After sharing her most memorable moments on the job, a waitress sparked lively discussion. pet peeves.
A 24-year-old woman has lived with her parents for almost a whole year. TikTokerLizzy Smith (@c0_0l__) The app has been used by the author to record her experiences in the service sector. These videos are her most popular and show the wait staff’s most annoying customer behavior.
TikTok This site is filled with content written by service industry workers. They often raise issues that other people may not be aware.
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Her first issue? When customers cut her off before they can introduce themselves.
Smith next shows how it feels when someone places an order at her table, but no one takes it.
Both customers and service workers felt the same way about both problems. The video sparked a major discussion about the responsibilities of the servers — and of the customers.
“I’m a food runner and too many ppl just stare at you like you’re crazy when I bring their food,” one user wrote.
“When you’re standing there holding two VERY hot plates and there just like staring while you’re asking then who ordered what or like they just ignore,” another agreed.
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“Why is it so hard to be a decent person? My friend and I never cut off our server,” another wrote.
Some customers, however, were hesitant to say so, questioning why they should claim their food.
“Isn’t it literally your responsibility to know who ordered what,” one user commented.
“Where I work, I’m taught to get the order in a certain order so I can remember,” another added.
Many commenters opposed that, asking why it was an issue.
“Can’t believe y’all are mad about ‘pawning,’” one user argued. “Oh no, your eating experience is ruined because you have to say ‘me’ real quick before you eat.”
As is the norm, the discussion veered into a discussion on tipping culture within the United States. TikTok has made this a popular topic lately. viral videos Customers trying to tip with Amazon gift cards asking for their waitress’s number, after tipping $0.
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