Karen Customers That Got A Dose Of PETTY REVENGE - REACTION

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  • g m
    g m Il y a 24 jours +1194

    Teacher here. Had a colleague who told me about a Karen parent. When studying the American Revolutionary War, the Karen requested that fighting and violence be left out. Of a lesson, about a war.

    • Sydney Walmsley
      Sydney Walmsley Il y a 14 jours

      😂 if it makes you feel any better, I get those sneaky parents who want to dictate curriculum as well- with the student being well into college. The most recent one was whether "fighting, sex, and generally immoral behavior should be left out"... left out of Hemingway. In a class on Hemingway.

    • Cash Walk
      Cash Walk Il y a 18 jours


    • A
      A Il y a 19 jours

      I'm an English teacher in Spain. There was a mother who was insisting we don't teach aaanything related to physcial description (eg.the whole unit on tall, short, moustache, freckles) "because it leads to bullying". She took it all the way to the Ministry of Education. Side note: her daughter was a well-integrated kid and has never been bullied. But she was surely affected by her mom's antiques. 🤦🙈

    • CC_SniperGirl
      CC_SniperGirl Il y a 20 jours +1

      That poor kid is going to be a really sheltered and under prepared adult

    • Icarus Binns
      Icarus Binns Il y a 20 jours

      @powers1217 it was a tv show

  • Black Creators
    Black Creators Il y a 24 jours +1213

    Sometimes being the person BEHIND rude people is the best place to be. A few years back my son and I were flying across country to visit family. There was some kind of national computer glitch that had the airline all messed up and people's flights were getting cancelled and rescheduled like crazy. We flew into our last connecting flight in Seattle. While trying to figure out how to get to our destination I see that the service desk is swamped with angry people yelling at the attendant. She was close to tears. We went into a little gift shop and I bought a cheesy little teddy bear and told my son (4 years old at the time) to give it to the lady when we got up to her. I waited until most of the angry crowd had gone and with a sweet smile I approached and said "Looks like your day is shot, I'll be nice" and my son handed her the bear. This lady bent over backwards to help us. We got an escort onto the tarmac and put on a flight that I guess was just for employees or something, there was hardly anyone on the flight, straight to our destination. Sweetness and a $6 dollar bear can go a long way.

    • Mo Mo
      Mo Mo Il y a 6 jours

      God bless you for your beautiful sweet heart!! and also your son and the lady you got the teddy bear for.. our world needs more people like you! ❤️🐻🙏✝️✡️💜❌⭕😻

    • Joyie
      Joyie Il y a 13 jours

      That’s so sweet! I’m sure you made that poor woman’s day. I bet she still keeps that bear!! Kindness is always the answer!!

    • Wicked wonka
      Wicked wonka Il y a 16 jours

      What a shining example of kindness you are for your child. Well done, mama.

    • TheHonorsKid
      TheHonorsKid Il y a 19 jours +1

      @Appalachian Girl Designs this is a wonderful story, you made that lady’s day so much better❤️ I’m sure she and her kids think of you often and your kindness you showed them during such a rough time

    • mindyschocolate
      mindyschocolate Il y a 21 jour

      That was sweet of you. Thank you for your kindness.

  • Trudy
    Trudy Il y a 24 jours +315

    When I was a cocktail waitress in the 70's
    4 people came in. I went to take their order.
    A guy said, " Excuse me we are talking...how rude." I excused myself and I told all my friend waitresses NOT to take their orders.
    I never went back... because they were always talking.
    You know...I didn't want to be rude.
    They left without being served any drinks...
    The end.

  • Erika Ronska
    Erika Ronska Il y a 24 jours +181

    In 1989, I worked at a certain linen and housewares store in Studio City, CA. I was a cashier and became good friends with Jimmy in the linen department. Jimmy was always very friendly and helpful with customers, but when they were rude we had a system in place.
    Jimmy would escort the customer to my register (usually with a packed shopping cart or two), introduce me and then he would whisper in my ear or just mouth the words "wreck 'em".
    I proceeded to type the prices into the register (no scanning back in the day). Then, when there were only 2 or 3 items left, I would make a "mistake" and have to call the manager for an "over ring". Once the manager cleared the register, I had to take everything out of the bags and start all over.
    It was sooooo satisfying! Especially when they let us know they had plans or an appointment and would be late!
    OH! I just remembered! After Jimmy brought them to the register he would tell them, "I hope your day is as nice as you are!" The cherry on the ugly sundae!!!!!!

    • BreakofDawn
      BreakofDawn Il y a 4 jours

      “I hope your day is as nice as you are” ooo how I wish I used that line was I was working retail and dealing with shiet customers

    • Erin Chappel
      Erin Chappel Il y a 24 jours +17

      Jimmy sounds awesome. 👍🏽😎

  • Linda Patton
    Linda Patton Il y a 24 jours +339

    "Let the nice lady clean it up." is right up there along with customers thinking 'oh, they get paid to do this, let's give them something to do." Just because part of our job is to clean up, doesn't mean you can make a mess because we don't ''look busy, they need something to do." Clothes and toys are the worst. At least pick them up off the floor and try to make it halfway neat. And stop leaving cold food that you suddenly decide you don't want stuffed behind some pillows. I would rather you hand it to the cashier saying you don't want it, than to find it weeks later molding away and ruining a bunch of stuff in any other department. We have to toss that stuff out anyway (cold chain) and would rather toss out one partially melted tub of ice cream than an entire stack of shirts that you left it on top of.

    • Joyie
      Joyie Il y a 13 jours

      I’m guessing this is target or Walmart? Cause that’s the only store I can think of where food and clothes are in the same place. Honestly I don’t understand customers like that. Once in a while I’ll leave an item in the wrong place but never PERISHABLE FOOD! That’s a whole other level of entitled

    • David Williams
      David Williams Il y a 16 jours

      Hated this! Worked in the bedding area. At least once a week my nose would lead me to finding raw meats that had been hidden behind bedding for a few days, especially chicken and steaks.

    • N N
      N N Il y a 19 jours

      A womans dressing room is an absolute nightmare to clean; especially if you work the closing shift. After working retail for many years, it's often messier in the "finer" retail outlets - unless you work at Ross in WPB Fl, then it's a f*c king disaster zone anytime of day or night.

    • LillySweet1995
      LillySweet1995 Il y a 22 jours

      I work in a hotel and Greet everyone (even the janitor and chamber maids). They are people like you and me and just doing their Job. Everyone have to be treated respectfully. We are all Worth the same 😊

    • dianne lavoie
      dianne lavoie Il y a 22 jours

      @Aly Maple Yup. You start being nice folding some clothes or putting dropped hanging items back in place, then along comes some Karen insisting that you work there and then gets into a rage when you say "IDWHL". OF course, you do get a Reddit story out of it.

  • lkayh
    lkayh Il y a 24 jours +368

    Sometimes that “rearranging the food and bringing it back” thing is actually a big problem. My mom had celiac disease. We were at a restaurant that claimed to have a gluten free menu. She found a salad that the menu claimed would be gluten-free if ordered without croutons, so she told our waiter that she had Celiac Disease and needed the salad to be made fresh, without croutons. It came out with croutons anyway, so she sent it back and nicely told the waiter that it needed to be freshly made without croutons. The waiter returned a few minutes later with what was obviously the same salad, with croutons removed (except the one peeking out from under one lettuce leaf, and the crumbs still visible. When Mom pointed this out and asked again (still nicely) for a new salad prepared as ordered, the waiter rolled his eyes at her. That’s when I went full-on Karen and asked for a manager. I didn’t do it to get the guy in trouble and didn’t mention how rude he was. Just explained to the manager that when something is supposedly gluten free, it cannot contain anything with gluten-even crumbs. I explained that people with CD can get very sick if they eat even a little gluten, so if the restaurant claims a menu item is gluten free, they really need to follow through. He offered to comp our meals-I asked him not to, that I only called for him because I wanted to make sure that the restaurant actually understood what “gluten-free” means. Sometimes you really HAVE to be a Karen, and advocate for yourself (or in my case, for my Mom and other customers who needed GF meals).

    • tina wyatt
      tina wyatt Il y a 4 jours +1

      @lkayh one of the few good things about my workplace is that you are required to have training on cross contamination, food allergies and Celiac disease. There is even a station there that is for people with allergies.

    • lkayh
      lkayh Il y a 5 jours

      @tina wyattUnfortunately a lot of servers (and restaurants, for that matter) still don’t really know what CD is. Mom loved to eat out, but there was always some risk that she’d end up sick when we did.

    • YukonRoseinLV
      YukonRoseinLV Il y a 12 jours

      @Christina M. I have a friend who has Celiac, and if he gets even a drop of gluten he gets horribly ill for days. He even has to get his own gluten free soy sauce. I used to think like you do, until I saw how bad it actually is for people who really have it.

  • Megan Kearns
    Megan Kearns Il y a 24 jours +476

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the one about the customer with the monster child who made a giant mess in the Christmas aisle. The cashier making that entitled, inconsiderate, snobby Mom wait until she cleaned up the entire mess is my new spirit animal. The shit retail workers have to endure is disgusting. I'm glad this girl thought of this plan. It must have felt SO GOOD to put a Karen in her damn place. The part about the woman having to wait another 20+ minutes with a bored and spoiled little brat just made my day. How dare people treat retail people so terribly! 😤

    • tina wyatt
      tina wyatt Il y a 11 jours +1

      Imagine if the daughter made another mess and the employee cleaned that one up even slower. My god that would be funny.

    • coolkumquats
      coolkumquats Il y a 15 jours +2

      @CC_SniperGirl I agree, but hopefully she at least realized that she had annoyed the employee. I think a lot of these entitled people legitimately don't realize that service workers are human beings with thoughts and feelings. Forcing them to reckon with the fact that their actions have consequences for other people is at least a step in the right direction.

