Millennials luv ubereats

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My first three Uber Eats customers are women my daughter’s age. I’m blocked from my daughter’s life, but blocking is not an option on Uber Eats, so it is theoretically possible for my daughter to have me deliver her food. Other than a suspicion-raising, “Tom D” that would appear on her app she would not know it’s me until I arrived with food. Erin has reason to block me from her life: ONE: she thinks I know as much as I need to know as to why I’m blocked TWO: she thinks I don’t deserve to know her purpose THREE: she thinks I don’t care. There are moments like this one when my soiled relationship with Erin saddens me . . . and other times when I’m emboldened by my status. My dad faculties of thinking and feeling are active and I am available to her in some once-a-year phone-call manner. ¿More? maybe yes, but not what I’d ask for. I’m a good player to have on her team, and yet she has me in some distant reserve status. Por supuesto, moments like this one sadden me, but it also says her A Team is good enough to have a good player like me in reserves. I finished this emotional-daughter moment with a smile thinking about the hungry Millennials who will have dinner delivered by me tonight. Uber Eats has made Hana’s Saturday work much more fun. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us


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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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