• woodofgreenleaves:
yo like old people give our generation so
much shit for being rude and
disrespectful but
inmy 5 years of working at a fast food
restaurant
i have never once, not ONCE, been
abused or spoken rudely to for any
reason by a young person.
You know who yells at me when the
restaurant is busy and their order takes
a little longer? When there's a mistake
with their food? Asshole middle aged
people.
You know who smiles and says it's ok?
Teenagers and little kids.
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    • Boomers were born during post war prosperity and have had success spoon fed to them.
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    • It’s kind of incredible how many people don’t have the capacity to treat other people like humans
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    • That’s because their version of “rude and disrespectful” is when people don’t do what they want.
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    • I have teens and children apologize for their parents.
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    • In my experience it’s always the young or the old that are the kindest. Anyone 35-65 are generally the worst
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    • Then the older folks will say its because they raised their kids right, nawww they just really really dont want to grow up to be like your over entitled ass and have some respect for other people.
      AmDoge 19 jun
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    • The honest truth is I can’t wait for the fuckin boomer generation to just die out.
      CleftCola 19 jun
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    • Adults act like adults until you tell them "no."
      MrGabbles 19 jun
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    • My dad & stepmom took me out for my birthday a few years ago. Brand new nervous waitress dumped a giant drink all over my lap and dinner; she almost cried. Stepmonster geared up to bitch, and I shut her down: Its MY crotch and MY supper and IM laughing. Why are YOU a rage monster?? Give the girl a
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    • The younger generation of 21 and under seems to be less concerned with societal expectations, and instead focuses on living instinctually. In general, they are far more likely to respond to rudeness in kind and treat people in service roles graciously than their older counterparts.
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    • Once when I worked at McDs there was a lady who came in the drive thru and wanted us to mix two flavors but the machine can't do that, so she decided to hold up the whole line for 15 minutes to yell at my managers and then came back around to tell me to k1ll myself
      _Catbert_ 19 jun
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    • Older people are the worst when it comes to working in the service industry. They’re extremely entitled and act as if every employee should know everything.
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    • I've noticed that younger people are more likely to hold the door open than older.
      HippieAbs 19 jun
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    • Boomers will never leave...have you seen the entitled brats on social media? Your telling me they won't become the next boomers?
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    • Kids and teenager just want their food and for you to have a nice day
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    • I work at McDonald’s and have found that old and middle aged people are the only ones to have a problem when there order is even slightly wrong.
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    • Gotta remember that there’s a generation of people that hate using the wrong dialogue on NPCs and hurting their feelings.
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    • It's because to the respect means being treated as an authority, and if you dont do that, they wont treat you like a human being.
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    • In my case, and I'm sure in many other cases, I have social anxiety to the point where I just say "it's fine" to avoid confrontation. But you bet your ass I'm talking shit when I get in the shower that night
      Mini_ 20 jun
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    • The way I see it is treat others how you want to be treated. I take that saying very very serious.
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    • I had a boomer yell at me before for tellin a waitress its okay that my order was takin a while
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    • I used to be a supervisor in the amusement industry and never once did I get any shit from younger people when something went wrong. No matter what happened kids and teenagers were always super nice and calm and said shit like “nah ur good don’t worry about it bro idc” 1/3
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    • When I worked fast food. It wasn’t any certain age range. It was people getting out of church at lunch time on sundays. I guess since they attended church they thought that gave them the right to be dicks to everyone.
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    • For sure man. When I was younger and worked fast food, the older people would wait there in the counter sighing and complain. They would throw the money in front of you even when you hold your hand out, and once you wished them a good day then just turned and left.
