My husband and I took the kids out this evening for some family fun at one of the community pools. When we were done we were starving (of course) so we hit up the Wendy's that was right across the street. And it wasn't necessarily the best idea we've ever had.
So no, that wasn't what bothered me so much. What got to me was when I finally reached the counter. The kid asked what he could get for me, and I got as far as "Can I have..." before the kid just walked away. Not a word. Just turned, walked (slowly) to the back, got the food for the people in front of me and (still slowly) brought it back to the counter for them.
After a minute or two he finally came back, mumbled "sorry about that" and asked again what he could get for me. I paused for a moment to make sure he would stay this time, and then finally got to place my order (and eventually we got our food.)
I know that good customer service doesn't come naturally to everyone, but seriously?! However sad this service might have been, though, in the end I just have to laugh at the ridiculousness of it all. Because you kind of have to. If you can't laugh at stuff like that, it'll eventually start to get you down. And who needs that?