13 Asshole Things People Do At Restaurants That Really Piss Off Servers

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Stop faking food allergies, ok??

13 Asshole Things People Do At Restaurants That Really Piss Off Servers

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  1. Barbara Bogdal Runkle said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    Disagree entirely about faking food allergies! You HAVE to sometimes because they will not remove a food if you don’t say allergy – I have a food sensitivity to bell pepper and tomato (which, BTW are in the nightshade family together) – I will not go into anaphylaxis but will be quite sick for 24 hours, so DO NOT PUT THOSE ITEMS ON MY PLATE. I don’t need an epipen, but if a bell pepper even touches the other food the oil even even does the same to me, so I must say allergy. It is not at all enjoyable to go out for a nice dinner & know you will suffer the whole next day or 2 because they decide ‘too bad’ about what you get to eat.

  2. Deborah Lanier said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    Basically stop being an asshole server and accusing me of lying about a deadly food allergy and you MIGHT get a tip.

  3. Kiki Gonçalves said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I agree with all of them accept the “calling the server waiter or waitress”. What’s the problem with that? Can someone explain please?

  4. Robert Perez said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    It is bothersome when someone order a particular dish and starts taking ingredients out. Damn, order something else you brat!

  5. Ruth Barton said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    If there are tons of tables I’m not going to sit crammed up against a table with noisy children…I’ve done my time!

  6. Sibonani S Mlambo said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    What do waiters/waitresses want to be called?😨

  7. Holli Bogdonas said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    So basically come in, shut up, sit down, don’t order food and just stare at the floor? Sounds like a good time.

  8. Evita Geradts said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I don’t get no9. “When a customer addresses their server as “waiter” or “waitress.” ” , isn’t that what they are?????

  9. Robert Perez said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    The one that mentioned he’d ignore a costumer for calling him by saying “waiter”… ummm, if that’s whay you are, that’s what you’ll be called.

  10. Delilishah Chance said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I agree with the no touching.

  11. Graham Clarke said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    If you are a waiter or waitress Wtf do you want to be called,? Trucker, boss, hey you?

  12. Thea Desiree Forbes said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    LOL at all the people angry about the food allergy. Its because they’ll say that can’t have something and then immediately ask for something with the allergy in it. We tell them it’s in that entree and they get it anyway. That’s how we know. We have to write allergy on the ticket and then we get flagged multiple times bc the entree has the allergy in it.

  13. Pam Cordry said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    These are the kinds of things that keep me from eating in restaurants now.

  14. Jazmyn Douillard said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I actually just really like the taste of the gluten free crust at Dominoes so whenever we order I leave a big note explaining “we are NOT allergic to gluten so don’t worry about contamination…I’m just weird and like the crust…”

    I felt terrible when the first time the guy was excitedly telling us how he made sure they used different knives, cutting boards, etc for us. Sorry dude…My bad D:

  15. Jamie Myhre said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    You can tell when they fake it if they are supposed to be allergic to dairy but have a cheesecake after. Just say you don’t want cheese on something

  16. Scott Taylor said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    Cell phones have to be on this list.. I am not clicking it to read but that’s my pet peeve as another customer

  17. Scott Cranfill said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    How about you do an article on all the things servers do to piss off customers?

  18. Amber Brice said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I’ve personally never been around a person who claimed food allergies or sensitivities and lied. They’ve always been serious about it

  19. Kammy Chops said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    #7. 😑 please fuck the fuck off you fucking idiot with your dumb friends, and/or your stupid family

  20. Sara Dotson said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    Yeah but you still have to be polite and serve them. Its part of you job in customer service.

  21. Cara Norrish said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    Even if it’s not an allergy, I’m paying for a meal I want, why can’t I make requests to make it more delicious to me?

  22. Brenda Loyd said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    I disagree with several of these. The berating ones I agree with. The ones about I’m spending my money so yes it makes a difference. Where I sit and what I eat. Be nice and it should be fine. If it’s not that’s not the place for me.

  23. Brittany Chung said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    How would you even know if someone is faking a food allergy??

  24. Tiffany Bain said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    The faking food allergies, you don’t know how they’ll respond. My boyfriend is allergic to tomato paste, but it won’t kill him, it makes him sweat and some discomfort. 🤷🏽‍♀️ so they might just not like the side effect.

  25. Marie Claire Lafreniere said on September 13, 2017 Reply

    If a server gets pissed at a food allergy, they cant possibly know to be true or not, they need to get a life

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