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Health warnings should not be used to manage beverage carts.
But this Southern Californian may just have to make do.
TikToker Chloe (@ryewhiskey) has had some close calls at the golf range where she drives her refreshments.
But the health warnings should be for the excuses golfers give him, not the fuzzy balls headed his direction.
Sitting in her buggy, she says: “Today is my first day as a beverage cart girl.”
It’s cold but the sun is out and the sky is blue.
So far, so good.
“My first day alone and I must say it’s been great. We have a tournament here today,” she says.
Luckily for him, the players are drinking: “Everyone’s ordering Bloody Marys.”
The atmosphere is also pleasant: “Everyone is in a good mood.”
But things are about to get a little worse at this golf range.
“There were four people playing at once right now,” she tells her followers.
“And two of them almost hit me with their balls.”
She is shocked and is not going to take this kind of behavior lying down.
So she goes to them in her buggy and confronts them.
“When they finished I went up to them and I was like, ‘Were you guys trying to kill me?’
They don’t try to hide what they did and immediately confess.
“And they’re like, yeah.”
However, his excuse surprised them.
They were trying to kill him, but did not kill him.
He said: “It will give us a reason to talk to you.”
She doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry.
“I said if you hit me with your ball then I will find no reason to talk to you.”
Such is the first day on the job, but Chloe hits her stride and enjoys the day, serving thirsty golfers.
One of her followers liked the post: “I am obsessed with all kart girl tiktok.”