"We've had customers leave straight-up pickles on the table and a spilled drink."
"I've seen grown-ass people, sometimes even elders, make and leave worse messes than this. I expect it from teens, but when 30-plus-year-old people do this it makes me wanna chase them down and ask them how they got this far in life just to act worse than a snotty teen by leaving messes."
"Had a customer hand one of my crew money covered in dried blood. It was literally flaking off of the money. They called me over and asked me what to do, and I promptly grabbed some gloves and handed it right back to the customer."
"This shit. I asked you on the headset — you said no. Now you come driving up to the damn window and want to use it?"
"It's because they saw a video on Facebook saying this is a hack to get fresh fries at McDonald's, and it never even crossed their mind that if they just ask for fresh fries they'll get fresh fries."
"What do the customers think — we have whole cheeseburgers wrapped up sitting in the cabinet?"
"Since I'm the batch cooker for nuggets, I would quit right on spot if I have to do that inane amount of nuggets. 🥴🥴😂😂"
"A lot of fast-food places just don't accept hundreds. People will frequent McDonald's just to break larger bills, which honestly makes it easier to count but also runs a higher risk of fraud if the bill isn't checked correctly."
"My biggest pet peeve is when they dump a bunch of coins to you, then immediately drive off to the second window without letting you count it first."
"I stuttered once when greeting a group of teens over the drive-thru intercom. Took them a whole two minutes to shut the fuck up and order the one McFlurry they came for."
"I live in France, and in some specific McDonald's you can sign in with your Fidelity account before ordering so they have your name."
"As someone who does both kitchen and drive-thru, this is 100% true, LOL."
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