    • CC_SniperGirl
      CC_SniperGirl Il y a 20 jours +2

      You know what though, she still waited 20 minutes watching the girl pick it up rather than swallow her pride and help. Which means it probably didn't sink in, unfortunately.

    • Megan Kearns
      Megan Kearns Il y a 22 jours +3

      @RR A You are a rare gem! It is so kind of you to do that for the employees! You shouldn't though, it's not your responsibility. What we need is simple: Don't let your monster child make a damn mess in the first place. And if he does tear something apart in a store, CLEAN IT UP YOURSELF! In restaurants, if your kid makes a mess on the floor (or all over the table, chairs, booth seating, etc) you have 2 options.
      #1: Clean it up your damn self!
      --- OR ---
      #2: Leave a 25% to 30% tip.
      And when you get home, start prioritizing your parenting skills and do whatever it is you have to do to turn that reckless, entitled little human into someone who acts right.
      (Edited for spelling)

    • tina wyatt
      tina wyatt Il y a 22 jours +2

      Personally, if I were the employee I would have responded with "Well, this nice lady is the only employee in the store right now so you're going to have to wait a while before being checked out. If you complain to my manager or corporate, I will show them the video of your child trashing the aisle while you did nothing. Oh, and if you complain on google reviews or any other well-known public review forum, I will personally respond to you and blast you and your bad parenting on there." Then leave and clean the aisle.

  • khymera915
    khymera915 Il y a 24 jours +220

    Years ago, I was behind a man who was being really crappy to a sweet, grandmotherly Dunkin Donuts employee. When he left, I smiled at the lady and told her I was sorry that the man was so mean to her.
    She looked at me and said, “You come here all the time, don’t you? You know, we’re allowed a free donut every day but I don’t like donuts, so you can have mine.” For the next year (until she retired) I never again paid for a donut in that store.

    • khymera915
      khymera915 Il y a 24 jours +19

      (When the sweet old lady was there, of course)

  • Ann Marston
    Ann Marston Il y a 24 jours +23

    I love your "petty" and took a lesson from you. The Safeway I go to has parking spaces marked for senior parking. The other day, I was cut off at the last senior parking space by a car driven by a woman who could not have been much past 35. We arrived at the same store door at the same time, and I said to her, "I see you parked in a senior parking space." She just said, "So what?" I said, "I just can't get over how young you look for a senior. Wny, you don't look a day older than fifty." I'm not sure there's an actual name for the colour of red she turned. So, thank you, sensei. You teach us well.

  • Michelle P
    Michelle P Il y a 24 jours +546

    I work in an insurance call centre and once an extremely rude customer, not liking what I was telling him about his motor insurance claim, demanded that I put him on to a manager and called me condescending names like "sweetie" and "dear". He said women know nothing about cars, so he wanted the manager right away (he assumed my manager was male - which was wrong). I told him a couple of times that he was best off talking with me as my manager would not likely be as flexible as I already was. He got ruder, so I eventually put him through to my female manager. She was known in the company to be very difficult to deal with, intimidating and downright rude. I sniggered as I put him through and explained his complaint. I then sat back and happily listened to her absolutely tear him to shreds for about 10 minutes before she transferred him back to me. He was suddenly SO polite and grateful for my help. Lol.

    • Aphelion
      Aphelion Il y a 15 jours

      @Brad1980 Oh no, the term 'The Customer is Always Right' is absolute bullshite. Making them feel like they are only reinforces bad behavior. There are times turning that BS back on the customer is completely justified. You have clearly not dealt with being in the customer service industry and it shows.

    • CC_SniperGirl
      CC_SniperGirl Il y a 20 jours +2

      @Brad1980 I think if we were as rude to customers as we would be if we weren't working, customers would be nicer. If you wouldn't say it to some random person on the street, why is it suddenly okay now that the random person is wearing a uniform? Customer service should be more like the grandma who feeds you cookies but will beat your ass if you mess up, and less like the bullied kid too scared to stand up for himself.

    • Pete Donaldson
      Pete Donaldson Il y a 20 jours

      @MashuTora Customers are basically fighting back against all the cold calls they get EVERY SINGLE DAY and the general depreciation in customer services. The service industry reliance on technology and the general dumbing down of staff has finally been recognised by consumers who now have more places they can take their business.

  • k98237
    k98237 Il y a 24 jours +87

    10% off reward: as the customer says "Oh no, I'm not a Senior", clerk casually apologizes and adds the 10% back onto the order. Double whammy!!

    • Deborah Tyree
      Deborah Tyree Il y a 24 jours +2

      I think offering them a senior discount would be a nice slow burn. Our local Goodwill had to stop asking if customers qualified for the the senior discount because of irate customers who were INSULTED that the cashier thought they looked old. A few even contacted upper management to complain. So now if you are a senior you have to ASK for the discount to get it,

      TERESA OLSON Il y a 24 jours +16

      If you asked, did you want to show your ID to get your Senior Discount?” You could get the slam in without giving them the discount.

  • melissa saint
    melissa saint Il y a 24 jours +68

    If people only knew what being just a halfway decent, nice customer could get them.
    Once was taking some of my coworkers to a local mom and pop ice cream stand I'd been going to for a few years. DH (then boyfriend) and I would go on minidates there,
    and just be basically pleasant, patiently wait our turn, and tip. If no one was around, we'd ask about their day and gradually got to know them.
    So when it's my turn at the window,
    I'm like "How is your daughter doing with the physical therapy? I'm so glad she's getting her range of motion back! please tell her I'm thinking of her"
    I think the owner didn't realize the coworkers were with me. When I walk over to the picnic table, they all stare at my cone. "Wow" says one of them, "what size is that?"
    Me: "...a small?..."
    "How did you get so many sprinkles?? Do you pay more for that!?"
    It never even occured to me how much they had been suping up my "small cone with sprinkles" for years 💜

  • Lauralanthalasa
    Lauralanthalasa Il y a 24 jours +67

    I used to work at a coffee shop. One time in the evening, when there was no one else in line, a guy came in and ordered a coffee and bagel. His total was about $5. He reaches into his pocket and THROWS a handful of change on the counter (dimes, nickles, pennies, and few quarters.) with a grin on his face. He says "Count it, it's your job." Okay. So I start counting pennies, one two three..., stacking them, moving on to nickles. Oops, I lost count, gotta re-count the piles. Can't get this wrong, it's not my money. Plus, it is my job after all. He stood there annoyed but didn't say anything. He had told me to count it, so I was. I had not made his coffee yet either as we need payment first before they get product. My supervisor came by and saw what I was doing and just kept going. He knows I wouldn't do that if the guy didn't deserve it. So, after 5 minutes of counting his change and cashing him out, I then made his order. I hope he learned his lesson. My supervisor, coworkers, and I had a good laugh that night.

    • Marguerite Whitlock
      Marguerite Whitlock Il y a 20 jours +3

      I was working McDonald's drive through and someone chucked a bag full of change and said count it and drove off. They expected their change at the second window? Someone else did that when I was working the front too. Ridiculous, especially how they expected me to count it so quickly and acted irritated.

    • Icarus Binns
      Icarus Binns Il y a 22 jours +6

      Sounds like when I used to work at a McDonald’s, and a car full of high school jerks decided to pay for their $20+ order in nickels. So yes, I stood there at the window, carefully counting. Listening to them making all sorts of gross and suggestive remarks. The perfect bit was when I handed back their change, and to the driver, said, “Well, you’ve really changed from the way you used to be, Charlie. I’d hoped just a cute snuggly kid would be a sweetheart when he got older.” He looked confused… and then realized, I’m not his age. I babysat him when he was five!
      Even better, my sister was in the car behind them, with my dog.

    • Chris H
      Chris H Il y a 22 jours +1

      @Lauralanthalasa it is true to an extent, especially in times when people weren't trying to always get one over on someone else . But in today's society I can't stand by that rule all the time. Especially at places like Walmart

    • Lauralanthalasa
      Lauralanthalasa Il y a 22 jours +2

      @Chris H Yes. My boss once told me "The customer is always right. Even when they are wrong, they are right." I hate that.

    • Chris H
      Chris H Il y a 22 jours +4

      Unfortunately the USA has allowed the term "The Customer Is Always Right" to include being rude, obnoxious, and even criminal.

  • LeeMary Coziar
    LeeMary Coziar Il y a 24 jours +38

    Once I was in a Thai restaurant and the cashier asked how spicy I said bring it on! She turned around, gave the kitchen guys a thumbs up and they bust out laughing. Not gonna lie I was scared haha it was delicious even though it burned off part of my face it was so spicy 🥵
    One bar trick we used to use at my bar, if they complained the drink wasn’t strong enough, pour a few drops of the liquor directly down the straw. Worked every time.

    • ChippyChin
      ChippyChin Il y a 24 jours +3

      The straw trick is clever.

  • cocoanutt27
    cocoanutt27 Il y a 24 jours +109

    I always try to be pleasant with anyone working in customer service, hospitality, or the food service industries because I worked in two out of those three industries. I know how rude and/or stupid people can be when they view others as "less than human." It pays off, too. One time, I was with some friends at Denny's and I ordered a banana split for dessert. Unfortunately, the restaurant was out of bananas. Our waiter went through the trouble of making me a sundae with fresh berries instead and I swear, it was better than any banana split I had ever had. We all tipped extra because of his effort.