      bandildo 20 jun
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    • The worst thing teenagers have done was leave a mess and tip in coins. The middle aged parents are the literal worst. I messed up this lady’s side order and she told my manager I should be fired lmaoo sorry her fatass almost died when I didnt give her her second plate of waffle fries
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    • When I worked at McDs this fat lady came in and refused to stand up to look at a menu because she was so heavy so she sat at a table in the back and got upset at me because I couldn't hear her and she couldn't see the menu, then her husband got mad because I asked her to repeat herself too much
      _Catbert_ 19 jun
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    • Honestly. Boomers will flip shit, but teens/young adults will just be like “Aw shit homie it’s cool” and patiently wait for you to make a new one while browsing twitter or something
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    • It’s because we’re used to not getting what we want
      Alex1134 22 jun
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    • Teens nowadays are disrespectful in different ways. I love old people but holy shit some of you cunts are absolute fucking brats
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    • I work at a Kroger and holy shit like if we’re out of something say Diet Dr Pepper cause our vendor is shit and I have no control that we’re out some old lady will have a absolute mental break down that we have none in the back. Most times people that are younger are understanding not always
      LuigiWah 20 jun
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    • A boomer told me that riots and looters going on are all my generation and therefore my fault today so....
      cbrock68 19 jun
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    • ive noticed most adults are just whiny brats who have a severe narcissistic issue
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    • It’s because they were used to simplicity. Aaa they aged, they became more preciseness on what they want, which caused younger generations to do that. Which caused them to be mad that it takes longer. (Experience was working as a 16 year old at McDonald’s to a General Manager)
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    • It’s just cause like, man, I worked in fast food and shits rough, costumers service is rough. I ain’t adding to that
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    • Serious question, are y’all actually mad at your parents generation or is this just a long running joke? I have never met a “boomer” who actually insulted me or my generation before, just wondering if y’all are attacked daily by them or what?
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    • In the lovely state of New Jersey, it's about the same. People here just fucking suck in general.
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    • I’m terrified of talking to the restaurant ppl, so I’m always super polite. But even if I wasn’t I’d still b nice bc they are handling ur food, they can spit in it. But also bc ppl deserve to b treated w respect
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    • We had someone call today demanding to speak to a manager to find and reprimand the employee who gave them their food because they didn’t give them parmesan or pepper packets
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    • Ok, in the last week working drivethru at miccy Dee's, I have forgotten to get the change out of the drawer 2x and missed a food item a few times. The young people don't care, but one of the times I forgot to get the change out (not forgot to give it, just had to get a manager to open the drawer)
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    • Honestly it’s even. Half of the complainers are millennials, half are boomers. Almost none are gen z. Millennials love to say that they are way better than boomers but honestly they aren’t
      proyo345 19 jun
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    • If I find a fly in my food or drink I will ask for a replacement and be reassuring that it's all fine. I will even thank them for the replacement. This is because mistakes happen and as long as they are resolved then the issue is over. For the love of God just be nice and understanding.
      JustJager 20 jun
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    • I'm starting to hate Gen X too tbh. They're the type of people that think family should be loyal no matter how toxic they are.
      TheAshen1 19 jun
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    • I'm also too socially awkward to complain about anything unless it's a direct threat to my health and maybe not even then
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    • Literally anyone 25 or below usually apologizes if we do something wrong, it's all boomers and oldies that fight me on stuff i don't even have control over
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    • Gen Z is full of social anxiety but will beat up any racist person
      loofalee 19 jun
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    • Yesterday a coworker told some old dude to wear a mask inside when shopping and he responded with "who says that? you? Hahaha" um state law...
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    • Yesterday this like 20s couple was not moving forward in the drive thru (looking down at something in their car) so I waved my hand to get their attention. She waved sarcastically back. They move up like 20 seconds later (1/2)
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    • Can confirm, the only people I’ve ever had problems with are old people and then when I literally spend most of my life taking care of them away from my family I’m the rude one for you know not having everything perfect because I’m depressed I’m away from my family so much...taking care of them
      CleftCola 19 jun
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    • The only people I have problem with are Gen X. They’re the most entitled assholes I’ve ever come across. Boomers, millennials, and most Gen Z kids (depending on age) are usually really nice. But anyone 40-55 is an unbearable cunt
      chillwave 20 jun
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    • Yeah go fuck yourself old people 🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻🖕🏻 except u mema and Poppop y’all are fine
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    • We have a ham shortage due to covid, so we can't sell ham for online orders. Someone called up asking if they can get ham (as far as they know we are out of ham) and I said technically no but I can place an order for them with ham if I refund their previous order. They didn't wanna give their 1/?
