- May 15, 2010
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Yeah, me either. I see people that are rude to food handlers all the time, and I wonder how many.... "Additives" they've consumed over the years.
I never understand people with the whole class attitude.
Plus some of the waitresses are really cute, I wouldnt wanna piss them off. Im looking for a date
I found being nice gets you a lot farther, especially when it comes to something being messed up. They are a lot more willing to fix it and sometimes take it off the bill if you dont make a complete butthole of yourself. Also I look at as I would be mad if someone came into my work and treated me like crap, and I dont wanna make people feel that way when they are just trying to earn a living.
Hitting on a waitress hasn't gotten me anywhere yet
I used to work at a pizza place, and this huge family (both in number and proportion) came in and ordered two pizzas. They ate one pizza and half of the other, then said, "these pizzas weren't what we ordered. We wanted blah blah, not blah blah, etc." We tried to tell them they should have said something when the pizzas first came out, then, after a few minutes of them yelling at the manager, he tried to give them a coupon for a free pizza, just to get them to leave. That wasn't good enough . They wanted the number for corporate and the name of the cook and manager so they could report how terrible the service was and how rude the staff was.
I honestly believe that some people go out to take their anger out on others.
Hey Im willing to take a shot and try just about anything You have that crap everywhere. People are always looking to pull a fast one. I work in used electronics resale and we have a lot of problems with customers doing this kind of stuff.
Ever get the, "Well, I bought it almost a year ago, but I decided I don't like it." I've seen that at Best Buy.
I'm willing to try anything with a girl that will give me a second look