Canadians love their Tim Hortons. It was created by the hockey player, Tim Horton (surprise!) and is the biggest coffee chain in Canada. You don't mess with a Canadian's Tim Hortons, or they will unleash the wrath of the mighty moose upon you.
This lady ordered a coffee then started counting a hand full of change. I looked at my coworker and told her that I thought her boyfriend was really cute for doing what he did (continuing a conversation from before the customer got there). The costumer then took two minutes to tell me how rude I was for talking to my coworker while she was standing there. My manager was standing beside me giggling the whole time.
Burger King bought out Tim Hortons. In the contract, however, it says that Burger King will not change any aspect of Tim Hortons. This **** is super important to Canadians, there would be a riot if anything changed.
I work in a very busy mall, and more than not I have customers yelling at me for taking too long with their order. Because yelling at me isn't wasting time for the next costumer. But hey, if you want to go to McDonalds for coffee, be my guest. One less costumer I have to deal with.
This. *******. Ass hole. Like I said, I work in a busy mall. We have a massive line up, we're trying to do 20 things at once, and this guy comes up and orders a bagel with cream cheese and bacon. Then he comes back saying there isn't enough bacon. We don't have time to argue so my coworker throws more bacon on there. Then he says that there's still not enough bacon, tells us to **** off and that he wants to speak to a manager... the one he just told to **** off.
Sometimes there are amazing costumers. We had this one guy who works in the mall and he just hands us a $20 tip. Honestly, we get excited for a $2 tip, this made all of our days.
This happens every single day at least twice. We are trained to fill the cup to a point where it won't hurt you when you open it, and us when we're moving it from one place to the other. I have people come up, yell at me that they ordered a medium, not a small, so I add LITERALLY a drop of coffee and they say thank you and storm off.
This guy was awesome. He was so stoned. He shows up, slurring his words, asks for a 6 pack of donuts (with McDonald's coffee in hand) and proceeds to take an hour and a half to eat them on a bench. We watched him and cheered him on (not that he heard us).
No. I can't. That's our biggest commodity, do you think I can just hand that **** out?