“Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, please,” etiquette, or at least Madison Avenue, instructs supplicants. “Just get me some f---ing bacon-jalapeno mac-and-cheese,” Luke Gatti demands.
On Sunday the University of Connecticut student pushed, cursed, and taunted a manager for refusing him service at a campus eatery for allegedly drinking in the dry establishment. Worst of all, he did this wearing sweatpants, socks, and sandals. By Friday, the bro’s bad manners, to say nothing of his fashion faux pas, became known to everybody with electricity.
“This is gonna be posted somewhere,” Gatti helpfully informed the manager upon spotting the iPhone paparazzi. “You’re gonna look like a f---ing fool.” He was half right.
The student’s contempt for the working man (“Your job is a f---ing joke”), his entitlement (“Just f---ing give me my food”), and his hubris in the face of consequences (“Yeah, yeah, I’m gonna get expelled!”) astound the viewer. But his bizarre gustatory enthusiasms most disturb this viewer.