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An Uber Eats Delivery Guy Sent This Woman A Smart-Ass Response And People Are Losing It (11 Pics)

This is 20-year-old University of Michigan student Alisha Jennings-Oluwosuko. She's originally from DC, and has been home spending time with a family member, who's being treated at the John Hopkins Hospital in Maryland.

Jennings-Oluwosuko said she'd hastily ordered some food to the hospital from a local burger joint, but she'd forgotten about the order entirely by the time a delivery person arrived. "I forgot about the food; I had been doing so much at the hospital," she explained.

She'd missed a call from an unknown number, but, again, because she'd forgotten she'd placed a food order, she didn't call the number back immediately.

She eventually texted the number, asking, "Who is this?" "Hello, your Uber Eats order is here," the person texted back. Jennings-Oluwosuko then asked if he was at the main entrance of the hospital.

"No I'm on top of the building I just landed my helicopter," the delivery guy snarked back, before eventually responding and confirming that he was indeed at the main entrance.

"[John Hopkins] is a massive hospital — there are a million different entrances and branches — so that’s not an unexpected question to ask," Jennings-Oluwosuko explained. (She said the last time she placed an Uber Eats order, the delivery person showed up at a different entrance.)
"He was being a smart-ass!" She said she both laughed at the "smart-ass" response, and thought it was a bit rude.

She wasn't sure how to feel, but when she met the delivery guy at his car, he admitted he was being a bit dickish. But that he thought it was common sense to meet at the main entrance.

"He goes, 'you saw what I said, I was just messing around…I come here all the time and I always come into the main entrance,'” Jennings-Oluwosuko relayed.
"It was really funny but you were being a dick," she thought to herself.

Jennings-Oluwosuko then shared the exchange on Twitter, where it's been already retweeted over 60,000 times in a day. People are making hilarious assumptions about the Uber Eats delivery guy.

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