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Baristas Gripe About the Dumbest Things That Customers Get Mad At

Just a coffee please
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A compilation of tweets where employees shared the weirdest things customers had ever asked them

People Share the Strangest Questions Customers Have Asked Them

One of the worst customer interactions I've ever had was when I worked at a Chinese food place. A guy placing his order told me that his pregnant wife was allergic to sesame, and if she had any of it, she'd break out in hives. He also mentioned that this was her favorite restaurant. I noted the allergy on his order, but he kept calling the store, reminding us that there was to be no sesame in the meals. I reassured him that I had told the kitchen there was a sesame allergy for this order, and t…
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“I’m in touch with somebody else that works here, I don’t need your help” “OK” | He was just too good for me to talk to him. He thought he was better than me. So I decided not to ever look at him or deal with him again.

'I’m in touch with somebody else': Guy too good for event worker's credential help, gets to wait for ages instead

It's important not to succumb to the sweet nectar of hubris. When we begin to think too much of ourselves, we invite the certainty that we will be made fool of.
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Untamed Karen Tries to Bring Fake Service Animal Into Store, Gets Told Off, Loses Her Mind

Karen and “Sarah Jessica Barker” are at it again!
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Company Charges Nonsensical Convenience Fee, Customer Makes Things Even Less Convenient

Corporate greed never changes.
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Malicious Compliance: Receptionist Refuses to Help Patient in Person, So They Opt to Phone Her Instead

When this patient walked up to the receptionist to try and make an appointment they were told that appointments could be made over the phone only, so they whipped out their phone and called the doctor's office right in front of the receptionist. Bureaucracies are an inertant force and dealing with them can be like dredging sludge off the ocean floor. Their entire existence serves to slow penetration and discourage inquiries from advancing any further than they need to. In favor of the reception…
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You should fire us!" "Ok." | My family runs a small trucking company. Depending on where you are in the world, you might call us a P&D company, a Final Mile company, a White Glove company... basically we handle the kind of stuff that you might buy to have delivered to your home or business,

Trucking Company Takes Clients Own Advice and Fires Them After Calling Their Bluff

“Why don't you just fire us then.” is an empty threat that you should never make, somewhere along the lines of “If you don't do this I quit” or “Why don't you just leave if you don't like it." When one makes such threats they're saying it thinking they're in a position of power. It's a power move and manipulation tactic to force a subordinate (or someone you otherwise have power over) into reluctantly accepting whatever terms you are proposing. By giving them an “out”, the person in power is ps…
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Customer Service Workers Share Their Most Haunting Customer Interactions

Ew, people
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Entitled Customer Complains About Being Shortchanged, Forfeits Getting Extra

She played herself
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Weary Cashier Speaks Out Against Elderly Customers for Trauma Dumping on Workers

Reel it in
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Spicy Confessions About the Sordid Secrets Companies Don’t Want Us To Know

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Store Employee Wins Praise for Shirking Responsibility With Annoying Customers

You get what you give
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Clever Engineer Teaches Sleazy Client a Lesson After They Refuse to Pay

Do you pay an engineer for pressing buttons or do you pay an engineer for knowing which buttons to press? Definitely the latter, and some people learn that the hard way, like the sleazy customer in u/AwkLemon 's epic r/ProRevenge story. They thought they could get away with tricking a professional problem-solver into doing a day of free labor . They thought wrong.
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Restaurant Worker Memes For Servers & Back of House Alike

If you're an Anthony Bourdain fan, or have worked service, you may have seen this quote pop up during your internet travels: ‘You can always tell when a person has worked in a restaurant. There’s an empathy that can only be cultivated by those who’ve stood between a hungry mouth and a $28 pork chop, a special understanding of the way a bunch of motley misfits can be a family. Service industry work develops the “soft skills” recruiters talk about on LinkedIn — discipline, promptness, the ability…
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Demanding Customer Sparks Debate by Ordering "Spreadsheet" of Subs at Publix

There was a queue
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Drive Thru Worker Humorously Lists the Worst Types of Customers to Deal With

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