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Fast Food Tips pt 2

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Fast Food
You all seemed to like my last comp, so here' s parta'.
And let me clear something up, I' m not doing this just to
bitch about customers (it is nice, though). The goal of this
is to tell potential customers (you guys) how to get
through ordering at , Burger King, Amy' s,
etc. without angering the start (because most ofyou on
here seem to be nice people). Why do I give a **** about
this, you ask? Well, quite simply m, the more you piss
on an employee, the longer they wait to give you your
food or they might (for the record. I don' t do this, and it
rarely happens at my restaurant) give you old food or
worse. Alright, enjoy!
6. Kids' Meals
Okay, so two main points on these. Firstly, they usually have a couple
components that you should know about and be ready to order.
1. Entree (Cheeseburger, nuggers, etc)
2. Type of side (Fries, apples, etc)
3. Drink (Soft drink, milk, juice)
4. Sauce (Especially ifyou ordered nuggets for the entree)
5. Gender (Not all restaurant have toys, but many do)
The second point is that letting your five yearsold son order his o\
food without any assistance is gonna take forever. "What can I get you
bud?" "I wanna hamburger."
This is one of those things that I don' t think people mean to do,
but I' ll include it anyway. Ifyou order something from me (face
to face), and I go to get it behind the counter (a coffee or ice
cream or something similar, try to refrain from giving us this
evil, death glare while we do it. I promise ifi look
back at you randomly when I' m getting your stuff, it' s not to see
ifi can get away with spitting in it, so no need to watch us like a
friggin hawk. Usually the looking back is when I' m getting the
food/ drink and I' m making sure I don' t have any customers to
greet or orders to take.
Another form of the stare is when you' re the passenger in a car
that' s in at the window. This is the most thing in the world. I take your money and
count it, get the driver' s change and so on, and I look back at the car and there' s the passenger, ducking his
head so he can get a nice look at me. . No idea why. Just undressing me with his eyes. NOT
8. Impatience: When is it justified?
when food takes a long time in general
I already touched on this one)
when no one greets you at the speaker
when you randomly get no response
from the over the speaker
when someone doesn' t open the window
when you pull up
9. Napkins
Okay, this is probably the only one that I' m gonna be
aggressive with.
I don' t know what you guys' obsession with napkins is
about, but this has got to friggin stop. First of all, the
procedure at my particular restaurant is 1 napkin per
item. We don' t count, we lust guess. Ifyou demand a
**** ton of napkins, you better either have a lot of
children, or a lot of food.
Secondly, (this is the more one) I have
absolutely no idea why you people like to leave napkins
on tables after you leave. No one is going to use the
napkins. We' re not going to put them back into the
dispenser, and they sure as hell aren' t going to run off
and live a young and happy life. Why does everyone
insist on leaving them on the tables?
when you ordered a **** ton of food and
it takes awhile (already hit this one in pt
when the asks for one
moment before taking your order (many
times this means that the is
also taking money at the window and is
already dealing with a customer)
when the asks for a
moment while you' re ordering or
requests that you slow down (as before
stated, it' s hard to order too fast, but it' s
possible. especially if the is
also taking money)
when the is also ringing
things up on a register and looks away
from you for a couple seconds
10. A List of Little Things That
Annoy Employees
Asking if anyone' s going to open another register (takes about five minutes) just so you don' t have to wait
in line
Staring hard and thoughtfully at an employee' s nametag so you can add the employee' s name at the end of
every sentence. "Thanks, Hoskins. Can I have some barbecue sauce, Hoskins? Hey, Hoskins, can I have a
new cup, I dropped mine."
Threatning to never come to our restaurant again. You' re probably lying.
Making up your names for items, or randomly abbreviating words. "Large choc shake, no whip"
McDonald' s one gets me every time) Adding "Me" to the start of every order. "I' ll have a
Staring at the employee like he/ she is the scum of the Earth or using a super annoyed tone ifvfice ifhe ask
you to repeat something.
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#44 - pineapplepeople (01/31/2014) [-]
I understand, Hoskins. I'll try to remember these when I get fast food, Hoskins. May go get some before work, Hoskins. I can practice it then, Hoskins.
#20 - thesticklebricks (01/31/2014) [+] (5 replies)
My dad's mate did this, when a local mcdonalds opened up in'03; "McMay McI McHave McA McBig McMac, McMedium McFries McAnd McA McMedium McCoca McCola McPlease?"

The cashier's face when
User avatar #8 - RaciallyDiverse ONLINE (01/31/2014) [+] (1 reply)
but adding mc at the start of everything is ******* hilarious.
"Two large mcwaters please"
#32 - theonionyrogue (01/31/2014) [+] (7 replies)
"It's the customer's fault that my job is 						******					"
"It's the customer's fault that my job is ****** "
User avatar #2 - shitshitshit (01/31/2014) [+] (3 replies)
nugger is my new favorite word
#76 - doctorkolo (01/31/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Haha, I lold at the "adding Mc to everything". but im sure it gets old after a while.   
"I'll have a Mc choc shake with mc whip"
Haha, I lold at the "adding Mc to everything". but im sure it gets old after a while.