    • L M
      L M Il y a 24 jours +7

      I worked at Pizza Hut part time when I was at uni (a few years back now!) We were a small restaurant, and back of house portioned out the different size doughs the night before. When we were out of a size, that was it.
      If you were a nice customer ordering a regular, but we were out of that size, you got a large pizza instead at no extra cost! If you were REALLY nice, hey, we'll throw in an extra pizza for you to take home (since the dough is going to waste anyway), and it'll hopefully make up for the inconvenience! If you were a bad customer.... well, you got told to order the larger size at additional cost, or you could have a kiddy pizza.
      Our manager at that job was the best you could have. Most of us quit when our smaller store shut and we were transferred to the larger store in the shopping centre. We were no longer allowed to "bend the rules" like this.
      Joke's on the idiot who made that decision. We threw out so much wasted dough, unnecessarily. And do you know what happens to dough in a hot bin on the hot street in summer? 😂

  • Penell E
    Penell E Il y a 24 jours +138

    I worked as a manager in a restaurant years ago. People would eat half their meal then suddenly tell the staff it was awful. As I talked with the customers they demanded their meals be discounted or completely removed from their bills. The real kicker would be when they would say, "Can you box up the rest for my dog." To which I would reply (with a fake sincere look) "Absolutely not, I would never give anything to a dog that wasn't fit for a human." Then smile and walk away. I knew dang well they wanted free food and their leftovers...bahahaha!!! Now, how do they argue with me about my statement...they don't. PETTY at its finest 🤣🤣

    • Penell E
      Penell E Il y a 24 jours

      @Tary Sunshine...excellent idea!

    • Tary Sunshine
      Tary Sunshine Il y a 24 jours +4

      You should box them & put extra leftovers from other costumer as a gift for their dog

  • Noisey Cookie
    Noisey Cookie Il y a 24 jours +44

    "The customer is always right." ... is the stupidest phrase/slogan I ever heard and so wrong on so many levels. Homie don't play that.

    • Missj
      Missj Il y a 22 jours

      I don’t believe in the “the customer is always right” quite frankly when they complain, they’re always wrong

    • Lazy I Ranch
      Lazy I Ranch Il y a 24 jours

      @Penell E The "one bad apple" one is usually quoted wrong, too. Originally it's "One bad apple can spoil the whole barrel" but the Jackson 5 came out with a song that said the opposite:
      "One bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch girl,
      Oooh, give it one more try before you give up on love
      One bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch girl
      Oooh, I don't care what they say I don't care what you've heard"
      Nowadays people often misquote it, especially when talking about the police when they make excuses for bad behavior of a few cops. The cops who know about the "bad apples" and do nothing are guilty too.

    • Gloria Sheppard
      Gloria Sheppard Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Lazy I Ranch I didn't know that; thanks for the tidbit!

    • Penell E
      Penell E Il y a 24 jours +4

      It's like so many things, people will twist and turn situations and statements just to make THIER lives better.

    • znab
      znab Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Lazy I Ranch well....thank you for sharing that! That makes a lot more sense.

  • mackinac island
    mackinac island Il y a 24 jours +35

    I worked at my college's police department. When someone got their car towed they had to come to me to get this resolved. Little did they know I was also the person that called the tow lot to let them know someone was coming to get their car. If u were mean to me, I would sometimes "forget" to call. Would finally "remember" about 20 minutes later, longer depending how mean u were. Sometimes the person would walk back to the police station (about a block) wondering what was taking so long. Well, you guessed it, if they were still mean the entire process started all over again. I did this with full approval of the tow lot folks. Be nice. Just be nice. Not that difficult.

    • Bla Bla
      Bla Bla Il y a 10 jours

      The police that towed their car was likely an asshole, as police are notoriously corrupt, so I'm not going to assume people mean people just because they were rude to you when trying to get their car back.

  • GhostSparkles
    GhostSparkles Il y a 24 jours +60

    This is why I'm nice, whenever I'm in a shop or somewhere that sells produce, I always say thank you and wish them a nice day! They go through so much when serving the general public, hats off to them all!

    • Missj
      Missj Il y a 22 jours

      Exactly !

    • GhostSparkles
      GhostSparkles Il y a 24 jours +3

      @DarkWingman yeah! It literally doesn't hurt to be nice, don't know why some people think otherwise

    • DarkWingman
      DarkWingman Il y a 24 jours +7

      i agree. i'm always nice, even if i had a bad day or being pissed for some reason. in my experience, being an asshole doesn't get you anywhere.

    • Mrs. Dr. Spencer Reid
      Mrs. Dr. Spencer Reid Il y a 24 jours +6

      I concur ‼️

  • Allison T
    Allison T Il y a 24 jours +48

    As someone who works in a chronically understaffed fast food location, I would like to just say, be nice to the people taking your order, because sometimes they're also the one MAKING your order. I've lost track of the number of times I've soaked someone's breakfast in sauce after they complain that 'no one in the fucking place makes anything properly, I SAID EXTRA SAUCE'.

    • John James
      John James Il y a 19 jours

      @Keeley Sunn ha ha

    • Keeley Sunn
      Keeley Sunn Il y a 24 jours +3

      Only slightly related (because I don't think we were being assholes, just teens) but Somic did that to me one time and it was hilarious. My friends and I were driving to Sonic talking about what we wanted when I mentioned that I wanted a hot dog but with "an absolute f**k ton of mustard" (because I was a teen and cussing is edgy). So when my friends got to the window, that's how they ordered it and my lord, that's how it came. You couldn't even see the hot dog for all the mustard 😅

  • sandy9064
    sandy9064 Il y a 24 jours +63

    I worked as a pharmacy technician. The number of times I had people get cranky when we told them it would be 15 to 20 minutes to fill their prescription is through the roof. "All you have to do is slap a label on it!" How exactly do they think the information gets ON the label in the first place? We manually have to scan the script, and then choose the correct customer (heaven forbid we bill it to their father's name or someone not related but with the same name), choose the correct doctor and the correct office (Some MDs have 20+ locations in their profile, and we needed the right one if we were to send for refills when the original script ran out). Next, we have to make sure we pick the right drug. It wouldn't do to give someone instant release when their doctor wrote for extended release. We had to enter the quantity , number of refills, and calculate the correct days supply. This is all assuming we can actually read the doctor's writing if hand-written. It is also assuming the doctor wrote the script correctly. At least once a shift I had a script come through that was missing information (number of refills, quantity, or the days supply the MD wrote didn't match up with the quantity dispensed) or screwed up for some other reason like it being dated for the next day. I loved when they wrote for medications or strengths that didn't exist or it was a drug that was backordered from the manufacturer. Next, we get to the insurance. What's this? The last 3 insurances in the profile are expired? Let's search for a new one. Nope, nothing, but it's only found around 50% of the time. We need your card because you didn't tell us of the change. No insurance? Gosh, you should have mentioned that at the beginning. Let's toss a discount card in for you, because we're nice like that. After all that the pharmacist has to check it to make sure the data is entered correctly before it will fall back into the technician's queues. Then we can count it and "slap a label on it." However, the pharmacist still has to do a final check to make sure the drug we dispensed is correct. No need to kill someone with the wrong med, right? And if you were super rude, sighed, paced in front of the pharmacy, stared us down while we did our work, and complained to customers in line about how incompetent or slow we were then one pharmacist I worked with would make you wait another 10 to 15 minutes for the med just for an irritation tax (or ***hole tax as someone called it). I also learned to count reeeeeaaaaallllyyyy slow for these folks. 180 tablets? Oh, yeah. They were going to be there for a while. I'd even double count the ones I didn't need to. Let's not even get into situations where we had to call a patient's insurance company and hang on hold for 30 minutes to 90 minutes before we could speak to a representative. Slap a label on it my ***! Oh, and just as an FYI for people who think that electronically sent scripts auto populate in our system, they don't. We still have to do all of the above steps. It's just a faster way to get the information to a pharmacy and more legible than an MD's handwriting...still lots of errors in the data sent, though. Vent over. I've taken up too much space. Sorry!

    • MultiK
      MultiK Il y a 21 jour

      @sandy9064 yeah, the new staff has only been here two months but it's already so much better. I can handle things being late (if they are polite and give me accurate time frames), I can handle them being a little forgetful so long as they don't give me attitude for asking questions, and they don't hang up on us anymore. So they're more like a normal pharmacy now.
      It probably says something that management fired everyone. As in not a single person kept their job.

    • sandy9064
      sandy9064 Il y a 21 jour +2

      @MultiK Sounds like you had a staff that has been overworked so much and was so understaffed they just gave up. It's been an absolute nightmare, and that was pre-pandemic. No excuses for the behavior, but I had days where I was so overwhelmed I wanted to run crying out of the store and never go back. Big corporate wants to see how many hours they can cut and still get the work done. Never mind our blood pressures and stress levels are through the roof. So many stories came out during the pandemic about pharmacist suicides. It was horrible. Hope they find you a good staff.

    • MultiK
      MultiK Il y a 21 jour

      So I live pretty close to an awful pharmacy, and my job is literally right next to it. They are so awful that the upper management just fired literally everyone in the store, and had to rehire all of the positions.
      Like, they'd say the prescription would be ready by a certain time the next day. You come an hour after the time they stated, and they haven't even started it. They say they can get it done in 15mins and so you come back after a half hour and it's still not done. (So you call Monday morning and they say it will be ready by 2 on Tuesday. You show up at 3 on Tuesday and they haven't even started. They say they'll start now and it will be ready in 15. You come back at 330, and it's still not ready. You don't get your prescription until 345. And that's the best case scenario. Multiple times I've come in on days that it was supposed to be ready, and told to come back the next day. But it's still not ready the next day. So have to come back a third day, and sometimes even a fourth or fifth day).
      If something goes wrong and your prescription can't be filled, they don't reach out to let you know. You have to go to them and getting info out of them is like pulling teeth. They give the bare minimum to exactly answer the question you asked, they don't volunteer helpful info. (I have a disability. One of my docs ordered a prescription for me, and then I waited weeks for a call to say it's ready. My disability makes it hard for me to keep track of time and communicate in person (I get overwhelmed). So I went to ask if it was ready. The guy just said no, and then he stared at me. I waited for a bit and then asked when it was going to be ready. He sighed and then did something at the computer and then told me that my prescription wasn't covering it. And then he just looked at me, like he was waiting for me to leave. I have super anxiety so he was making me anxious. I asked what my next steps should be - like, do I call my insurance or my doctor or is that something the pharmacy does. And he just gave me some attitude and said it's not our job. At that point I just left.)
      And you always have to show up in person, because when you called they'd let it ring for 30-60mins, and then frequently hung up on you while you were still speaking with them.
      So a lot of people got really angry with the staff, and complained loudly and sometimes got angry with them. (One time I overheard a man yelling at them for giving him a prescription that he was allergic to).
      I have no doubt the reason everyone got fired because customers were complaining so much. So, sometimes pharmacy workers suck. (I wouldn't be mad about it taking forever, so long as you gave me an accurate timeframe, or add an extra 30-60mins if your really unsure. I don't want to be told it'll be 15mins and think that's not so bad I can wait and then I'm stuck there for an hour).

