August 21st, 2012

Gumiho

Angry McDonald's Employee

Summary: Went to McDonald's, ordered 10 selects and a frozen strawberry lemonade, paid 11 something for them, *know* I ordered/paid for selects, got nuggets. Went back to the window (because there was no walk-in restaurant section, and the line-up was crazy long) and told them of the mistake. Except a simple, oops, here ya go, but was met with an angry employee who insisted I was trying to cheat the company out $2-4 (whatever the price difference is), and I needed to get back in line and pay them because HE KNEW I only paid for nuggets (despite him not taking my order, and not taking my money-- he was giving the food out). Yes, I made a mistake trying to walk back up to the window, I acknowledge that. His attitude was *not* needed though. He could've said "oops, Sorry about that. I can't help you here though, you'll have to line-up again and ask for a manager!" or something along those lines instead of insta-aggression.

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Any advice on wording/editing the letter would be greatly appreciated. I'm sure I've made some mistakes as I'm trying to write calmly but still annoyed about the whole thing.
Urahara - plotting is what I'm best at

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So this past weekend was the stag/bachelorette party for my oldest friend. We booked a cosy townhouse for the weekend up at a resort and had some general plans figured out. The place was fantastic so that wasn't the problem.

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