By first time at McDonald's in months... - 27/03/2013 05:04 - United States
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Eh, yesterday I ordered 3 egg rolls, 2 tacos, a curly fry, a regular soda, and a hamburger with extra stuff on it. Doesn't make me fat, makes me pregnant and from out of town where I don't have my favorite resuraunt anymore so when i come through town I order every thing my taste buds are craving and take a bite of all of it. I don't actually eat it all tho... But the cashier and my friends still look at me like I am crazy when I order. I always have another 2 meals from the visit tho. :) yum
Being pregnant does not mean eat everything just because you feel you're obliged to do so. I hate when women think, "Oh I'm pregnant. I can eat whatever I want." That is not ok. You should eat healthy for your unborn child to develop properly. It's ok to eat other stuff too, but in moderation.
Lol, right on #166.... McDicks is truly a disgusting place, full of unhealthy foods.. The fact that even parents will bring their children there sickens me... I hope you've all seen the photo of a 12yr old patty compared to a freshly ordered one.. Exactly the same, no mold or anything.. People really need to stop going there... McDicks is one of the top 10 richest anything, in the world..Franchise, organization.. Shame on anyone who eats there..
Or, instead of that, inform the manager that you expect a bit of professionalism in the workplace even from high school drop outs and as such won't be returning. If the cashier/manager can be insulting, so can the OP. Voting with your wallet is the best solution. Forget this "be deceptive about it in case someone says something rude" rubbish.
#70, you may not care, but your bosses might. And the person who came to the counter as the manager and further insulted OP may not care, but the owner might. OP, as suggested by others, I'd go up the chain. If you call your local Better Business Bureau, you might be able to get that franchise's owner's contact info, or information on how to file a complaint. Or just call or email McDonald's corporate offices.
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That's a lawsuit right there.
I've never gotten these whole "had it been me…" comments. I mean, yeah, had it been me, I would've pulled a katana outta my ass and gone all Samurai Jack on those jokers, and I would've tossed some 'nades behind me on my way out. But in reality, the most anyone would do is curse at them, and angrily leave. And *maybe* call management. (Though I'd imagine most working people are too busy to do so) Nevertheless, this is still a major FYL.
Well let me put it this way, the customer is hardly ever right. Of course the cashier and management were wrong is this situation, but customers are hardly ever right. You want to know why they're wrong most of the time? They don't take the time to read their coupons or the sales signs properly. Makes you wonder how they even managed to get to your store when they can't seem to read correctly. Customer "I can't use this coupon on an item that's on sale?" cashier "no ma'am, it's for regular priced items only." Customer "oh really? I didnt see that!" Cashier thinking to herself "well maybe if you read it you'd know..."
I agree. I worked at a customer service place for a long time, but one day realized I was starting to get impatient and rude with the customers. So I quit to avoid something like this. People that can not handle working in a job that requires customer-employee interaction, (even when some customers are complete idiots) should not work that kind of job.
I think it was the 4 Big Macs, 3 large fries, 8 apple pies, and 2 ice creams that tipped them off. Oh, and the Diet Coke.
No matter how big OP’s order really was and no matter whether OP is obese or not, the comments by the cashier and his manager were simply unprofessional.