    • Gloria Sheppard
      Gloria Sheppard Il y a 22 jours +1

      @Squirrel Nutkins Me either!! I'm 63.

    • Gloria Sheppard
      Gloria Sheppard Il y a 22 jours

      I wouldn't be a pharmacist in a million years -- kudos.

  • GiGi W.
    GiGi W. Il y a 24 jours +18

    My Service Dog had an accident in Walmart once. Lord, how embarrassing! As we were waiting for clean- up (they kept telling me not to touch it) I got out a bag and wet wipes and cleaned it. The workers turned around and said they, we don't see anything. I told them that's how you know a true Service Dog handler. They'll clean the mess.

    • J Worth
      J Worth Il y a 3 jours

      How bizarre they kept telling you not to touch it. As you say, us true service dog owners are always prepared and would never expect someone else to clean up after our dogs. (I’m sure that was a very out of character thing for your dog. Hope he/she was okay.)

  • msdeviantdizzy
    msdeviantdizzy Il y a 24 jours +81

    10% off vs. a lifetime memory of being called old = no contest in the petty department. Totally worth the 10% off, that happy feeling you get from a discount fades quickly...the insult, not so much.

    • msdeviantdizzy
      msdeviantdizzy Il y a 22 jours +1

      @dianne lavoie It definitely varies from person to person- my mom is the exact same as you while I myself would be crushed. Mom actually gets excited when people automatically give it to her. Definitely different strokes for different folks.

    • dianne lavoie
      dianne lavoie Il y a 22 jours +1

      I used to get that at a local pizza place. I was short and my hair was already greying, so the guy at the counter would assume I was a senior (wasn't quite there yet), and just automatically give me the senior discount. No complaints from me.

    • Mel
      Mel Il y a 24 jours

      @Kat Odd Perhaps you wouldn't. But most would.

    • Kimmy is Green
      Kimmy is Green Il y a 24 jours +4

      At my job I would loudly ask is it seniors day for you?

    • Kat Odd
      Kat Odd Il y a 24 jours +1

      I wouldn't be bothered at all if somebody thinks I'm old. Its not really an insult to be seen as mature in my opinion

  • widgets mom
    widgets mom Il y a 24 jours +74

    Retired (more served my time 😆)from a well known "home improvement" business. So many stories I could tell. I was not even 5 ft away from this Karen, who knew I was there, break 2 very nice glass globes. She immediately turned to me and said "I didn't do that. They were already like that before she got there and if you think you're going to charge me....you got another think coming MISSY! ( not my name) I just smiled at her and walked away to get the things to clean it up. She went through the whole store loudly complaining that had accused her of breaking something she did not break and just watch and see if pay! One of our long time great customers told her to shut the f*$# up and everyone knew she was a lying bitch! 🤣 After she left I thanked my friend for saying what I could not say and he said "Anytime". She's also the one that snaps her fingers and yells Hey you even though we have nametags and she knows us. One of my co-
    workers told her hey you didn't work there and kept on walking. She stood there with her mouth moving, no words coming out

  • Onyx1345
    Onyx1345 Il y a 24 jours +34

    I think everyone needs that one retail or service industry job their senior year of high school, or the summer right afterwards… The experience has a habit of making people treat others more like people later.

  • Teeglor
    Teeglor Il y a 24 jours +9

    As someone who doesn’t care about the calorie count: thanks for the extra fries and up-sized drinks Cindy! 😋😘

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours

      Yeah i would love that, especially since e my daughter usually eats most of my fries anyway 😂😂

    • Frank J
      Frank J Il y a 24 jours +1

      Yeah! Was thinking the same.

  • Ron DeForest
    Ron DeForest Il y a 24 jours +27

    I worked in retail for 11 years in various jobs at the same store. I’ve just determined some people are being dicks because they’re just dicks. Others are having a bad day and just want to bring us down to their level. Either way I always spoke to them in the best manner I could muster. The shittier they were the nicer I was. That would piss them off something fierce. Always made me smile.

    • L M
      L M Il y a 24 jours

      Kill ‘em with kindness. Whenever I do something nice for another driver, like flashing them through a junction first when I technically have right of way, and they don’t say thank you - I just LOVE hanging my head out the window with a big fat YOU’RE WELCOME SWEETIE! The glares I get are hilarious, but they can hardly complain because I’m not exactly being rude.

  • Lily Wickham
    Lily Wickham Il y a 24 jours +72

    The first part where they’re talking about the employee that makes good pretty sundaes for good customers and messy ones for bad is ME and true. My favorite is when there’s one overly rude person at the table and they get dessert along with someone else who gets the same thing and they both come to the table obviously different. I can’t lose my job over perfection I get paid $6 so this is how I hit them where it hurts. 😂🤣😭

    • Bree Werner
      Bree Werner Il y a 21 jour +1

      @Brad1980 tell me you’ve never worked in customer service without telling me you never worked in customer service

    • veganleigh
      veganleigh Il y a 22 jours

      @Brad1980 Have you ever worked in the food industry?

    • Keeley Sunn
      Keeley Sunn Il y a 24 jours

      @Brad1980 not every sundae can be perfect, dude. You can't get someone in trouble because their dessert wasn't aesthetic enough

    • MashuTora
      MashuTora Il y a 24 jours

      @Gina To be fair, in another comment thread, they mentioned following the golden rule. Generally, it is to treat others as you wish to be treated. They just don't find the pettiness of the employees appealing, and I can see why. But, obviously, I also think that customers shouldn't be so difficult in the first place.

    • Gina
      Gina Il y a 24 jours +6

      @Brad1980 Lol did you realize you're the kind of Karen this entire video is about? One of these service situations seem familiar to you?

  • g m
    g m Il y a 24 jours +27

    I can tolerate EXTREMELY hot food, but even I know you never challenge a cook!

    • tina wyatt
      tina wyatt Il y a 10 jours +1

      Although that was how the potato chip was invented. Some guy kept returning his fries because they were too thick. Finally the chef got fed up and cut them up as thin as possible, deep fried them and had him eat them with his hands which was insult at that time.

    • Elizabeth Stachura
      Elizabeth Stachura Il y a 24 jours +4

      Because most chef's will throw down the don't challenge me bitch challenge.

  • Nat S
    Nat S Il y a 23 jours +8

    I've always found that being nice has gotten me everything I've ever needed and often people throw in good advice or even freebies sometimes. I don't know where people get the idea that being a complete nightmare is going to get you more in life....

    • John Southwell
      John Southwell Il y a 20 jours +2

      exactly - if your are nice, people will help you if they can

  • Jaistashu
    Jaistashu Il y a 24 jours +86

    I used to work in a clothing store. Not a department store, but a smaller mall store. A lot of our customers were entitled, but this particular one... She walked into the store 15ish minutes before we closed and proceeded to shop at her own sweet pace. We closed and locked the doors at closing, and she was still shopping! Her husband and kid came to the door and knocked so I let them in. The kid said, "Mom, everywhere is closing!" The mom said, "It's okay, Honey. Mommy's special." I rarely want to yank a customer by her hair out the door, but this was one of those rare times....

    • tina wyatt
      tina wyatt Il y a 5 jours

      How funny it would be if she said that and she was dragged out by the hair. Then the husband being like “You were saying?” That or just leave her locked in the store.

    • Jasmer C
      Jasmer C Il y a 10 jours +1

      I worked in a restaurant that closed at 10pm sharp. If you walked in before the doors locked, you got served and got to take as long as you wanted. However, the kitchen still started cleaning up, bricking down the grill, and dumping food so the available menu shrunk exponentially with every minute you took dilly dallying instead of ordering. Oh, sorry Kevin, the cooks just told me they've thrown out the gravy and already wrapped up the leftovers. How about a nice quesadilla instead?

    • John James
      John James Il y a 19 jours +2

      E-Specially RUDE!

    • smithwez1101
      smithwez1101 Il y a 22 jours +1

      Sounds like my ex sister in law. Wish you had pulled her hair out

    • piiinkDeluxe
      piiinkDeluxe Il y a 23 jours

      @Loki Cooper 💡 smart 🤓

  • a process of change
    a process of change Il y a 24 jours +41

    I'm nearly 48. If someone said I looked over 55, I would be absolutely gutted. It's an excellent way to get back at Karen's lol

    • Celia Shen
      Celia Shen Il y a 24 jours

      @CC Also, screw that salesguy.

    • Celia Shen
      Celia Shen Il y a 24 jours

      @CC No, it was a hotel we stayed at in Taiwan. The guests in the next room were chatting us up. Dude turns to me and asks< "So what are you and your older sister here for?"
      I guess my life adventures were a bit more intense Mom's.

    • CC
      CC Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Celia Shen was it someone trying to sell your mom something? This happened to me. It was at one of those little kiosks in the middle of the aisle of the mall where they come up to you and try to force you to take samples and listen to their sales pitch. He was like “for you and your sister” to my mom. I was in high school and didn’t look a day over 17 (baby freckles and all) and my mom had me later in life so she was around 50. In no world did we look like sisters, but this guy thought he could lure us into listening to his sales pitch if he “complimented” my mom about how young she looked (which she does and she’s beautiful, but she doesn’t look like my sister lol). Didn’t work. We’re not stupid. Plus, he obviously thought I was much younger than I was because if he knew I was in high school, then he should’ve known that mistaking me for a sister of a 50 woman at 17 would NOT help him make a sale. But he obviously assumed that if he was gonna make money off of us, it would be from my mom and not me. He assumed wrong 🤡 - I’m the big spender. I have to talk my mom into splurging for herself once in a while 💅🏻 Screw him and his empty, sales-driven compliments.

