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The Drive-Thru: A Perfect Place To Play Candy Crush

, , , , | Right | March 17, 2022

I pull into a drive-thru with a mid-sized line of cars. When the woman ahead of me does not pull up when the line moves, I notice that she is on her phone. No big deal; she is still three cars back from the speaker.

Once she has four open car lengths in front of her and the order speaker is open and she still has not looked up from her phone, I tap my horn briefly to wake her up. She makes eye contact with me and scowls before putting her car in drive and pulling up to the speaker.

She puts her car back in park, places her order, and goes right back to her phone. When she is supposed to move up again and it is my turn to order, but she still has not looked up, I tap my horn a second time.

She pulls up, puts her car in park, gets out, slams her door, and marches back toward me. For the dialogue, picture her standing outside my car window yelling and waving her hands.

Entitled Woman: “Why are you honking at me? What the h*** are you f****** beeping at?”

Me: “Because you weren’t moving.”

Entitled Woman: “You were back there and you were fine, so what the h*** are you even talking about?!”

This part goes on a bit. Honestly, I have no idea what she is trying to say, but I am starting to get a bit peeved.

Me: “Get off your f****** phone, lady!”

Entitled Woman: “My car was in park, so it’s legal for me to be on my phone! That’s none of your business, so mind your own business!”

This part is said with a supreme look of triumph like everyone knows it is okay to park in a drive-thru to use your phone and I’m the idiot here. I’m pretty much done.

Me: “Look, lady, you are in the wrong, and you know you are, so just go back to your car.”

Entitled Woman: “I’m not wrong! You’re the one who’s wrong!”

But she does head back to her car. And then, for just the topping on the irony cake, before she gets back in, she screams:

Entitled Woman: “YOU NEED TO CALM DOWN!”

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