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(I’m a chef at a Filipino restaurant. My boyfriend, his friend, and my sister, are also on duty with me. A customer in his late 20s comes in.)
Me: “Hello, sir! How are you today?”
Customer: “Hey, babe. Are you free tonight?”
Me: “Do you have something you want to order?”
(The customer gets angry.)
Customer: “Look, I just asked you if you had any plans tonight! Yes or no?!”
Me:“Sir, I have a boyfriend. If you don’t want to order anything, please leave.”
Man: “Ha! What are you gonna do? Huh! Your little boyfriend ain’t gonna do anything to me!”
Me: “Hannibal! B.A.! Face!”
(My boyfriend, his friend, and my sister start walking towards the man.)
Boyfriend: “B.A.? Will you please escort this man out of the premises?”
(My friend walks towards the customer, cracking his knuckles. The customer runs out of the restaurant.)
Boyfriend: “I love it when a plan comes together!”
Sister: “Shut up…”
(Two customers enter at the same time. One is a woman, and the other is a man in his 70s. I get their scripts ready. As the woman is done first, I send her up to the tills while I finish with the man. Since there is another customer at the tills, I end up putting the man through before the woman is served.)
Woman: “I was here first! How come he is served before me? What does he have that I don’t?
(The man responds without a second thought.)
Man: “Raw sex appeal.”
(If I was allowed to discount scripts, I would have given him his for free.)
Me: “Thank you for calling, how can I help you?”
Caller: “My card isn’t working, and I think I know why.”
Me: “Okay, ma’am. Why do you think your card isn’t working?”
Caller: “Well, I cut the end off. I accidentally cut through the chip, and after that it wouldn’t work in the cash register. I think that’s what did it.”
Me: “I’m sorry, ma’am. Did you say that you cut a piece of the card off?”
Caller: “Well, yes. It wouldn’t fit in the pocket in my wallet, so I cut it so that it would fit.”
Me: “Okay. Well, yes. That would most likely be the reason why it isn’t working. We’ll replace the card for you. It should arrive in seven to ten working days. Did you have any other questions or concerns today?”
Caller: “Yes, actually. Do you think if I cut the other side of the card without the chip on it, it would work fine?”