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours

      @Chloe Zapata just trying to be helpful, I don’t worry about aging but I know it effects some people very badly 😊😊😊

  • Rheverend
    Rheverend Il y a 24 jours +7

    I would be so embarrassed if my kid made a huge mess in a store! There’s no way I’d leave it for someone else to clean up, and if it was something I couldn’t clean up, like broken glass, I would hand the employee some cash as payment for the extra work and apologize profusely

  • Demonzanddollz
    Demonzanddollz Il y a 24 jours +63

    I had a phone screen repaired after falling at work, and the tech stole my SIM card. I was injured and had to drive with a boot to get a replacement at the store. I was miserable, bawling my eyes out, and panicking. The story employee gave me the number to the repair company, and was super sweet. I called the repair and he got fired for theft. Another customer in the store was being a jerk to the clerk, and was ignored. You can be upset and still be kind.

    • Squirrel Nutkins
      Squirrel Nutkins Il y a 24 jours

      @Tary Sunshine to what purpose? What’s he gaining from stealing a SIM?

    • Squirrel Nutkins
      Squirrel Nutkins Il y a 24 jours

      @Brad1980 it is stunning. Small country but glaciers and rain forests. Geysers, stunning waterfalls, unspoilt coastlines that 80% of the population live within 30 minutes of. Stunning fjords, mountains, just so lucky to have moved here.

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Squirrel Nutkins you live in new zeal and? Wow, it’s so beautiful there

    • Fairyspun Fibers
      Fairyspun Fibers Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Tary Sunshine
      No, no, no, luv! He's a *Darren*, not a Karen! 😄

    • Demonzanddollz
      Demonzanddollz Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Squirrel Nutkins they're not expensive but my job is reliant on my phone (transportation). It made my phone completely unusable. There is absolutely NO REASON TO TAKE A SIM CARD. 😆 One dumbass move took his job.

  • lee
    lee Il y a 24 jours +9

    After spending half of my working life in kitchens, I know what goes on. I had asked for ranch dressing on my salad, and the waiter brings me one with Italian. I ask for a fresh salad with my ranch and when he brought it back all smiling, I told him to wait. I tipped the plate to the side and held the salad in place with my fork. Sure enough, the Italian dressing comes dripping through. His smile disappeared, but I told him it wasn't that big of a deal, but to cancel the rest of my order.

  • Yanga Noyedwa
    Yanga Noyedwa Il y a 24 jours +11

    After watching so many videos on being petty l finally turned petty. My supervisor at work has this thing of overloading me with other people's work or moving me from my assigned tasks to something else and if l try to explain l have 6 things to do today she gets angry .So last week l did the extra stuff slowly and thoroughly & left my assignments undone & her supervisor called her & she got shouted at for moving me around in the first place when she had other staff members less busy. l am here for the petty

  • SC Loftin
    SC Loftin Il y a 24 jours +15

    Six years ago I was working Apple Care support tech and had the fun of sitting next to a "Tier Two" who told the customer in the most polite manner that what they wanted could not be done. The person wanted their phone replaced but did not have the phone to send in. They'd tossed it out of the car and then not retrieved it. And then explained patiently that he was the supervisor. Of course, my first troubleshooting call was helping a very upset and polite teen retrieve her prom pictures ... We succeeded without handing it off to the next tier.

  • CeceRyder
    CeceRyder Il y a 24 jours +54

    Awww thanks for another video girl, much love. Having a bit of a rough day, the rain also doesn't help so it's like extra emotional for me. For some reason when I work out or eat now your videos are what I enjoy tuning into. Go out and treat yourself today, you work so hard to keep us laughing and coming back for more. Bless your beautiful heart. 😍 🙌

    • Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics!
      Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics! Il y a 23 jours

      Hey! G'day from Australia, and I just want you to know that, no matter how bad things may seem, it DOES get better. Sending you happy thoughts & I wish you all the best. You've got this. 😁

    • CeceRyder
      CeceRyder Il y a 24 jours

      @Elizabeth C girl yes!!! 😀

    • Elizabeth C
      Elizabeth C Il y a 24 jours +1

      'Hey Everybody' always brightens my day🤗

    • CeceRyder
      CeceRyder Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Hotdog Water oh absolutely! Her reactions are golden too. 🤣

    • Hotdog Water
      Hotdog Water Il y a 24 jours +4

      Fr charlotte’s laugh can always bring my mood up

  • ♥ just nini xox ♥
    ♥ just nini xox ♥ Il y a 24 jours +22

    The story of the sundae reminds me when i worked in a thai restaurant. We served pokthai so when a rude client ordered a teriyaki salmon pokthai i always put the salmon that was just looking bad and i was only throwing the vegetables in the bowl instead of putting it perfectly and the nice customers i always did out extra salmon and making literally a piece of art😂

  • Sarah Gilman
    Sarah Gilman Il y a 24 jours +24

    I got my tie dye petty sweatshirt the other day and everything I wear it out, I always get asked by someone if that is from Charlotte Dobre. People know you girl. People love you. Love the sweatshirt by the way.

  • Allen Johnstone
    Allen Johnstone Il y a 24 jours +77

    My Dad worked in the kitchen of a big hotel back in the 60's. Some of the horror stories he told me from back then made me appreciate the waiters more and to really thankful. My way of voicing my disapproval was in the tip.

    • Sage D
      Sage D Il y a 20 jours

      I and a friend of mine went to a Dave and busters in my city several Years ago While there I had gotten hungry my friend and I and her boyfriend who joined us met up at a sports bar that was on one of the lower floors of the arcade now I get it. It's a sports bar But the thing is how you get your tip Is not by completely and totally ignoring the paying customer because there's a basketball game on If you're that much invested in the game did in the game here's a novel idea record it order watch it later.
      Not only did it take forever for me to get a menu for the meal I spent the entire meal With one drink Trying to flag the guy down get his attention off the stupid TV so he could earn money The managers were just as bad 2 of them stood not even 6' away from me Paying more attention to the game than the customer that was starting to get rather annoyed Now I didn't necessarily go Karen on this guy Because that's not me But I paid for the food that I got because the food was good But the server got a big fat freakin Zero for a tip. Now I've been to Dave and Buster's sentence and never had an issue.

    • katri heiskanen
      katri heiskanen Il y a 23 jours

      Like he was otherwise nice and we had a otherwise good experience in that restaurant, but we had to pay with cards because we only had canadian cash because we were going to Canada. But he didn't even explain anything. He basically Said here is your bill and would you like to add tip (but instead of tip he used some other word). And when we asked what that other word meant he did not explain it. We understood only after that first person paid that he meant tip and we others tipped because we did not know If it was customary to tip in England and we did not want to Be looked at rudely...

    • L M
      L M Il y a 24 jours

      @katri heiskanen Sorry you had a bad experience, but tipping is not compulsory or expected in the UK. I do personally tip for good service but I definitely won’t for bad service.
      Maybe it was a language issue when he was trying to explain it? If you tip by card in the UK, the restaurant gets taxed on it, so therefore the waiter loses a percentage of the tip. Whereas cash is generally more acceptable because it’s not taxed (unless you declare it 🤪) and the waiter can just pocket it.

    • S Jam
      S Jam Il y a 24 jours +1

      @katri heiskanen English people are normally polite and very patient. Sorry this happened to you, but I think it might have been someone who wasn't English (maybe he was but it is very not english like).

    • katri heiskanen
      katri heiskanen Il y a 24 jours

      @No Siree when i searched from google, it Said that you do tip in England in certain places/circumstances. Oh and i think The word he used was gratuity...

  • Kim Orris
    Kim Orris Il y a 24 jours +10

    Common sense (sadly, NOT so common these days) should tell everyone to NEVER mistreat someone who handles our food or drink out of our view. The things I have seen while working in food service... OMG. Luckily for the culprits, there were no convenient video-making devices available back in those days. 😉

  • caljones
    caljones Il y a 24 jours +13

    “The customer is always right in matters of taste.” If you want puke green pants and a bright orange shirt, with hot pink shoes, and they are all available to buy, that’s what the saying means. Not defy the laws of physics

  • Lindsey Blankenship
    Lindsey Blankenship Il y a 24 jours +8

    When you read the “55 or older gets %10” I perked up because I work there too! It’s fun to see the people 70+ be excited if I ask them if they’re 55+ but the people Karen age get defensive when I try to get them a discount 😂

  • Mark Harris
    Mark Harris Il y a 24 jours +20

    When I worked in catering at one hotel we had a vile multimillionaire estate agent that would come in 10 minutes after we closed. For the Brits it was the one sent to prison for the 16 year old, the one who used to be in his commercials. Horrendous stuff used to happen to his food. I never did it, but don’t upset the chef who is cooking your food.
    One of the biggest tricks is to get the plates as hot as you can before they crack. Then you say to the customer "Please be careful, the plates are red hot." Almost invariably people used to touch them because the heat they could feel radiating up to their face is never enough.

  • Julia Runn
    Julia Runn Il y a 24 jours +8

    I’m really looking forward to this bc I recently was yelled at by a customer. She seemed to feel bad for it and tried to say that she gets loud bc she’s “hearing impaired”. Here’s the kicker…I’m Deaf. She refused to look me in the eye when I told her I’m deaf. 💀💀

    • Bridget Hamann
      Bridget Hamann Il y a 24 jours +1

      Same!! I had a customer, after I spent a good amount of time trying to help her, walk away and tell her boyfriend that I didn’t know what she was talking about because I couldn’t hear her, I piped up and said “I heard you quite well, thank you very much!”. She went silent, really fast. Needless to say, I never saw her again, but I’ll tell ya, I’m a super nice person, but that was satisfying for a deaf person!! 🧏🏼‍♀️

  • Bryelle Bernard
    Bryelle Bernard Il y a 24 jours +57

    I work in a bakery and I have this customer that comes in all the time with ridiculous requests. Once she wanted pumpkin muffins with extra powdered sugar on them, so when putting her box together I took the tray and put the extra sugar on it. The box was filled to the brim with the sugar. You couldn't even see the muffins after I was done with it lol.

