A waiter from CHILI’S has revealed what happens when one of their famous melted chocolate cakes is topped.
TikTok users were outraged after the employee posted a video of him cleverly covering the overcooked dessert with toppings to serve anyway.
The server created a TikTok under the name @fortheloveof_money showing how they make a melted chocolate cake.
But the overcooked desert collapsed in the middle.
So the waiter fills the gap with a bottle of liquid chocolate, then quickly covers it with caramel and ice cream to hide their handwork.
“If you overcook the melted cake,” Chili’s staffer wrote along with the captioned video, “hasn’t had a complaint yet.”
But lovers of the signature dessert winced when the waiter tried to correct their mistake.
“Not even plated that nicely,” said one user.
“It’s illegal,” said another.
Another person commented, “Meanwhile, mine was still frozen yesterday.”
Other TikTok users were quick to praise the server’s strategy, saying the dessert probably tastes good.
“Tbh looks good,” someone commented.
“I’d still eat it,” said another.
“I just iced it and shipped it anyway,” said another user who appeared to work at Chili’s.
Another person said, “I’ve found my people.”
Other employee secrets
This comes as a USPS employee warned that some items sent in envelopes could jam their machine and be lost forever.
Apparently there’s a machine that sorts people’s envelopes very quickly, unless the envelope contains small items like “coins, cards, keys and jewelry,” said user @secretsofusps on TikTok.
These items can be torn from their envelopes if they do not fit into the sorting machine.
The USPS official then revealed that the Post Office offered a solution to the problem with “non-editable stamps.”
These stamps indicate to the clerk that you wish to have your letter sorted by hand rather than try your luck with the sorting machine.
In related news, Starbucks employees revealed how to use a secret hack to get half-price ice cream lattes.
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