In their defense, making these orders day after day, as well as usually having a few orders being made at once, I wouldn't doubt for a second that they start blending together
@BrenadryI, -subway worker here- I have to purge every order I make the second is done or it'll get stuck in my head and I'll start randomly making that order rather then the one I'm told. So yes it's even easier then you think
@BrenadryI, and he may have had two things but the guy in front of him may have had 12 specialized burgerers with 16 fries and 200 mc.nuggets. and the guy in front of him may have ordered 6 double cheese burgers 3 kids meals, 10 large fries, etc.
@BrenadryI, counter point: having worked in fast food before, taking the smallest measure of pride or responsibility in your own work will avoid most issues like this.
@Richard Cypher, a majority of people working in fast food aren’t going to be there cause they want to it’ll be just a way to pay bills till they find another opportunity
@BrenadryI, I worked there for 4 years. It's not hard to get right
@Codeine, that's good for you, but that can't be said for everyone. People can remember information they were told a few minutes ago but I struggle with that more than I like to admit. Besides, benefit of the doubt and all that
Everybody rags on them for screwing things up, but as someone who has worked both McDonald's AND Burger King in his life, I can attest to the fact that the job is nowhere near as easy as you assume.
You had one job...
Minimum wage, get minimal service. You got a whole meal for 4 bucks, it’ll be alright.
didn't know rorschach worked at McDonald's.
A cheeseburger and a McFlurry please.
Ok, you'll have to park up for the cheeseburger, and the ice cream machine is switched off...
It’s funny because of the F word.
I hate it when it happens, but I handle it rationally, by having a screaming fit in my car, getting that anger out before I even walk back inside, and just politely request a correction. I only get anything else as an apology if they insist on it.
My record is from Wendy's. Took 4 tries to make a hamburger w/ ketchup only. They kept putting cheese on it.