    • Tary Sunshine
      Tary Sunshine Il y a 24 jours +6

      @Brad1980 Karen alert 🤣

    • Bryelle Bernard
      Bryelle Bernard Il y a 24 jours +7

      @Brad1980 did I ever say I was rude to the customer? No. Now get outta here Karen. Also stop liking your own comments. You literally got a like just seconds after posting which means you're the one who liked it.

    • zan c
      zan c Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Bryelle Bernard LOL. ^_^

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Bryelle Bernard there is never any excuse to be rude to a customer, that makes you and the company look bad

    • Bryelle Bernard
      Bryelle Bernard Il y a 24 jours +6

      @zan c yeah 😂. Don't get me wrong I'm not a mean worker, I never speak rudely to a customer and I always help when a customer needs help. She is just something special. I thought it was pretty funny that she was actually happy for the extra sugar I gave her lol.

  • Marita Sue
    Marita Sue Il y a 24 jours +5

    About the spicy wings story:
    There was a wonderful chef in my town, born in Hong Kong. He served various cuisines in his restaurant, including my favorite curry ever; it was sort of a fusion of Indian and Chinese flavors. One day a group came in together, and one guy apparently wanted to impress everyone. There were 5 levels of “hot” with all the spicy dishes, and Chef Kwan’s “mild” was plenty spicy for most customers. This guy insisted on level 5. Kwan came hurrying from the kitchen and tried to talk the customer down to maybe a 3. Nope. Kwan suggested a small sample first. Nope.
    So, in due time, out came the hottest curry ever. Yeh, the guy was red faced and sweating, but still did his best to eat, for a few bites anyway.
    The waiter brought an extra bowl of plain rice to help, and that was what the customer ate for dinner.

  • Russell R
    Russell R Il y a 24 jours +10

    During a fuel crisis in the UK , everyone was struggling to get petrol for a couple of weeks I flew in and had booked a Hire Car , the Car hire company had sent a communication stating that they would where possible provide a full tank of fuel, but as they too were struggling for fuel this may not be possible but at least half a tank would be provided. I arrived at the desk and there was another customer in front of me the guy on the desk acknowledge me and said he would be with me shortly I responded it was no problem. The guy in front was loudly demanding a full tank of fuel .the guy serving tried to explain but the customer was just being pretty obnoxious, eventually he went off with a car that was half full as the customer service person said that was the best he had. When it was my turn to be served he apologised for the delay again I said no problem and I wasn't sure how he kept his patience. I had to smile as he informed me my car had a full tank of Fuel !

  • Amy Lee
    Amy Lee Il y a 24 jours +15

    I used to work in a bingo place. Karens + gambling + losing money + alcohol made for some pretty awful situations. This was way before the Karen term was around and back when my social anxiety was so high I didn't have the confidence to do anything. So glad I don't work there anymore.

  • K griffin
    K griffin Il y a 24 jours +21

    I love your videos charlotte!! You’ve kept me sane & laughing during a really difficult time. Ty for being petty & beautiful

  • Marie Knight
    Marie Knight Il y a 24 jours +15

    I’m just going to take a wild guess and assume that people who were baptized by the waitstaff every time probably thought the servers were just incompetent and didn’t really make the connection between their behavior and the “spilled” water, they most likely stopped going there because they thought the service sucked not because of their own behavior. But I hope they saw this post and actually learned from it although it’s highly unlikely

  • Cheaky
    Cheaky Il y a 24 jours +4

    Growing up in the Bronx, it was very common to witness people being EXTREMELY rude to people at Chinese take out places (making fun of/mimicking their accents). Being that I worked at a fast food restaurant from 14-18 years old, I knew how Stupid this was to do! I would never do something like that because I have morals and home training! However take it from me, Never Ever f-with people who prepare your food! I've witnessed horrible things! From the best restaurants to food trucks, I'm always courteous, patient, and tip well! If you're not happy with your food, don't send it back and don't eat there again! It's not right that it has to be that way, but it's better than winding up in the ER! 🤒🤕🤢🤧😷💀💀💀💀💀

  • Eliza Bassett-Wilson
    Eliza Bassett-Wilson Il y a 24 jours +5

    The only two times I’ve sent food back was once because I was picking up food for a group and the pasta still had shrimp on it (even though I had made it very clear that that dish was for someone who was ALLERGIC- Like, trip to the emergency room allergic) and one because I was served strawberry daiquiri that was heavy on the rum. I had ordered it as virgin… because I was 13…

  • Tara Martin
    Tara Martin Il y a 24 jours +10

    When I worked in retail we had a code. "Have a super day!" meant 'eat me' and "Have the day you deserve" was reserved for what we now call Karens. I was the Assistant Manager as the Manager was a floater for multiple stores. We would happy dance when the Karens turned to leave the store. It was GLORIOUS.

    • Tara Martin
      Tara Martin Il y a 24 jours +1

      @powers1217 I am sad to not have thought of that, and I bow to your ability to last longer than a year in that apex of retail hell.

    • powers1217
      powers1217 Il y a 24 jours +2

      If you say “f*ck you very much” fast enough and mumble it, it sounds like “tyvm” 😈 I worked at a store that rhymes with “wall fart” for 3 1/2 years. Karens everywhere because the store managers would give them whatever they wanted if they complained.

  • NA Russell
    NA Russell Il y a 24 jours +13

    I met my first Karen today and I almost went myself laughing.

  • Sugar Sweet
    Sugar Sweet Il y a 24 jours +4

    Yeah, I had an interesting experience with a costumer service worker. It was Prom and we pulled up to a Dutch Bros drive through at like 9 at night. No one was there expect for one car ahead of us. There was so many of us that we took two cars. So we were sitting in the drive through as the girl taking orders was talking to the car in front of us. Clearly it was one of her friends because she proceeded to talk to them for 15 minutes knowing that we were all waiting in line for her. We might have been slightly petty and decided to have a music war between the two cars. Both of the cars we had taken sat there and blasted music as we screamed the songs at each other while she tried to talk to her friend. Her manager heard us through the windows called her inside and scolded her (all which we could see through the windows) and then she finally came and took our order. I get that you want to visit your friend, but if your gonna not do your job because of it be prepared to have some back lash lol

  • Astridia
    Astridia Il y a 24 jours +18

    Okay, you have sold me on the dusty rose sweatshirt! I was iffy about the color because I thought it looked more salmon-y on the shop site, but it is looks gorgeous on you!! Thank you for the laughs as well, work has me burnt out lately but I love watching your videos on breaks to help me get through the long days!

    • g m
      g m Il y a 24 jours +1

      Watching on breaks when I get the chance...same!

  • Karen Cotlar
    Karen Cotlar Il y a 24 jours +8

    My husband is an attorney, and I manage his front office including answering the phones. Pretty frequently clients or other attorneys are really rude to me while being nice to my husband because obviously I’m just a lowly assistant not worthy of their courtesy. I always enjoy the look on their faces when they come in to the office and my husband makes a special point of introducing me as his wife. They are usually very nice to after that!

  • Ellie Lindloff
    Ellie Lindloff Il y a 24 jours +5

    I remember i was like 8 and walking into a Kohls changing room once, with just pukes of clothes everywhere. This poor attendant lady told me to use a different one while she cleaned it. My mom made sure I put everything back on hangers before placing them on the return rack. The attendant lady said thank you when we left, she was still cleaning up the room. That was almost 20 years ago and I have never left clothes in a changing room, unless told to do so by staff.

  • John Christiansen
    John Christiansen Il y a 24 jours +13

    Had one difficult IT customer Karen (office manager) get too snippy and accusatory with me, so I emailed her that, because she was dissatisfied with my work, my firm would send someone else from them on.
    - I am well known for fixing IT problems in 1/3 the time on any other tech, and resolving issues when no one else in our firm can. (People actually cheered "John's back! John's back!" for me at another client.)
    - After 11 months of other technicians supporting her firm, she was so nice to me when I eventually came back for a service call.

  • Cait Corcoran
    Cait Corcoran Il y a 24 jours +4

    Loooove this vid! I’ve been working on my petty & Charlotte you are just so helpful!
    I’m currently bartending & we pour heavy at my place. When people complain about their drink not being strong enough 🙄 I dead ass re-make it with LESS booze than the original. More often than not they condescendingly inform me how much better it is 😸😸

  • Chrissy Lee
    Chrissy Lee Il y a 24 jours +11

    @Charlotte Dobre I am so thankful that you upload every day! I have a lot of health challenges and just recently moved into my own place after living in a medical facility for over 3 years. Your videos always make me smile so much! Even if it is a bad pain/sick day, you can always make me feel better. Thank you so much!!🧡

  • possim
    possim Il y a 24 jours +6

    I used to work customer service at a tech company. People who called in and were nice usually got better treatment than the rude ones. We do have special deals that we gave to customers who were unsatisfied, or we messed up in some way. Nice people always got extra stuff when talking to me. Rude people still got taken care of, but i didn't share the free service with them.

  • WeedGrandma
    WeedGrandma Il y a 24 jours +6

    Anytime my daughter knocks stuff down at the store I make her pick it up. These people do not get paid enough to deal with anyone's shitty little toddler

  • Shannon Phillips
    Shannon Phillips Il y a 24 jours +6

    You could always say, “Ugh! My manager has implemented a new thing where we have to card people for the senior discount now.” Lol, then they can’t come back and buy a whole bunch of stuff!

