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The customer is always right. And yet, as 'listentomyopinion' writes, this is utter bollocks.

Tell us of the customers who were wrong, wrong, wrong but you still had to smile at (if only to take their money.)

(, Thu 4 Sep 2008, 16:42)
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"I'd like a black coffee please, with semi-skimmed milk."


*regains composure*
(, Thu 4 Sep 2008, 23:09, 7 replies)
Just yes.
(, Thu 4 Sep 2008, 23:16, closed)
Has to be said...
My dad does this, because he wants to add his own milk.
(, Fri 5 Sep 2008, 8:21, closed)
when people ask for a 'coffee with milk' and then kick off if it isn't a latte or a cappuccino. Dumb.
(, Fri 5 Sep 2008, 11:46, closed)
The problem is...
... if you ask for a white coffee, you get it with the milk steamed, which is just manky.
(, Fri 5 Sep 2008, 13:31, closed)
I asked for a white coffee once in New York
and the guy serving me swore and threatened to throw me out for being a racist because I didn't say "Coffee with milk".

Yes, really.

My sister had to come over and sort it out.
I was incredibly tempted to just fake some racist reply at the tit afterwards, since he was already heaping the opprobium on me.
(, Fri 5 Sep 2008, 13:56, closed)
I get the reverse with tea
"Strong, with plenty of milk" seems to baffle anyone who doesn't grasp the concept that tea strength is determined by the tea/teabag, not the milk.
(, Sat 6 Sep 2008, 0:20, closed)
I only point this out because if you are going to use cool words you should spell them good.
(, Sat 6 Sep 2008, 4:25, closed)

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