Well, It's about damn time someone shone light on the mistreatment of homeless people. I always find myself with an extra spring roll and I'm all like "if only there was a less fortunate person walking around this restaurant that I could give this to". It's a serious problem these days. Homeless people can't even get in to swanky LA spots when they show up in Salvation Army's finest pushing a fucking shopping cart. Just when I thought the world couldn't have anymore problems, the people that constantly beg for change and make you feel uncomfortable can't get a seat at a 5-star restaurant.
Alright so, are we supposed to be outraged because a homeless person can't get a table, or because some one who looks homeless can't get a table? They are both equally as stupid, but at least give me a legitimate cause here. Gee, I wonder why a restaurant would not want someone that shows up with dirt on their face to eat at their dining establishment. Pretty simple explanation here. If you can't afford a clean shirt or a motor vehicle you probably can't afford a $30 lobster tail. Shit, even if the person that this guy is pretending to be could afford lunch there, it's probably a pretty shitty investment. Consider it a favor that a restaurant won't let you waste 100% of your money on one lunch. How about you go hit the dollar menu and save up for a bicycle? How about you grab yourself a bottle of water and wash your face off? You know what's pretty good way to get turned down from eating at a restaurant? Show up looking like you can't afford to eat there and asking "can I eat here?". You know why? Because normal fucking people never ask that. It's pretty much an unspoken agreement that a restaurant does have food for you if you have the means to pay for it. Even when you asked that question as you the guy was like "uhhh, yeah sure dude. You can eat here. We are a restaurant after all."
Hey Josh, want to make a difference? How about you sell a rim and buy a homeless person lunch. How about you return that bastardly haircut and cloth a homeless person. Ehh, never mind. Making people aware of a problem (that isn't really a problem at all), is way easier than being part of the solution. Let me ask you a question Josh. If looking like you have money shouldn't matter, why the fuck are you dressed in all white driving a Ferrari?