  • TRS-80 Fanclub
    TRS-80 Fanclub Il y a 24 jours +9

    Army rules number 1 and 2, Dont mess with your cooks, and dont mess with your payroll admins.

  • Princess_Vipsan
    Princess_Vipsan Il y a 24 jours +5

    I just wanted to share a moment that happend today to me at work. I worked to day at a game and this kid won this big chocolate (has smaller chocolate inside) and I handed it over and they opens it. The kid comes up to me and gives me a candy from the win! It made my day ❤

  • Noah
    Noah Il y a 24 jours +9

    I had to resist the urge to be petty and rude when someone started banging on our door on the dementia unit then made the other floor call us when they LEFT after banging to tell us to be ready for him at the door and then he banged AGAIN...and was rude AF to me about it. I was helping my patients with something which was why I missed it the first time and tried to figure out who the fuck was just banging on the door. He was there to deliver an air mattress, so like necessary, but chill and stop ordering people around. Just ask me. I was already going to do it anyway.

    • Christina M.
      Christina M. Il y a 24 jours +1

      Jesus, talk about a run on sentence. What the hell? Grammar can be your friend mate.

  • Megan Roller
    Megan Roller Il y a 24 jours +4

    I know when I worked in the service industry the worst the customer the more lack of empathy I had for them. I know there is times where you have to be firm (I had this issue when I redid my home loan in 2020. I called 15 times in a month period because the paperwork kept getting rejected and they kept telling the wrong things they needed until I snapped and requested a manager, after the 3rd time calling I started to take notes and I told her who I spoke to, what day and time I called, how long that call took, and what they said I needed to do to resolve the issue. I did that to cover my ass so I wouldn't loose my house). But overall it isn't worth it to be rude to customer service, you don't even have to be nice, you just have to be courteous and polite. Being someone who use to work in call centers I took more verbal abuse at work in the 5 years of full time hours plus mandatory over time than I did in 16 years of being raised a narcissistic child abuser (she at least would disappear for short periods of time).

    BELLA'S MOM Il y a 24 jours +3

    I was once offered senior discount but I was still being ID' ed going to bars (must be idea if you look 25 or under). And the interaction with the clerk was perfectly pleasant. So now I am wondering why she was angry with me. I of course corrected her because I wouldn't fraudulently accept a discount.

  • Ketutar Jensen
    Ketutar Jensen Il y a 23 jours +2

    Reminds me of a story I read when I was little.
    The boy king of France had a tutor, and they used to take walks in the garden. The tutor was always very kind and polite to the gardeners. One day the king asked him why, because one didn't need to consider the gardeners as people. They were mere gardeners. The tutor responded, "I would be ashamed if people saw a mere gardener had better manners than I".

  • Flying Now
    Flying Now Il y a 24 jours +18

    At home sick today and this is just what needed to start my day. A dose of "Hey Everybody".

    • Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics!
      Beelzebubbles - Hail Satin! Prince of Shiny Fabrics! Il y a 23 jours +1

      It adds that little bit of wholesome brightness, no matter how bad the day might be.

    • Flying Now
      Flying Now Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Brad1980 at least I'm still above ground. 😆

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours

      We all know you are faking it haha

    • Micha None
      Micha None Il y a 24 jours +2

      Get well soon!

    • g m
      g m Il y a 24 jours +5

      Feel better soon! Weather is getting too nice to be under it.

  • אביב חדד
    אביב חדד Il y a 24 jours +9

    I work in Starbucks and if you're annoying you're getting decaffeinated!!

  • John Southwell
    John Southwell Il y a 24 jours +7

    as the old saying goes - "you catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar". If you are nice, they try to help you. It's simple - treat people as you would want to be treated

    • EclipseLleuad
      EclipseLleuad Il y a 20 jours

      @John Southwell no, I'm aware of that. I'm wondering about the facts of the statement itself, not the intention behind the saying (which is also questionable since I personally like sour foods). Like will you ACTUALLY catch more flies with honey than vinegar? Does the type of vinegar or honey affect this outcome? And what species of flies will it work on?
      For example, apple cider vinegar works extremely well on fruit flies.

    • John Southwell
      John Southwell Il y a 20 jours

      @EclipseLleuad it's the general idea, not specific instances - be nice and generally it will work

    • EclipseLleuad
      EclipseLleuad Il y a 21 jour

      How much truth is in that saying? I've always wondered. For example, to catch fruit flies, it's most effective to use apple cider vinegar.

    • Teela Kovacs
      Teela Kovacs Il y a 24 jours +2

      Yes this! It costs you nothing to be nice. Why pour your misplaced anger onto someone trying to do their job?

  • Anne Knudsen
    Anne Knudsen Il y a 24 jours +46

    I worked at a coffee shop for 2 summers. This was an area where very wealthy folk from a nearby city would spend their summers. Most were wonderful, however that 2 percent, oyyy! I had a woman come up to the cash register, I rang her up and watched while she picked out all of the pennies in her change purse and put them in the tip jar. I just stared in disbelief. Working behind a counter should be a mandatory service after graduating from high school.

    • Darren Robinson
      Darren Robinson Il y a 24 jours +2

      So let me get this straight, somebody gave you free money and you are still complaining about it 10 years later ?

    • Lawrence Crocker
      Lawrence Crocker Il y a 24 jours +3

      @Caroline Grova tips originally began by giving barmaids extra money at the beginning of the night to ensure prompt service. That is what a tip is for, for a job well done, for someone quick, efficient, helpful. That does not mean that every person working a cash register deserves a tip for doing simply pushing buttons. Do a service and do it well and sure i'll tip, but that does not mean you are entitled to it.

    • Katie Bodin
      Katie Bodin Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Lawrence Crocker It's people like you I would hand the tip back to and say you need it more than I do.

    • Gabby Alasia
      Gabby Alasia Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Caroline Grova I'm sorry but I have to agree with someone in here that it is a big world. There are other countries that exist outside of USA/Canada. In my country, it is NOT MANDATORY to tip. Most of the time, there is no tip jar but instead a jar or box plastered with a picture of a charity that the establishment supports. Some of it would even have "every penny counts" quotation (peso in our country's case). No one would get mad at you for not putting anything on it nor would they shame you nor talk behind your back.

    • Al Pak
      Al Pak Il y a 24 jours +2

      @Caroline Grova that’s rude of you. It is big world outside USA/Canada, where tips are not mandatory. In Spain we usually don’t tip.

  • InstigatedEye
    InstigatedEye Il y a 24 jours +5

    I had a lady yell at me for not bringing her extra ranch yesterday, uhm... She had added ranch as part of the pizza topping, she did not pay for it, and since she did not have it listed as an item, or as a "customer note", I did not see it. No ma'am, I do not keep ranch cups in my truck, ranch goes bad in the heat. Also, you didn't pay for it, so the computer did not tell me to bring it, because it wasn't on the receipt. You didn't tip either lady, on a 100 dollar order, no tip. I could have taken two other orders in her place, and gotten tipped for it. Mean.

  • Thoughts Outlet
    Thoughts Outlet Il y a 24 jours +13

    If I were that associate on Seniors Day, I’d wish the Karens a Happy Seniors Day and maybe next time you can use the discount (then don’t give her the discount if I see them again).”

  • Dave J
    Dave J Il y a 24 jours +2

    I still remember when I was at Wendy's with my high-school age kids and the cashier gave me the over-55 discount... I was 48. I had a very mixed reaction... 10% off is nice, but dammit I'm not 55!!!! As I was in no way unkind, I'm all pleases and thank-yous with all service workers because I actually do appreciate them, I figure it was an innocent mistake... to a teenage or early-20's kid working a register, I imagine anyone over 40 looks to be on death's door

  • anonymus
    anonymus Il y a 22 jours +2

    When I was younger, I went to the movies with my mom and we noticed it was cheaper than usual. Then she noticed she was mistaken for senior citizen (She's not a Karen, but she was in her early 50s and didn't look particularly young that day). She marched back and demanded full price. After that, she did everything in her power to look younger. Diets, face lifts, etc. She succeeded after a lot of money and effort. Trust me, that 10% discount will sting and make them spend way more money in the long run.

  • Mama Petillo
    Mama Petillo Il y a 24 jours +8

    I spent far too much time in customer service jobs, over the years. I was good at them, in part because I was creative in finding ways to make it not only tolerable, but entertaining, when people were garden-variety rude.
    Of course, special cases always warranted special treatment 🤌🏼😁
    I no longer work in jobs dealing directly with (😬) “people”, but I’m still waiting for the statute of limitations to expire on some of the techniques that kept us all sane.
    Besides that, it seems creativity lives on in the service sector! Cheers🍻

    • Rockabelle
      Rockabelle Il y a 24 jours

      Would love to hear some of those stories!

  • Joy Allison
    Joy Allison Il y a 23 jours +2

    Having been a waitress in the past, I am always super nice and friendly with the wait staff. And I'm a good tipper. This was a lifesaver once. We were at a restaurant we ate at fairly often. My son ordered wings with no celery due to a celery allergy (weird I know). The food came out with celery. The waitress noticed first and took it back to the kitchen. She later told us the cook tried to just take the celery off the plate and send it back out. Thankfully both she and the manager saw this and fixed the issue. Evidently he was fairly new and didn't understand the severity of some food allergies. Like if it was a mild allergy we would have just taken it off the plate ourselves.

  • yaoiobsetion
    yaoiobsetion Il y a 24 jours +4

    I had these 2 old guys come through and I felt like being nice so I changed the price to the cheaper price and let them know, and the driver snapped "Why are you making it cheaper!?". So I said "Sorry sir, I'll change it back." And switched it back. It's dollar coffee days. He paid over 6 dollars where he could have paid about 3.

  • Elisha Paolini
    Elisha Paolini Il y a 24 jours +8

    I believe with all my heart that ppl hate looking old more than they like saving money.
    Sucks but it's true

    • Gloria Sheppard
      Gloria Sheppard Il y a 24 jours

      At 63, you could tell me I look 80, and I would literally have a stroke. Losing your youth is an adjustment in an of itself!

