saying, I just wanted to offer a few clarifications regarding the Google offers — which seemed simple enough when we decided to go for it, but I guess there have been some confusion…
(CLEARED UP IN RECENT POST) ;–__–
Dude, I’m totally an old fogey (as evidenced by my impending birthday, and the fact that I am much more dangerously close to 30 than I am to 25), so it’s only been about a month since I’ve figured out what those “pin it!” buttons mean that have been popping up all over the place.
YES, Kogibbq and EatChego now have Pinterest accounts. No, I haven’t populated them with super inneresting things yet, though I do think that they will aid me in having an area of creative focus for my insanely tangential mind. The funny thing is that evidently both accounts have followers, though, sadly, I’ve yet to put anything up.
In other words, THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNSOLICITED SUPPORT! I VERY MUCH APPRECIATE IT — whilst at the same time burdening myself with the embarrassment of having done nothing to earn this support just quite yet.
Anyway, I’m super new at it, so I have no idea if there’s a code of etiquette for Pinterest yet, like the unspoken rules Emily Post in regards to emails, blogs, Twitter, FB and even Tumblr. So if anyone has a clue, feel free to clue me in, so that I can be somewhat wary or mindful of them, even as I’m breaking them.
Lord knows, I’m probably breaking them RIGHT NOW.
But from the little I know about Pinterest, it seems like the perfect outlet for all the strange and wonderful things I find when working behind the register at Chego.
::handlebar mustache:: THINGS I FOUND…hmmmm…PINteresting. ::adjusts mustache:: (in other words: things I shall pin once I figure out how to use Pinterest. uf!)
I’ve gotta say, the ladies really nail it in the style department at Chego. The dudes don’t do too bad neither, but it’s the women who really kind of got the outerwear nailed in the creativity department.
Where the men shine, however, are with their gadgets and gizmos aplenty, and most especially their wallets. I’ll see if I can snap a few quick ones tonight while I work the counter so y’all can see what I mean.
But that’s about all I’ve got for the gentlemen this week.
BEE TEE DUBS, I want to issue a warning regarding BOMBARSE COUNTERFEIT $100 BILLS!!! Even if you mark them with a special marker, they will be a bit difficult to detect.
Case in point:
play a game
Cuz, I KNOW,
does the actual 100-bill
have a purple stamp
or was that
to throw people off?
OKAY, ready to see?
IT WAS THE BOTTOM ONE. If you look closely, it’s slightly smaller than the top bill, though it’s made from the same paper.
Yes. What makes it so successful as a counterfeit is that it’s actual $5 bill to begin with. And I’m gonna go out on a limb here, but I’m guessing the counterfeiters bleached out actual $5 bills and printed over them. So if you’re super busy and just checking for a FACE on the bill, or just marking it real quick with a marker, it’s easy to miss.
And remember. REAL BENJAMINS HAVE PURPLE SEALS ON THEM.
I’m not even mad at the customer, because I think that even SHE was unaware that she was holding a fake. In any case, I just wanted to give a head’s up to folks out there, especially to those who run small mom-and-pop businesses.
And now that the real Slim Shady has been propped up for all to see, y’all can return to your regularly scheduled programming.
Love, tacos and rice bowls,
P.S. Other funny money I saw this weeeeeeeeeeeek.
P.P.S. Chego ONLINE ORDERING IS UP! And yes, there is a $2.50 convenience fee for wrapping orders under $50.