Drive Through Democracy

, | TX, USA | Bad Behavior, Bizarre, Politics

(A customer pulls up to my window, and he looks extremely similar to Bill Clinton.)

Me: “Has anyone ever told you that you look like Bill Clinton?”

Customer: “I did NOT have sexual relations with that woman!”

(The customer then proceeded, in full Clinton style, to light up a joint at my drive-through window.)

Not Always Right: The Comic!

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They say a picture tells a thousand words, so we are very excited to introduce ‘Not Always Right: The Comic!’ Every other week, you can look forward to a painful (but hilarious) customer moments inspired by our best stories and written by our awesome co-authors – you!

Follow the woes of TJ, stuck flipping burgers at Snackdonalds, or Charlie, forced to smile at the moron customers of NotsMart (pictured below), and many more colorful characters that you’ll root for in the fight against customers who are “Not Always Right!”

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You can see our first two comics here!

A Whopper Of A Mistake

, | Frankfort, KY, USA | Extra Stupid, Food & Drink

(I work at a popular fast food chain which just so happens to be placed right next to a fairly popular burger place. Today I am working drive-thru for the first time when this happens.)

Me: “All right, take your time and order when you’re ready.”

Customer: “Okay, I’ll take a Whopper with no pickles.”

Me: “Um, we don’t have that.”

Customer: “That’s okay; I’ll just have a burger then.”

Me: “We don’t sell those either.”

Customer: “Then what do you have?”

Me: “We sell roast beef.”

(By this time the customer has realized something is amiss.)

Customer: “Where am I?”

Me: “You’re at [Store].”

Customer: “Oh, my god, I’m in the wrong place.”

(With that she takes off and I give her a friendly wave as she passes by. Needless to say everyone in the store is laughing as my manager comes to the front.)

Manager: “What happened?”

Me: “Customer was wanting [Burger Place] and came here by mistake.”

Manager: “That happens a lot. My favorite is when they come inside and still try to order from the wrong menu.”