It’s was a perfectly warm Saturday morning when Columbus man Rick Smith decided he was going to venture out of his luxury high-rise apartment and snag a few pastries from popular coffeehouse and bakery, Fox In The Snow. It was to his dismay when he arrived at 9:17 a.m. (“not even that late,” as described) to a line out the door.
“It’s truly outrageous,” he wrote on his blog that no one reads. “Why are all these people so infatuated with delicious and high-quality baked goods served with a happy face? It pisses me off!”
As Smith described the scene, he mentioned one Instagram influencer who arrived and didn’t even eat the food.
“They just took a picture of it,” Smith typed, clearly confused.
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Another patron held up the line with an insane order that almost sent Smith over the edge. According to the angered man, the customer ordered not two, but three, different orders that were each paid for separately. Of those three payments, two were in cash and required an “excessive” amount of change.
“The audacity of the people in this city blows my mind,” he wrote.
Eventually, Smith got to the front of the line. Since he was such an asshole, Fox In The Snow Bouncers escorted him to the nearest Burger King.
“The King has better croissants anyway,” he shouted as he was drug out the door.