I’m not a huge complainer. I subscribe to a rather pragmatic view of life. Things need to be attended to as they are and not as they could be, blah blah blah.
So, sure, I’ll get upset if my service is bad, but I’m not going to be all indignant about it and pretend to write a review or something over it. I just won’t go there anymore and focus my energy on somewhere that better suits me.
The greatest fear of any American is inconvenience.
So, while this guy is obviously ridiculously overreacting, I have to say that if someone left the cheese OFF of my cheeseburger I’d be pretty pissed off. The person here put cheese ON his hamburger. The customer should have thanked him.
Police in central Pennsylvania say a man will face charges after assaulting a McDonald’s restaurant worker in a rage because there was cheese on his hamburger, which he had apparently wanted plain.
Authorities say the man knocked over a trash can, threw a high chair and left the Springettsbury Township restaurant after receiving the sandwich on Friday morning.
Police say an employee went outside to get his license plate number and the man allegedly attacked her as she tried to call 911. He allegedly wrapped his arms around the woman, took the cell phone from her hand and threw it across the parking lot before fleeing in his vehicle. SOURCE: The Express-Times
See, when someone who is waiting on me makes a mistake, I prefer to go the “guilt” route. If you go the whole, “I’m better than you” route, you’re only going to come off 1. like a pretentious douche (which you probably are) and 2. run the risk of a cook rubbing his balls in your couscous. If you’re super duper nice to someone who is making mistakes, they tend to start bonding with you since they no longer feel as though you’re a potential threat. Because of that, they’ll want to try and impress you by giving you free stuff, like extra cheeseburgers, or hamburgers.
Who eats hamburgers without cheese?