I quit eating out at my favorite restaurant after a considerably bad experience with a member of their wait staff.
The last thing I want to do is be rude or have an argument with a waiter because I greatly appreciate their role in making me satisfied with delicious food.
But I had a waiter one day give me another customer’s order and insisted it was mine. They kept telling me that I was misremembering what I had told them because they “had the order on a receipt as proof.” Then the real customer got my order and they started to get the same treatment. When management threw myself and the other customer out and sided with the waiter, that was the last time I ever visited that restaurant. It’s fine because there are plenty of other restaurants in this city and it only took me an hour of searching on my phone to find a different place to visit that night. Oddly enough, I had a similar experience with a budtender at the cannabis dispensary yesterday. I was shopping at a cannabis dispensary that I rarely frequent and was taken aback when the budtender got angry when I asked for the THC content on the cannabis oil I had in my hands. If you’re going to work as a budtender at a cannabis dispensary you need to have a good attitude and be ready to answer basic questions about the products like finding the THC percentage. Imagine if I had the audacity to ask him about the terpenes and which ones were dominant. That would have made his head explode.