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Saturday July 06, 2002
10:08 PM

Wendy's, Monroeville PA

[ #6204 ]


    <order_girl> Hello, may I take your order.
    <cwest> One second, please.
    <order_girl> T HELLO MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER STOP
    <cwest> One second, *please*.
    <wife> I want X.
    <cwest> Ok ...
    <order_girl> Ok we're listening!
    <cwest> Ok, I'd like X and Y.
    <order_girl> That'll be N dollars.
    <cwest> Thank you.
    <food_girl> Here you go.
    <cwest> Thanks.
    <wife> We need sugar and ketchup.
    * cwest waits for food_girl
    * food_girl looks at cwest and moves on
    * cwest smiles and continues to wait
    <food_girl> Yes?!
    <cwest> We need sugar and ketchup.
    * food_girl throws handfulls of ketchup and sugar at cwest, while slamming the window

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  • Do you need to borrow my clue-by-four? I just got done going after script kiddies with it.
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  • Doesn't offer ketchup, either. No ketchup in your bag. No, "Would you like any ketchup?" Some day I'm going to forget to ask for ketchup, come back to the office, and call back and ask the manager if they like their fries plain. "No? Well, neither do I!"

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