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Ten Types of Customers(which One are You)

The types of customers who patronize fast food resturants and the things they should and shouldn’t do.

Customers. They really do make the resturant business go around whether they’re crazy or not, make you laugh or make you want to slap the hell out of them at any given moment. Every day in the fast food industry, you will meet different types of folks. From young and old, to crazy and sane, you will experience them all. Here are the ten types of customers that patronize a fast food resturant. Which one are you?

1. The-I-Don’t-Know-What-I-Want-So-I-Will-Just-Stand-In-Line-Or-Sit-In-The-Drive-Thru-Wasting-The-Resturant-Time-Customer

Like for real folks nothing is more annoying than a customer who don’t know what they want when they get to a certain resturant. How much sense does that make? Because I know when I go to a certain resturant that I like, have gone there for years I know what to order. Sure, sometimes Wendy’s, McDonalds and Burger King may add new items to their menu but that doesn’t happen everyday. So, if you go to Wendy’s to get their ninety-nine cents double stack or their frosty, to McDonalds for their Big-Mac or their famous fries or to Burger King to get their whoppers or onion rings, don’t take up time that you or the employees don’t have especially if the other customers who know what they want are behind you impatiently waiting. When you get to the speaker or the front register, please have your order ready. Don’t drive the cashier crazy about having to ask you questions that you should know the answer to. No one knows what you drink but you, yourself and I so there’s no need to catch an attitude. It’s just that simple.

2. The-Let’s-Talk-On-The-Phone-So-I-Can-Hear-Your-Whole-Conversation-Customer

Who wants to hear what goes on in your household or even at your job for that matter? No one cares about what you’re doing today or did yesterday. No one wants to hear you arguing with your wife or husband. Or asking your kids about what they want when you could have asked them before you left. Hold your conversation off until you’re out of line.

3. The-Leave-My-Money-At-Home-Customer

If you know you’re leaving your house to get something to eat or just to go to the store, why in the world would you leave first before checking to see if you got your wallet or enough cash on you? We the cashiers have to delete your order or take something off because you don’t have the common sense to bring your payment. Real smart.

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