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Let’s Hope He Was Asking For Size And Not Flavor

, , , , , | Right | November 11, 2018

Customer: “Hi. What size scoops do you have?”

Me: “We have a kid-size scoop, which is half of a single scoop, a double scoop, and a triple.”

Customer: “And that’s only for bowls?”

Me: “Nope! The same sizing goes for all cones and bowls.”

Customer: “Okay, I’ll have a shallot scoop of butter pecan in a regular cone.”

Me: “Pardon?”

Customer: “A shallot size of butter pecan.”

Me: “Do you mean a single scoop?”

Customer: “No, a shallot.”

(I am still in training and wondering if there is actually a shallot size that I have not learned about.)

Me: “Um, okay.”

(I go to get a regular-sized single scoop and hand it to the customer.)

Customer: *looks at cone, and up at me, strangely, pays, and walks away*

Me: *towards other coworker* “Um, did you guys not tell me about a shallot size?”

Coworker: “No… what’s a shallot?”

Me: “A little onion!”

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