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IN Celebrities ON 31 Mar, 2016
George W Bush might not be the one of the most favoured or popular presidents, but he is one of the most generous and benevolent persons who has been able to become the president of the United States of America. He recently showed a glimpse of his kind behaviour to a waitress.
However, the reaction or response, in turn, from her was something that isn't grateful and acknowledging the kind act presented by Mr. Bush.
We believe it is alright to state that George W Bush hasn't been a part of the presidents, who were popular in the American history. However certainly giving a thriving tip to a waitress couldn't turn on a national news headline? Proficiently, because of one foolish tweet, it surely has.
Mr. Bush along with his wife went recently for dining out during which they pronounced that they would tip $40 on a bill of $21.47 , that if in case you all don't know is a gesture of utmost generosity.
Yet, rather than this kind act of nature by Bush flashing the front pages, the waitress' subsequent tweet was the center of attraction which surprisingly received the attention of the media.
Yes, the waitress managed to convey the impression that George Bush was holding responsibility for the disastrous atrocities of 9/11, which was in regard to the world-famous plot theory. Waitress Leisa, when talking about her tweet, said that she had never expected the social media outburst would receive this much attention.
She said "I have a couple of friends that use the meme a lot and they were the only ones I was expecting to see the tweet. I was just trying to get a laugh out of my friends but I in no way actually believe the conspiracy. I actually completely respect Bush and I don't think he actually was behind 9/11. It was just a little tip at the huge joke that everyone says, and I didn't expect anyone to see the tweet except my 200 followers at the time."
In an endeavor to leap out of the frying pan and also to avoid the fire, Leisa removed the tweet and affixed an explanation in that place.
Unfortunately, everyone on Twitter didn't believe her apology saga. Perhaps, the moral of this story is that just be thankful when somebody gives you a tremendous tip, rather than trying to be funny, with "trying" being the applicable word in this case.
George Bush might not be the aerated orator which the present president Barack Obama has been, however, he obviously knows the worth of good service. It appears that the waitresses in the future would not be capable of posting disparaging tweets because all the waitresses will be robots.