@Jojooverdrive, True Neutral actually. A chaotic action committed in a lawful manner, benefiting themselves and not others but in a justified manner
I mean on one hand don’t honk at me in the drive thru. On the other, don’t take so damn long to order cause you’re sitting there trying to call someone to figure out what they want or you are ordering a party platter that should have been called in ahead of time. Also you just paid more money for extra food to be petty when that person might just get food for free anyway for the inconvenience.
If only the other person had ordered for like 16 kids and you just paid $75 at the drive thru to be petty
@Richard Cypher, where did they say they were calling someone or ordering a party platter. Even if they have a big order the companies still want them to go through the drive thru
@Mkb617, I’m speaking from experience homeboy waiting behind people. And companies want party platters and large orders(like “I need 35 sausage biscuits and hash browns”) to be called ahead of time to get that much food ready for one order and not have to wait in the drive thru.
@Richard Cypher, it's a dick move to not call ahead for a large order, but it's still first come, first serve. No reason to honk for having to wait.
@Richard Cypher, I have never been at a McDonald’s that had party platters. And no where in here does it say they ordered anything like 35 sausage biscuits and hash browns. In fact if that is what they ordered, the ordering itself would have been rather quick. It says the order was taking too long which is just as likely to be the fault of the people working inside. Also just because you wait behind someone doesn’t mean you know what they ordered or whose fault it was if it took a long time. Lastly do you really feel that somehow magically you have more a higher percentage of experience than any other person waiting behind others in line?
@Mkb617, hoo Lordy boyo. If you want to go that route then they nor I said anything about McDonald’s so quit making assumptions(see I can do that too). I didn’t really feel the need to dissect this entire post but sure why not. First off my irrelevant side anecdotes about party platters etc. were just that. Minor side notes from personal experience about why things take forever in the line.
Next they said specifically that they were taking too long to place the order not to receive it. Being behind someone in line you can always see if they are actually talking and placing an order or just sitting there waiting for the employees.
Also, being next in line means I can tell what they ordered when they are trying to stuff 2 giant party platters of nuggets from chikfila in through the window and the first pay window person says “I’m sorry for the wait, we have to cook food for the order in front of you because we didn’t have enough ready for the order.”
@Mkb617, and lastly I do not claim to have more experience unless I am the only one that knows if you are placing multiple/massive orders, to just go inside or call ahead. If I’m the only ones that knows that then apparently I am more experienced so bow to my wisdom.
Aaaaaaaand finally, I can’t believe I’m genuinely debating about a post that some incredibly petty person made about another incredibly petty person, in regards to fast food and how, in actuality, they are both incredibly petty and therefore dumb
@Richard Cypher, well I haven’t read your whole response yet and I will finish it in a minute but before you say “they nor I said anything about McDonald’s so quit making assumptions” you might want to read what they wrote again, since they did say they were in the McDonald’s drive thru.
@Mkb617, you got me. I didn’t really pay that much attention to it
@Richard Cypher, yes they they said taking too long to place the order. I was just pointing out that from your example to order 35 sausage biscuits and hashbrowns would not take that long to place because it is essentially 2 things that need to be said. Being behind someone in line doesn’t mean you can see if they are talking because usually the head rest would be blocking their head so you could not see if they were talking unless they were leaning head out of the window. Also I guess you believe that when a fast food employee blames it on the person in front of you they could never be lying to cover their own self
@Richard Cypher, when you use a phrase like “I am speaking from experience” it is insinuating that you have more experience than the average person. If you just had a normal amount of experience that everyone else would then you wouldn’t use that as a qualifier to your statement since it adds nothing to it.
@Richard Cypher, you're on the wrong app if you don't like petty büllshít
@werp zerp snickel, call ahead...for a drive thru???
Teach me, dark lord.
Since when do you have receipts to show before you pay at a drivethru?
@CynicalSirr, he said he paid for food.....and then when he got to the food window....obviously they have two windows.... the first one where you pay and sometimes get drink.... the second where you get your food order..... it’s actually quite common ;-)
Why would someone scrub their name out if they are that proud of their actions? Bizarre
@TheMightyImp, I do not know the format that is in..... is it possible whoever posted was posting a screenshot of something that was sent privately by someone else? Or are they sending it to another person and they didn’t want to post that persons name?
I would have loved to see her reaction