Or when you go to Best Buy to look at phones, and you go directly to the T.V. section (your last job), and start to ask questions, buy something for the receipt, take pic of the front of the store, get in the car and say, ."damn, this wasn't a job"....#Big ooops.
Or when you invite another shopper who you haven't seen for awhile to breakfast and get involved in conversation (forgetting your on a job), and don't take picture of food...get home, do report, email Scheduler, now what moment.
When you forget to get a picture of your entree and when you're done eating, the waitress asks if you want dessert. Instead you order the same exact entree a second time, and when she asks, "Is that to go?" and you say no.
....Or when you see a pothole or trash in landscaping and you whip out your phone to capture the picture. Only then you realize you're not on an assignment currently and slowly slides the phone back in your purse.
I can't imagine being the person with the soup. I think I'd notice and want to know what the heck you're doing? But this is pretty funny. I am always doing evaluations in my head when I go places especially restaurants. The other day I was at one and saw several servers standing around talking rather than helping customers. I wanted to write them up. My computer fingers were itchy when I got home. lol
What's done is done. An egg cracked cannot be cured.
There are 3 kinds of lies. Lies, Damn lies, and statistics.
No one questioned the time on the pic? I did a few convenience stores a couple of months back where the new requirement was to take a curb appeal shot and I forgot to do it. I had to double back on those to take the photos and the editor emailed and questioned why the times on the photos were 20+ minutes later than the receipt times.
My DH started kicking me under the table because I ordered the same entree as he ordered. When the server left the table, he asked me if I had gone mad doing that --- I then reminded him we were not on a shop (and kicked him once, for good measure!)