Much like the goldfish the average fast food worker has a memory of 6 seconds which hinders their ability cook and prepare orders correctly
@real made up facts, that's a myth
@Sun0fHarry, Right?! I hate how people spread this myth. The actual memory span of a fast food worker is 4 seconds
@real made up facts, as a fast food worker, I take offense.
We actually have an average memory span of 2 seconds. Get it right.
That's what you get for going to mcdonalds
@Half Black Man, The diabetes comes later
@Half Black Man, I've had this experience at KFC as well
Piggy didn't want bacon on her burger...
I don't get how you can fück up an order you were just told. Sometimes I have to repeat, multiple times even, and they still mess it up. They spoke english and everything, it just baffles me
@Dexios S Divine, think about how many orders they get a day and how many they're getting at once
@Vault Tec, but they type that shít into a computer, they don't have to remember anything and go tell the cooks. How do they fück up typing something they just heard
@Dexios S Divine, It's not really the person you're giving the order to the one that messes it up though. Like you said, all they do is type it into a computer and take the next order. It's usually the people preparing the food that are the ones messing up most of the time because they're forced to work like robots and do like 7 things at once on busy days.
@Dexios S Divine, also, there can be a lot of miscommunication between different workers. Or new employees that don't know what they're doing. I worked at BK for maybe two months and saw probably five employees leave and get replaced.
@Warm Buttery Toast, Ive never been a cook at a fast food place but my dad owned a restaurant back in the day. Do they not have a head chef or a ticket system or something? How small is the staff in the kitchen?
@Dexios S Divine, Well it depends on the establishment and it's management. Each have a system including McDonald's for instance and it's up to managers to uphold and maintain that system but unfortunately even managers are kids themselves sometimes (19+ year olds) and even they make mistakes. The size of staff can sometimes be stretched so thin that it might be easy to make mistakes.. Especially when it's during lunch hour which is usually around noon. If it's a place you frequent even during slow days and they still consistently mess up your order then I think it'd be best to take your money elsewhere.
I had a McDonald's give me cold fries. I got to the driveway and was like, "uh, no.". I circled around. Didn't even have to say anything, they just handed me a bag and said, goodnight.
What made it worse was they KNEW they gave me cold fries and we're hoping I wouldn't notice or come back.
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As an employee at a Wendy's, I can safely say that sometime it isn't always the drive through operators fault. Very frequently we are forced to do 4 to 5 things at once, and it can be very hard to remember orders sometimes.
If the order is messed up, I always park and go inside. I don't wait in drive through again.
You McFvcked up