The Attention Span Of Kids

, , , | Right | January 27, 2018

Customer: “I’d like a kid’s burrito bowl, please.”

Me: “Well, we don’t actually have a kid’s burrito bowl. I can make you a burrito bowl, but understand that it is not going to be any cheaper.”

Customer: “Yes, I understand. That’s fine.”

(I make the bowl, and my coworker rings up the customer.)

Coworker: “All right, so I have a chicken burrito, and a chicken burrito bowl, is that correct?”

Customer: “It was a kid’s burrito bowl.”

Coworker: “We just have one kind of burrito bowl, ma’am.”

Customer: “What?!”

(At this point I had to go serve other customers, so I didn’t hear the rest of the conversation, but it did take quite a while for the customer to pay and leave.)

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