I went to burger king to check out the chicken fries. I don't like ketchup so after I was handed my order, I kindly asked for some barbecue sauce (even said please). The girl at the window asked me to hold and then she asked someone else if they had any. This is understandable. While I'm used to places like BK and McDonald's having BBQ sauce, I understand that most people don't ask for it so it can be harder to find. But when a guy responded that they should have some around somewhere up front she sounded all pissed about having to locate it. Finally an older guy (a manager perhaps) brought me some but he just gave me a nasty look. I said thanks, and he really just glared at me. :/ I understand that it takes a little bit more effort to get the BBQ sauce, but is it really that big of a deal to ask for it? I know that they stock it specifically for customers who would like to have some, otherwise why would they have packets of it? I was just really put off by how rude the employees were about it. Maybe I'll just stick to Bueno since the workers there are friendly and don't give me nasty looks when I ask for sauces.