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Today, I told a customer at the drive-thru I couldn't hear him as he had his music blaring too loud. The customer then drove to the window and verbally abused me for listening to my iPod at work. My "iPod" is the headset we use to take orders at the drive-thru. FML
Seem McDonalds customers aren't smarter than the employees...
The kind of person that verbally abuses people forced to serve them (such as, for example, food service workers or retail personnel) is generally very sad and lonely. I'm not saying feel sorry for them. Just focus on the fact that at the end of the day, you're not the one so worthless and impotent that you have to vent your frustrations at someone who can't fight back.
Speak your mind, but please try and be respectful.
Friday 6 December 2013