"I'll have a Mc choc shake with mc whip"
#82 to #81 - RosarioVampire (02/01/2014) [-]
i work full time overnight. every day is ****** drunks and pot heads. it was funny the first few times but after a year it gets ******* stupid. its not orignal. kill yourself.
#96 - alreadyexiststho (02/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
This isn't really "related," but I used to work at a Taco Bell. One day around noon, during a rush, this lady came through the drive through and tried to order coffee. Not just any coffee, but one of those ************************** . I told her that we don't sell coffee, so she started to try to order a cheeseburger and a frosty. I then told her that this was Taco bell, and that the items we sell are on the menu by her car. To that she just said "oh, nevermind," and pulled through. I got a look at her and she was this wealthy looking middle aged woman. It was weird.
#72 - saltyfries (01/31/2014) [-]
am I the only one who has yet to have a bad experience at a fast food joint?! Seriously, I've never experienced bad service at the drive-thru, let alone they always tell me it will take a minute if something fresh is cooking (usually fries), I always know what I want before I even head into the shop (mostly cuz if I'm hankering for something that's exactly why am I at said shop) so I don't hold up the line, and if something is wrong with the meal (which there rarely is) I take it back to them no muss no fuss, hell the only trouble I have lately is flat sodas, which I politely ask them to check their machines in case their CO2 connection is hooked up properly (that's usually the case).
#125 - NoSuchUser (02/01/2014) [-]
"The customer is always right"
#77 - nyanpoptart (01/31/2014) [+] (2 replies)
One of the most annoying things is people on their phone going through the drive thru. You may want to know how your significant other's day was, but I sure as hell don't.
#65 - airforceman (01/31/2014) [-]
I only give one item my own name. I call the Mocha Frappe a Mocha Frap because "Frappe" sounds like some gay ass term that I am not calling my gay ass coffee. I need some sort of manliness to go with my gay coffee.
#101 - TheCowGoesMoo (02/01/2014) [-]
I work at Mcdonalds too and nothing bothers me more then when I ask "Do you want whole or non-fat milk in your Mcafe drink " which is a mandatory thing to have in the drink and they respond "No thank you"
#88 - avanger (02/01/2014) [-]
Hey hoskins, can i get 67 McNapkin hoskins? Have a good day hoskins...
User avatar #119 - duvallwhitey (02/01/2014) [-]
I have the money so I do what I want.
#73 - thezoe (01/31/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Uhm, if I stare at you it's not because I am making sure you aren't spitting in my drink, it is because I just interacted with you and I am "waiting for your response". As in for you to do the action I asked for... It's not meant as rude, it is just brain on autopilot. Some people just have a bitchy rest face.
#74 to #73 - hoskins (01/31/2014) [-]
Nah, nah, nah, I can tell the difference. I mean the beady, "you best not mess up my coffee, boy" stare.
#67 - Bacabed (01/31/2014) [-]
Thought I'd share an experience that happened to me a few months ago. I work at McDonalds and one day I was up front taking orders (I'm usually managing the grill so this is pretty unheard of for me) and a lady came up and asked for a chicken sandwich. I asked which kind, telling her we have the club, classic and blt unless she meant the mcchicken. Her response was a very snotty "I don't know." It took about 10 minutes of explanation for her to decide on the mcchicken. After I gave her the food she said, again very rudely, "You know in all the times I've come here and ordered a chicken sandwich nobody has ever asked me that question. What's wrong with you?" Like if was my fault I was trying to ensure she got what she wanted and not being psychic. I mean I can deal with most things but that was the most retarded thing to ever happen to me, and then be talked down like I'm retarded for doing my job correctly just pissed me off.
#60 - kanadetenshi ONLINE (01/31/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I just wanted to say that i very much appreciate the hard work you and other fastfood employees put in order to deliver people their food, sure the work might not be the most "respected" but you guys are still responsible for all the delicious food i love and cherish and for that i thank you.
User avatar #7 - silentark (01/31/2014) [+] (9 replies)
I've worked Saturdays in a post office for years and that's taught me three major things.
1. People WILL state the obvious- way too many people come in and first thing they say is "it's wet out there" when we can clearly hear and see the rain or "gee, it's hot out there" while standing in the doorway holding the door open, letting the cool air out.
2. Age means nothing- several aged care homes nearby and way too many elderly think they can get away with things because of their age of forgot glasses, etc. I don't care if they can't see peoperly, i'm not going to write a f***ing letter for them while there's other people there who have gotten everything ready before hand. Also doesn't help when they insist they've paid, we know they haven't and they complain that were being rude.
3. Appearances- easily deceiving, nice looking chick might walk n, least 8/10, realise when she approaches that she reeks of smokes/alcohol/drugs and when she opens her mouth, her voicebox sounds like a thousand angry birds shat on it, put through a meat grinder and then thouroughly abused with a cheese grater. Then a Biker might walk in (bikie club HQ a street back) and everyone gives him funny looks, his beard clearly shows good grooming and often the fellow in polite, well mannered and has a fair sense of chivalry.

Sorry, rant over anyways.
#4 - birthdaybrony (01/31/2014) [-]
mfw McDonald's.   
Also, nice comp.
mfw McDonald's.

Also, nice comp.
User avatar #10 - KayRed (01/31/2014) [+] (3 replies)
How about this,

"It's the employees responsibility to provide good service, not he customers."
#22 to #10 - danzey (01/31/2014) [-]
Doesn't give the customer the right to be a jerk-off, if I receive bad service, I tell the guy I don't appreciate it, politely, the way I see this is, if you're at Mcdonalds, it isn't a 5 Star restaurant with a personal waiter, you get what you pay for, they are serving many people and you are just one person in a line, they shouldn't have to go out of their way to make sure everything is perfect for you, that would affect other customers. People need to know where to draw the line, in my experience I have had some really nice people serving me in my Mcdonalds even when it's like super busy, and I see some ass-hat giving off at them, because they want something free because the food took like 15 minutes, saying stuff like, "supposed to be_ fast_ food" and i gotta commend the worker for not just ******* punching them in the mouth and losing their job for it.
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