If I Wasn’t Complaining Before…

, , , , , | Working | January 30, 2018

(I am going for a walk and stop at a coffee chain to grab a coffee. There’s nobody at the counter, but I’m not in a hurry, so I just stand there waiting, looking at the menu. Finally an employee comes out and sees me.)

Employee: “Are you being helped?”

Me: “No, not yet.”

(The employee then yells to some other employee in a back room.)

Employee: “Hey! Come and take this lady’s order!”

(The first employee isn’t actually doing anything, so I don’t know why she couldn’t take my order, but whatever. The second employee then comes out and joins the first one.)

Employee #2: “I was doing something in the back.”

Employee #1: “Whatever, this lady was complaining that nobody was out here.”

(At this point I haven’t said ANYTHING throughout the entire exchange. [Employee #1] walks away.)

Me: “Actually, I didn’t say anything.”

Employee #2: “Yeah, whatever.”

(They proceeded to take my order, and I proceeded to avoid that place whenever possible.)

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