Two Of A Kind

, | Working | April 27, 2014

(We are at the drive thru.)

Employee: “Can I take your order, sir?”

Me: “Do you have sliders?”

Employee: “Yes, we do. How many would you like?”

Me: “I really don’t feel like six and two isn’t enough. Can I buy four?”

Employee: “No, sir. We only sell siders in six packs or two packs.”

Me: “Okay. Please get me four burgers.”

Employee: “Sir, would you like the two-pack or six-pack?”

Me: “I’d like four sliders please.”

Employee: “We only sell sliders in two packs or six packs.”

Me: “Okay. No problem. Just give me four sliders.”

Employee: “You don’t understand, sir. You get two burgers with the two pack and six burgers with the six pack. You can’t order four.”

Me: “Okay, well can you order me two two-packs?”

(There is a long pause.)

Employee: “Oh!”

Me: “Thank you.”

Employee: “That will be two, two-pack sliders. Correct?”

Me: “Yes.”

(After picking up the order and pulling away from the ‘pick-up’ window, I quickly realize the bag is light. Looking inside, I see only two burgers. I go back to the window)

Employee: “Sir, can I help you?”

Me: “Yes. There’s only two sliders in my bag. I ordered four.”

Employee: “Let me check the screen. Your order only says ‘two.'”

Me: “That means two, two-packs of sliders.”

(There is a long pause.)

Employee: “Oh!”

1 Thumbs