There we were [at the Burger King-- glamorous, I know]. The whole town came down to wait in line for a Whopper and fries, and all of us workers are drowning in grease and special sauce. Here comes the boss lady, moseyin'** through the back. 'Ho, hum. Well guys, if you need anything, I'll be over at the Subway getting a bite to eat. La de da.'
Didn't see her the rest of the night.
OK. No more complaining about the big mean boss.
**It occured to me that only the Texans would comprehend that sentence. "Moseyin" is a verb. It's similar to 'meandering' only at a slower pace and with a bit of a cowboy feel implied. Kind of a lazy stroll, I would think.