Unfiltered Story #89463

, , | Unfiltered | June 8, 2017

(I’ve been sick today, but I came in anyway, so I’m not feeling too hot in the first place. Even though, I’m trying to act normal and be nice to people. A regular walks in with her regular friends and orders what she always gets, which is a side salad and soup combo.)

Customer #1: I’d like the [combo].

Coworker: We don’t carry the soup anymore, but you can choose between [our two other soups of the day]

Customer #1: What?! You don’t carry that soup anymore?! *storms over to the sign in the front advertising said combo*. But you are advertising it! Someone come get this sign!

(Note that there’s only a manager and two other people making food for a long line of customers. I don’t want to get near the food so I’m on register with washed, sanitized, and gloved hands. They’re all held up by her antics. Everyone is staring at her as she’s yelling and waving the sign around. I look at my manager and he seems to be ignoring her, so I do the same. All of her friends look embarrassed, but they don’t say anything.)

Customer #1: NO? NO ONE IS GOING TO COME GET THIS SIGN?! OKAY! BUT PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BE CONFUSED!

The next customer comes up after her and sarcastically says loudly enough for Customer #1 to hear: Don’t worry, I’ll be nicer than her. I’ll have the combo with [soup]

Customer #1 got the combo with another soup in the end.