Post Number: 632
|Posted on Sunday, February 26, 2006 - 07:27 pm: |
"How big of a hurry can you possibly be in ? Or is she just looking for an excuse to complain?"
It's NOT about the time as much as it is about that they are trying to "CHANGE" what I've ordered into what "THEY" think I SHOULD have. I want what I just ordered, that's it. I SHOULDN'T have to "EXPLAIN" WHY I'd want that this way. I am saying this instead of that, so WHAT'S really to QUESTION HONESTLY?
The time is aggrevating because that's MORE time that my order isn't getting to me. If I am being EXTREMELY SPECIFIC, then WHY "WASTE TIME" asking questions? It's NOT about that I'm in a "Hurry", it's that I want my orders(food and drinks) as SOON as I can receive them. If it's an extra minute that it can get to me, SO MUCH THE BETTER, but NOT at another person's expense. Like I wouldn't want to see someone that ordered before me to have their order delayed.
Do you understand that it's "AGGREVATING" to have to explain "YES, I really want this margarita this way? It's like they are trying to argue with you when you are telling them EXACTLY how you'd like the item. They have NO RIGHT to suggest something else if I'm NOT "ASKING" for their help, by showing them I want help by asking them questions about the items. Like if I asked "What kind of margarita's do y'all recommend? Then I can see the server telling me about which one would be better if I happen to pick a certain one and they said "This one may be the one you'd rather."
When the waitress asked me when I said I wanted Jose Cuervo instead of Sauza if I wanted a regular margarita and I said that I've had it a billion times like that and she STILL KEPT RUNNING HER DAMN MOUTH about that it "DOWNGRADES" the margarita. WHO CARES what her damn opinion is? "I'M" the customer, so "I" get to choose what I prefer. SO what if it's the cheaper brand. The margarita still has brandy in it which I'm paying for and if I got a shot of presidente' brandy in a regular margarita, it would have been about the same price, maybe more even, because shots do costs a lot sometimes like $2 some places. Also, the regular margarita may NOT POSSIBLY be the "SAME" amount of ounces as the presidente', I DON'T KNOW. If she "KNEW" and THOUGHT about the margarita" and "WHY" I was getting it to herself, because of the brandy, she would have NEVER questioned me. If there wasn't any brandy and I wanted Jose Cuervo instead of Sauza, then if the presidente' margarita(wouldn't be called that), but let's say it would be the same price, ONLY THEN could I see recommending something else because then she'd be saving me money. I can read though, so she made me feel like I couldn't read the menu for myself. Offering me something else when there is SOMETHING DIFFERENT in the other margarita that I WOULDN'T get(Brandy) in the regular margarita is just STUPID. The waitress didn't THINK at all about that one. She should have thought to herself "WHY is it called "Presidente'" in the first place?" It's because it has presidente' brandy that the regular margarita DOESN'T have.
Do you see where I'm coming from? Pretend scenaro: If the margarita DIDN'T have any other alcohol(brandy) for $6.49 and the regular margarita let's say is an average price of $4.50, ONLY THEN could I see her asking me if I wanted the regular margarita, because it wouldn't have ANYTHING "EXTRA" in it for a LOWER price. So she'd be TRULY "HELPING" me in this scenario, she WASN'T helping with the REAL life situation, because the presidente margarita has brandy in it which I WOULDN'T be getting the brandy in the regular margarita. So I see the waitress in the real life situation asking a STUPID question. I see the waitress in the pretend scenario NOT asking something stupid, but VERY HELPFUL. Do you understand how I feel now? These are TWO ENTIRELY "DIFFERENT" margaritas.