If You’re Waiting For a Waiter, Doesn’t That Make You The Waiter?

My first job was waitressing and what a horrible job it was. Don’t get me wrong, it had its perks like we got free sandwiches at lunch and you got free drinks and a coffee in the morning and SOME of the staff are nice but other than that, I thought that waitressing was a nightmare.

The job itself isn’t such a daunting task but if you’ve ever served people then you’ll probably understand what I’m on about when I say “if you are nice to the person next to you but not nice to the waitress then you are not a nice person.” This is 110% true. It seems that some people don’t realise that waitresses are in fact people too, we have feelings, we can hear you and we recognise a snobby comment when one is made. Serving people is just a waitresses/waiter’s job, it doesn’t mean that…

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