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    • (1/2)Yall ever ask yourself why this is? Boomers where raised in a much stricter society things were more formal it wasnt chit chat it was im here for this your job is that I dont need to be ur friend. And it was alot less chains and more home business so people were generally experts in their field
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    • I will never forget waitressing on valentines day and having an old man scream at me to the point that everyone in dining room looked (it was relatively small) because we didn't have corn that night. Fucking CORN
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    • My dad is an asshole and always screams at people anywhere doing there job. Walmart, McDonalds, etc. I just wanna apologize in advance my dad is a rude bitch who thinks his king of whoever he talk to.
      PIL0T 20 jun
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    • Working at a hotel. Older folks want you to know everything. If you tell them idk, but I could google they say “okay, what does google say?” why can’t you just google your 20+questions it takes the same amount of time and I’m working, I got shit to do, including all the jobs for ppl we can’t rehire
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    • To be honest everyone hates on boomers and millennials and shit all the time but they really aren’t that bad, I have literally never experienced horrible old people, it’s mostly just really young adults and it’s still not that bad
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    • Ive worked retail for 3 years, it’s absolutely every generation. Yesterday I had a man in his mid 20s tell me he wanted to speak to my manager but then I actually told him to take a step back, recognize what he was asking me to do was going to take time and he ended up asking to tip me at the end.
      autdamn 20 jun
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    • My experience working as a cashier was that young and older people were really nice. Older people were actually really self conscious that they were doing something wrong. Middle aged people (between 40-60) were the ones you had to watch out for.
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    • my mom dragged me to get the food that i ordered when the item the gave me was totally fine and I actually liked more than what i ordered. My mom dragged me back to the whataburger cashier and said that it wasnt what i ordered and that someone needs to fix it. I may have cried
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    • It’s because white boomers are used to everything being handed to them with no effort in their day.
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    • It is folly when the old forget what it was to be young.
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    • I enjoy telling rude people at resturants to fuck themselfs
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    • Not as bad as people working fast food who are old young people who work are so polite and helpful but dealing with old people while ordering food and what not is miserable
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    • I was at McDonald’s and that day everyone was dysfunctional the drive through was packed and they were understaff so it took them awhile to get to me but this old man was yelling he already got his food but he was yelling about not wanting pickles or something so he was asking for a refund (1/2)
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    • Tc is right 35-65 year old people are dicks. Except my parents
      4w5INFJ 22 jun
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    • Because we know what your going through, they think they are above you
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    • I’m a young person and I still don’t put up with people getting orders obviously wrong. Like, ok, you change one small thing, that’s more than fine, but if I get a completely different order or my stuff is ice cold, it’s not okay and I’ll say something kindly.
      nk361 21 jun
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    • Of there is a separation from old people to middle aged then it could be that the middle aged people were rude as kid and as someone gets older they slowly stop accounting for change nothing in their life is changing so why would other people1/2
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    • I was working register once and this old Russian lady had all this super expensive stuff and she couldn't purchase whatever the hell it was she was buying and I never met anyone who didn't know how to use their card so I didn't know what she was doing wrong, boss comes by and she's like (1/2)
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    • I'm scared about this because I have a job interview Tuesday for my first job at a supermarket (shaws) and I'm hella anxious all the time (therapist says I have social anxiety but i think it's just cuz I'm young and scared to mess up) but like I will not hesitate to cry if I get yelled at.
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    • Because if I’m ordering fast food I’m not in a hurry I just want good tasting food they take shi literally
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    • I used to work at McDonalds, it was my first job. On the very first day I made a miscalculation with her change and left out 28 cents. She freaked out and said "Keep your damn change!" And also called me stupid and said "you need to learn more math, go back to school!". Well I'm so fucking sorry 1/2
      JoMan 20 jun
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    • Why have I noticed a lot of the time, older ladies are the ones with issues? At least that’s the case with my grandparents. With both grandmas it’s always “give me this, or I want this” and they never say please or thank you. Yet my grandpas do, one more than the other but it’s still (1/2)
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    • I have an interview set up for Waffle House! Wish me luck!