  • Here4Years
    Here4Years Il y a 24 jours +11

    One rule I absolutely live by: Never, ever, send food back.

    • John Christiansen
      John Christiansen Il y a 24 jours

      I usually just let the server know the food was wrong or inedible, and leave it on the plate.
      - Exception: when i am getting food for someone else.

    • A. Kenneth
      A. Kenneth Il y a 24 jours +2

      I did, once. Sweetbreads. I love ‘em. They’re supposed to be lightly breaded and sautéed until they are fluffy, then served right away. Mine were like skipping stones. I quietly asked the server for a new portion. They came back the same way. I didn’t say anything then, I just didn’t eat them.

    • Katie Allen
      Katie Allen Il y a 24 jours +1

      I have to sometimes. I'm CONSTANTLY getting mayo I did not order.

    • Penell E
      Penell E Il y a 24 jours +2

      I have sent food back BUT for very legitimate reasons and very respectfully. Never had a problem with the new food.

    • Veronica Escalera
      Veronica Escalera Il y a 24 jours +3

      I ONLY did it once. Got a veggie burger and it was hard as a hockey puck. I asked nicely if I can have another patty since I was able hit the patty against my plate and it didn't break. I didn't want a whole new plate or that I expected it to be free. But that was the only time I returned a plate back. The server was sweet and I think she took a percentage off ( nice but not expected)

  • Friendly Neighbourhood Bridge Troll

    As some of those toys were highly sought-after, I would do my best to try and feel the packet to see what each one contained. I gave the rude customers common toys while giving the nicest customers the rare toys that would result in store discounts or turn a significant profit online

  • fondoftheduh
    fondoftheduh Il y a 24 jours +2

    I once went to an expensive restaurant where dinner was a mess. The wait time. The service. Too short handed and apparently a new cook. We had a large group and each had our own check.
    The food was disappointing. The wait time from ordering to receiving what looked like vomit was recorded on the check. The Karen at the table ask us all to give her our checks and took pictures of the food so she could speak to the manager tomorrow.
    We didn't hear back from her but later I found out she got full credit for all our money and used it for mom lunches and drinking with her girlfriend. She had the Karen cut but this was ten years ago before Karen had a name. Everyone said, give her your check. She's really good at fixing problem and getting money back and free stuff.

  • Laurie Dart
    Laurie Dart Il y a 24 jours +5

    The only thing I don't like about your videos is that they are over so fast!! First thing I do every morning is watch you - great way to start the day. Thank you for being you!

  • Linda Isherwood
    Linda Isherwood Il y a 24 jours +6

    I was around 45, just had major surgery, so not at my best. Check out gal at the pharmacy gave me the senior discount for my pain meds. Never complained because I felt twice my age! Thanked her for the discount though.

    • Squirrel Nutkins
      Squirrel Nutkins Il y a 24 jours

      Meanwhile in the U.K and NZ; free or nearly fully subsidised prescriptions. I feel for you.

  • Holly Peterson
    Holly Peterson Il y a 24 jours +4

    🤣🤣my sister was a shift lead & training manager at Jamba & I witnessed that same thing multiple times from her as well as other employees. I'm wondering now if that's somehow like an unspoken rule at Jamba for Karens.. Was hilarious every time though because it was usually some gym jerk after their workout next door & they would throw the biggest tantrums

  • Nikita's Feels
    Nikita's Feels Il y a 24 jours +8

    I was asked once to pay €20 on fixing damages I thought were covered by the warranty. Since the system failed and not me. To which they said they didn't know whether there was a case negligence i.e. a virus (which I was more than sure they would've found out whilst fixing my laptop). Then they ended up saying my laptop might need to be wiped in an extreme scenario. Received a call the next day saying they wiped everything off my laptop and I then that I had to pay €29.90. Of course I came in there (after 1/1.30 hours to get there with public transportation) complaining. They guy had the nerve to tell me €29 is still 20. This is where I say it's okay to complain. Because you ask them nicely and instead they push their fricking antivirus on you saying you'll get 1 year of free tech support. So it was a fuck warranty (because what other issues can you fix without warranty if not system failures?) and fuck my time. Because I could've came there with €20 exact and then what? You told me it was 20! And I had a jumpscare at the idea they wiped my laptop. Yes I had it for a few months but... It's still my stuff! Came home to find out they didn't delete a single thing.
    And if you want to know the issue... I had something like "firmware 13 installed" but my laptop said my firmware was "firmware 14 installed" in the settings. So I wasn't able to unlock my laptop since it kept telling me I had no internet available even if I did. All because of this. And they blamed it on potential negligence.

  • ButterflieQueen🦋🦋
    ButterflieQueen🦋🦋 Il y a 24 jours +15

    I’ve been studying insanely for finals and earlier today I just broke down due to the stress but as soon as I saw your video I feel so much better. Thanks so much Charlotte❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    • Brad1980
      Brad1980 Il y a 24 jours

      Should have started earlier and not procrastinated

    • John Christiansen
      John Christiansen Il y a 24 jours +1

      Go treat yourself today. Pho or another comfort food. And good luck.

    • Carmen Downery
      Carmen Downery Il y a 24 jours +3


    • Mrs. Dr. Spencer Reid
      Mrs. Dr. Spencer Reid Il y a 24 jours +6

      Good luck with your exams ButterflieQueen‼️😊

  • jaspr1999
    jaspr1999 Il y a 24 jours +2

    I did an experiment a long time ago in Walmart. I looked at people that seemed to be in a bad mood coming into the store and how they were treated versus the good mood people. Can you imagine my surprise that the good mood people got better service?

  • Janet Richardson
    Janet Richardson Il y a 24 jours +3

    I had to laugh about the revered customer in an Apple store! Not at our Apple store. I’ve had several bad experiences from the service technicians to trying to buy a new iPad Air Professional. Walked out after the third bad experience and resorted to purchasing a new iPad at Best Buy who had sales and repair technicians trained by Apple. A much better experience.

  • Redbeardian
    Redbeardian Il y a 24 jours +30

    The messing with peoples food thing does actually happen. It happens when the employee is a sociopath or psychopath. Any slight, real or imagined, and they may very well do gross things to the food. My ex wife is such an example. In the span of about 3 months she'd put all manner of goop that human bodies produce in 4 separate customers food due to various "reasons" ... rude customer ... a woman she didn't like .... etc ... Yikes. If you know a psycho and they work in food services DO NOT eat there.

    • Gina
      Gina Il y a 24 jours +1

      There's a very big difference between actually contaminating someones food versus just not making it look nice with precision.

    • Redbeardian
      Redbeardian Il y a 24 jours

      @L S Thanks...... but ..... honestly I don't deserve it. Even though she's that bad .... I'm worse, or equal, in different ways. I'm not actually complaining about her here. In my twisted view I think I'm bragging. She's actually my boss now. LMAO. I think she's great and I know that's weird.

    • L S
      L S Il y a 24 jours +1

      @Redbeardian Happy for you she's an ex. Don't go on Tinder, just in case.

    • Redbeardian
      Redbeardian Il y a 24 jours

      @L S Not food industry thankfully. It was just those few months. Other things : her job before (at a clothing thrift type place) she snuck a laxative chocolate bar to a coworker who she didn't like and resulted in a sudden pants crapping about 20 minutes later. Her and a boyfriend made a fake Tinder, lured his ex to a date, then texted he didn't want to bother because he saw her through the window and she was too fat and they watched her break down from his car across the street.

    • Nessa Rigby
      Nessa Rigby Il y a 24 jours +6

      It’s beyond irresponsible that you didn’t report her behavior immediately, I don’t care if they’re your own mother, they could have killed someone. It’s not a joke. It’s not petty. It’s criminal and dangerous.

  • Jen M
    Jen M Il y a 23 jours +1

    I am watching a lot of JD's court trial lately and my favorite finale to put a bit of sunshine to my mood is Charlotte's channel. Today's topic is Karen...wow, the timing is impeccable😂I just finished watching how AH had been diagnosed with BPD and suddenly I realized that BPD actually has a name...Karen!

  • Kyriakos Kyriakos
    Kyriakos Kyriakos Il y a 24 jours +7

    I'm out walking my dogs. Woman late 40's starts screaming to hold my dogs away from her because they were going to bite her. My dogs are always on short leash. I turn, look at her and say: "Do you think at your age your meat is fresh enough for my dogs?"

  • Mei Li
    Mei Li Il y a 23 jours +2

    I was getting a tattoo the other night, and a woman walked in demanding that her tattoo would only take 5 minutes and for the artists to do it immediately. Both artists were occupied - one with my friend and I, another with a man and his friend. At this point, my little piece still wasn't done, and the other artist was working on a complicated piece that would take a while. She was yelling so loud we could hear her from downstairs - once again stating that she knows exactly how long the tattoo takes, and it's a waste of her time to wait.
    I guess the apprentice artist was able to calm her down and asked her to wait. The other tattoo artist ended up finishing first and came downstairs to talk to ours. I guess while Karen was waiting, she tried to haggle down the price of Supreme merchandise that a vendor had in the shop. A vendor who currently was not there, and the artists were unauthorized to sell it. After the apprentice explained this to her, she proceeded to hover over the artist upstairs so she could track the progress of his work.
    Anyways, the area that the Karen wanted the tattoo was a tricky area to do straight lines on. We heard them talking about increasinging the price because she was so rude.
    Needless to say my friend and I had a lot more detail put into ours and it cost way less than what that Karen paid 🤣

  • Nancy Sayers
    Nancy Sayers Il y a 24 jours +2

    Had a boss in NZ who said "Honey gets more results than vinegar' He was absolutely right... if you have a problem, a smile will always get a better result than a scowl, yes?

  • Jennifer Wentland
    Jennifer Wentland Il y a 24 jours +3

    These kind of things happen because previous generations were raised with the belief that “the customer is always right”. Something we never should have been taught.