Monday, February 11, 2008

You heard it in a Restaurant

"Is there chicken in your vegetarian gumbo?" -- Asked of a waitress.

"Just the chicken." -- The response a waitress gave when asked if there were any dairy products in a soup.

"Would you like cream and sugar with that?" -- Asked by a waitress when a customer specified orange juice instead of coffee as part of a breakfast meal.

"Do you want cheese on that?" -- Asked when a customer ordered a plain cheeseburger.

"You want fries with that?" -- Asked when a customer ordered an apple turnover.

"Do you want onions on that?" -- A waitress, in response to a couple ordering a milk shake and a large cola.

"Is there any meat in the veggie rolls?"

"Do you get rice with your fried rice?"

"I'm sorry, we only have six inch and foot long subs." -- A waitress, when asked for a 12 inch sub.

"Would you like to care for a cup of coffee?" -- A waitress.

"Which of these coffees did you want with cream and sugar?" -- Asked of a customer who had ordered two coffees, one with cream and sugar and one without.

"Do you want that in a bag?" -- Asked of a customer who ordered coffee to go.

"Is this for here or to go?" -- Asked of a Dairy Queen customer at a drive-through window.

"What's the difference between the 1/4 pounder and the 1/3 pounder?"

"What's the difference?" -- Asked of a waitress when asked if the customer would like breadsticks with or without cheese.

"Sir, we only have one thousand island dressing." -- A waitress, when asked for two thousand island dressings.

"How many pieces are in the eight piece chicken deal?"

"How much is the $1.99 popcorn chicken?"

"Is the honey mustard sauce sweet?"

"Is the spicy chicken just spicy or is it hot and spicy?"

"Would you like the sale price?" -- A fast food worker, asking how a customer would like to pay for his order of two special sandwiches.

"That's not an animal. It's a mammal." -- Cafeteria worker serving shrimp at a public high school.

"Does your ice cream contain dairy products?" -- A customer at the drive-through of a fast food restaurant.

"Excuse me. These ham and cheese rolls -- do they have ham in them?" -- A customer at a bakery cafe.

"Don't you guys have them 99 cent Whoppers?" -- Asked of a Taco Bell cashier.

"This is to go." -- Commonly said by customers at drive-through windows.

"I'd like a large Pepsi pizza." -- A customer ordering pizza over the phone. After saying this, the customer was heard saying to someone else with him, "Wait, Chuck, is that right?"


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2 comments:

Christy said...

I was asked if my order was for here or to go when at an Arby's drive-thru once. I didn't even know what to say to the person I was so dumbfounded by their stupidity.

rch said...

Haha, I run a small diner and told my wife, whose daughters are the wait staff, waiting doesn't mean waiting for Dad to do the work. Great stuff!