Restaurant and retail employees are sharing the best, thinnest vengeance that ever had on rude customers, from harvest dust to having them switch their espresso to decaf.
Tiktok user Daron Cardosa questioned the app this weekend, asking other users: ‘What have they done to a customer since you got rude?’
Dozens of people responded, revealing petty, ridiculously they have moderately uncomfortable customers who could have been more police.
Share the time! Tiktok user Daron Cardosa asked other users: ‘What has he done to a customer after you’ve been rude?’
While some stories reveal igneous crimes, others can never be blamed on an employee.
For example, Darron never did anything technically wrong – he went a little out of his way to make his customers’ experience a little less enjoyable.
As a server, sometimes when unfriendly customers ask for butter, I give them cold butter even though I have room temperature butter because I know cold butter will rip their bread, ‘he said .
Meanwhile, Ebony Melinson confesses: ‘I under-blend their smoothies, so little chunkies block their straws.’
McKenzie Morrison had a similar petty strategy that customers may not have seen – but at least it made McKenzie feel better.
‘As a deli worker, when a customer is having Karen, I squeeze the cheese together after slicing it, so it is impossible to separate later,’ she said.
feel better? People are responding with stories of petty revenge that are mostly harmless
Accountability: Another woman reported to a police officer who refused to wear masks in her store
“I work at a grocery store,” said a woman named Rachel Hendrick in a video. ‘When rude customers don’t wear masks, I’ll spray fart spray in the corridor.’
Meanwhile, @bree_ann_uhh said, he and his partner opted for the real thing.
He wrote, ‘Shout to all the servers.’ ‘For rude customers, we blow dust – especially if it’s busy and loud and the music is playing and they certainly won’t hear you. We harvest. ‘
Canadian flight attendant Helena Handsbucket said: ‘For rude customers, I book their airplane seat on a 10-hour flight next to the bathroom.’
A tikokar named Sammy did not just get a revenge for rudeness, but he held a police officer responsible.
He said, “A cop came to my store without a mask in his uniform.” ‘I said, “Sir, the next time you come in, I need to wear a mask.” He looked me dead in the eye and said, “I have a medical condition. What are you going to do about it?”
‘I saw her badge, and then I called the police department later and told them. Since then, every time he comes in, he is wearing a mask. every time.’
‘For rude customers, we blow dust – especially if it’s busy and loud and the music is playing and they certainly won’t hear you. We blow dust, ‘one user said
Some of the behavior, however, is likely that employees would have experienced little trouble if their bosses had learned about them.
Stephanie Krankovich said that when she worked as a barista, she used to give decaf espresso to rude customers rather than regulars.
Giza Daniel Molnar said that while working at a hotel, he encountered late arriving guests, who did not tip him over helping with his luggage.
‘So I called them at midnight,’ he said.
User Chelsea Dickinson revealed her diabolical tricks, revealing: ‘I used to charge double for them, so they had to wait in the customer service line to get a refund.’
And user @ heather.blr did something similar at the grocery store where he worked,
“There was a bunch of rude customers – I even had people throw food and laugh,” he said.
Described! Probably one of the best stories of Javier Sánchez, who worked for a cable company in the late 90s and worked with a racist client on the phone
‘I had to ring everything manually. Originally, if they were rude with me, if it was 99 cents, I’d ring it as $ 2.99. The receipts were so long that they did not check. I’m charging them $ 30- $ 40 more, just because of how rude they were. ‘
Probably one of the best stories of Javier Sánchez, who worked for a cable company in the late 90s and worked with a racist client on the phone.
‘That night was the Oscar de la Hoya fight,’ he said. ‘One customer said that they had ordered all this food and had all these people to watch the pay-per-view fight, but it was not working.
‘Therefore, I finally fix it for them. I hear the cheering of the entire party. The man on the phone goes, “Thank you! What’s your name?” And I told him, “Xavier.” He goes, “Thank you,” and then gives me a racial abuse and hangs up.
‘So, I stop the fight on her TV and leave it for the other employees not to turn the notes back on. The next day, I noticed that he had been calling all night to get the fight back, and no one turned it on for him. I won