Come Clean With Your True Intentions

| Bella Vista, AR, USA | Right | May 2, 2012

(I am in the back doing dishes after the breakfast rush.)

Manager: “Hey, [my name], a customer says that the men’s restroom is really dirty. Could you go clean it up?”

(I go to the restroom to take a look. My manager comes with me. We quickly agree that the bathroom is not in any way dirty.)

Manager: “Just sweep up a little and call it good.”

(I leave to get the broom. While getting it, a customer comes up to me. At this point, I am not aware this customer is the one that complained to my manager.)

Customer: “Is it okay in there?”

(I assume he means is it okay to go in, and tell him yes. The customer goes in and comes right back out straight up to me.)

Customer: “Bull****!”

Me: “Is something wrong?”

Customer: “That bathroom ain’t clean! I want to talk to your corporate office!”

Me: “About what?”

Customer: “This store is unacceptably dirty, and the workers are unfriendly!”

Me: “I’m sorry—”

Customer: “By the way, can I get a job here?”

1 Thumbs