By Ashton Sprunger - 30/12/2011 05:38 - United States

Today, I was taking people's orders at the drive-thru. I was confused as to why people were screaming their orders at me, until one of my managers handed me a paper that he'd found taped to the menu, saying "speak loudly speaker isn't working properly." Punkd. FML
I agree, your life sucks 28 731
You deserved it 3 304

Same thing different taste


And your life is ****** over this? Seriously?

SecretMe00 5

Ya it seems like the speakers are usually too loud or too quiet. I don't get how it was a prank though? Wasn't the speaker messed up on its own? And that's why the people were yelling... I'm confused.

Maybe because of the word 'Punkd' at the end? I dunno.

@#20-the speaker was never broken, some smartass just put the note on there to make it look like it was. I may or may not have to try this sometime... lol

nixter5 18

This reminds me of Dane Cook's BK lounge skit. "EXTRA PICKLY PICKLES!!" haha.

What's up with all these missing e's? Tumblr, Flickr, Punkd, et cetera.

iFizzgig 11

I so did this for April fools day ^_^

At least it wasn't ketchup getting thrown in your face lol

Doing that at a McDonalds franchise. On my bucket list.

Hehe awh well, no harm no foul... just plenty of laughs :P

That doesn't seem like a very big deal at all....

palahniukpaul 6

At least you could hear them well.

FYLDeep 25

Fast food jobs suck. I am a bit surprised why you didn't just ask the customers why they were speaking so loudly though.

Check the video surveilance for Ashton Kutcher sneaking around in his trucker clothes and retro hat

I work at Starbucks and I swear it must be impossible for people to talk to the speaker in a regular volumed voice, they're either screaming "HI CAN I GET A LATTE!". Or whispering "..hello can I just get a coffee.."

FYLDeep 25

It must be boring working Starbucks drive thru. You probably don't get all the cars filled with drunk people to make it interesting.

I feel sorry for anyone who has to take my dad's order. I always tell him to make a desicision before he gets to the speaker, but he feels inclined to stare at the menu while saying "hmmm.." for a couple hours.