A Jamba worker recently admitted to drinking leftovers left in her blender after pouring a customer’s smoothie. I warned her that she might
in a short videoChris (@kristensimone_) turned the blender pitcher upside down and poured himself a small cup while wearing a jumba apron. As of Tuesday morning, her video has surpassed her 2.7 million views.
“You work at Jamba and have extra smoothies after pouring them into the blender. [the] Customers,” she wrote via a text overlay.
@Kristen Simone_ 😭 I swear I slurp like different things all day at work 🤣 #comedy #fyp #jumba #peanut butter mood #interesting # relevant #jumba juice employee #foryoupageofficiall ♬ Original Sound – Chris ✨17
The clip ended with Chris dipping a spoon into the cup, implying she was going to indulge herself. I have captioned the video.
Of course, when it comes to food service and portions, customers will always ask for more food. It’s not always easy to determine exactly what you’re going to cook. yeah.
But there are no hard and fast rules about whether employees can keep their surpluses to themselves. In the comments, a handful of his Jamba workers say they can’t get around this.
“Jamba is going to be trouble,” said one TikToker.
“My manager yelled at me for doing this,” another wrote.
Other food service workers were similarly reprimanded for hoarding leftovers.
“I used to work at a smoothie shop, so I was banned from doing this,” said the third commenter.
Still, a handful of users claimed they were willing to risk it all. He even admitted that he made
“Whenever I had to make a milkshake and worked in freezing temperatures, I would almost double the recipe every time,” confessed one viewer.
The Daily Dot reached out to Kris via TikTok comments and an email via Jamba.
*First published: May 9, 2023 8:40am CDT
Jack Alban is a freelance journalist for the Daily Dot covering trending human interest/social media stories and how real people react to them. He’s always trying to incorporate evidence-based research, current events, and facts related to these stories to create not-so-average viral posts.