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Supersize this!

30 Aug

The whole world is getting faster in everything like cars, food, technology, internet, etc. Americans are a great contributor to the fast lifestyle. I’m here to talk about one in particular. The Fast Food Lifestyle!

I work at a southern fast food restaurant chain here in the “Bible Belt.” Now, I started there when I was sixteen to make some cash. I stuck with the job all the way to college. Now, I only work there on my breaks to save money to help with school. I’ve always said that everyone should work fast food to know what it is like.

For some odd reason, people believe that fast food workers have no souls, they do not actually exist besides at the restaurant. We have no feelings either apparently, and it is the low-end employee’s fault for every thing that goes wrong. We apparently control the price of food and the procedures of doing things.

Most of the elderly are nice retired hard-working Americans. Then there are some who see it their way and not the company’s policy. The regulars are easy-going customers, but then there are some that expect you to know exactly how they like it.

Everyone has had a bad experience with fast food (if you eat it). Patience is key. I mean, there are situations that aren’t acceptable and you should complain. Why be rude to the people who you think, are nasty-spit-in-your-food people, make your food? We should bow down to the middle class working world because it’s not a “real job.” The employees that work there must be stupid and high school dropouts. We’re just damned fast food employees, I guess. “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”

P.S. We hear everything you say in the drive thru, and we’re laughing.

-Butch

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2 Comments

Posted by on August 30, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “Supersize this!

  1. Peas and Cougars

    August 31, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Unfortunately, a lot of people who work in the service industry are treated horribly, even though they are rarely paid enough for the demands customers put on them. I worked on a movie theater when I was a teenager, so we were open every day of the year. We used to laugh that the one day of the year employees were treated the worst was Christmas – customers seemed to think everything should be perfect for them because it was a holiday, forgetting about the poor employees who had to *work* on the holiday.

     
  2. wittyjules

    September 1, 2011 at 9:42 am

    Funny. I remember working the drive-thru at McDonalds when I first moved here, and that is completely true. Everything is audible. And customers (in the service industry) are much bigger morons than the people they spit on.

     

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