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You should know what's in what you're eating. Especially if you have any allergies. That was not on you, OP. You were just doing your job the way you were taught to do it.

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customer is a dumb bitch, and I'm sure your boss knows it. don't worry too much. nuts are a common ice cream topping. if she had half a brain, she would have been more diligent.

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McDonald's puts the peanuts for their ice cream in separate packages and you have to aak for some to put on your ice cream yourself. I think that's a simple solution to this. Or the customer could say "no nuts, please.", or the person making the ice cream could ask "would you like any nuts on that?" or something. This seems like an easily avoided situation, but at least now they know for next time.

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1. it would have said it on the menu if the dessert had nuts 2. on every menu and in every restaurant (in the United States at least) there is a law that states that that restaurant must display the statement, "Please notify server if anyone has a food allergy" (or something to that matter), where it is clearly visible nut-chick is just a dumb bitch

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the dumb bitch just wanted someone else to blame for her stupidity. my husband is allergic to celery, so we both read every ingredient lable

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That's right #95, almonds are actually a type of accessory that you can wear. They come in ALL types of colours and styles! Buy yours today by calling 1800-almonds-ARE-nuts to get a free trial course !

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2- My thoughts exactly. Almonds aren't hard to miss unless they were broken up and sprinkled on a layer of the sundae and then covered with more ice cream or something.

You should know what's in what you're eating. Especially if you have any allergies. That was not on you, OP. You were just doing your job the way you were taught to do it.

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What kind of a comment is that? The customer shouldn't assume that "OH FCK ALMONDS IN MY SUNDAE! MOTHERFCKING CRIMINALS TRYING TO POISON ME!" She should've acted more rational and be more aware of what's in her foodl

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I used to work at a Ben and Jerry's place and a woman once sent a really little (About 5) kid over to get his own ice cream. She came back and went batshit at me because I gave him an ice cream that had nuts in it and he was allergic. My response 'He chose it and that was clearly poor parenting on your part. He probably has no idea he can't have nuts, he's 5! If you knew he was allergic YOU should have been supervising him!' Most people I know that have an allergy check EVERYTHING before they buy it!

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I think they should ask BEFORE putting almonds on the sundaes, it's not OPs fault, but there should be some changes, specially with allergenic products (nuts chocolate fish etc.)

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If you are allergic to something, you should always ask. I don't ask a customer, oh you're buying nuts, are you allergic to them? If you have allergies, always ask, don't expect to be asked. As for 8, people like you should be put in a room, never to be let out with stupidity like that.

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Usually the fact that it has nuts of some sort is either in the name or clearly visible in the sales picture. Why should the op have to ask customers if they are stupid enough to order and then eat a potentially lethal food product that is safe for 90+ percent of the population?

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It is the customers responsibility to find out if there are any allergens in the food. Most restaurants have a sign posted stating that if they have allergies let the manager know. I have a gluten allergy and it is MY responsibility to find out if it's safe.

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8, shame on you the REAL batman wouldn't side with villainous customers like her, he would side with the employee who got wrongfully accused of poisoning!

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