      Hor1z0n 20 jun
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    • Ok I get people shouldn’t make a big deal out of things, but like, if you get my order wrong I’m at least going to ask for it to be fixed... unless it’s like, a super small mistake then I won’t care. But if it’s the wrong dish entirely, no way I’m just smiling and pretending it didn’t happen
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    • Told my grandma, a boomer, about the meme. Didn’t even get upset. She’s great.
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    • That's because old ppl think they worked 'too hard' during their lives to be disrespected like that. Also they naturally hate young ppl out of jealousy for their youthful looks and functioning penises
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    • Ok I worked at a college restaurant and by far The most respectful customers I’ve ever dealt with.i work in restaurants and all the middle aged people do is complain
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    • As long as you dont fuck over my order that badly its ok, like if i ask for spi(c)(y) wings but i was instead given mild, i wouldnt give a shit because i know its still gonna be good
      skyfan1 22 jun
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    • When I’m at a restaurant or getting food and a waiter/waitress comes to apologize for the wait of my food or whatever I often say “it’s perfectly fine. Your time is as precious as mine” some understand and some don’t I usually don’t get questioned on it but they have lives too and life happens
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    • I love this mentality that people aren’t allowed to have any standers at all for the service industry, just another sign of the times I suppose
      majonoon 22 jun
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    • I work at an interactive children’s science museum, and we have this thing called the experiment bar, that’s completely free with admission (Which is only $13 for a full day and you can leave and come back as much as you want). We had this one experiment where you made slime and reacted vinegar and
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    • I literally went to bdubs yesterday and had go walk back in after like 2 min cuz they forgot some of my food. I wasn’t even upset, I just was like hey I’m missing these two things and they gave it to me and I was out after like 3 min
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    • Because younger people are too afraid to say shit while old people don’t hold back at all
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    • Little kids have given me shit but it’s because they don’t understand and that’s okay because they’re fucking kids. You have no excuse Greg and Deborah
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    • My sister legit doesnt like being told off by people like there was a much younger kid working at a store and he was pretty smart with animals, cause he grew up with that kinda surrounding and as soon as we got to the car she trash talked him. If you dont think thats bad enough she hates-
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    • Not completely true, but fuck boomers
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    • That’s because so many of us now have anxiety, so we GET it, and we don’t want to be treated that way ourselves. Aka- zoomers follow the golden rule better than boomers
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    • I've had the younger one try to get all pissy too but mostly the older generation.
      alvie96 20 jun
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    • whats a little kid doing at a restaurant by themselves
      u_rgay 20 jun
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    • Working in a retirement home, I take so much shit from old people. They will find a problem with anything and everything. They're not all bad, we have some sweet grandma/ grandpa type residents, but a lot of them really suck
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    • If you fuck my food ill just say "hey this isnt what i ordered can you correct that?" And then sit in silence until its fixed
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    • I’ll say that elderly folk can either be the absolute kindest people or the absolute shittiest people, like only extremes. Younger people tend to be chill, neither great or terrible
      Fexas 20 jun
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    • I don't work with customers now, but my last job I did all the time. Very rarely was a young person rude, and if they were it was generally because they were high or also had uppity parents. Almost PRIMARILY I was screamed at and belittled by old people
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    • The only people who ever left without paying were two teens on a date
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    • Being honest tho, the younger folks are just as douchey to old folks as the old are to the young.
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    • Phexal 19 jun
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    • Well the old people are tired of being nice to everyone all the time.. that’s what I think at least
      MrPiiXeL 22 jun
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    • I used to work fast food, and recently I ordered a plain burger at mcdonalds, they double checked and got it wrong, so I corrected the order. It still had everything on it when I got it. Then my friends told me "bro it's not their fault" and acted like I was being fucking crazy to be upset
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    • The only time I even got a little upset at a food place was last week. At a Five Guy's. They got my gf's order right, but i ordered 2 hamburgers, lettuce and ketchup. That was it. They put mustard on one, I had them remake it, then i went home and the other one that wasnt remade had cheese on it.
      Queen1Up 20 jun
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