Yo! I hope everyone's week is off to a good start!!
My wireless has been down for almost 24 hours, and I really wanted to post when it started working again, but alas, no time. So let's play a little catch-up.
So, yesterday after my Elvis Smoothie, I showered and headed out to watch Boombastic's softball game. The weather didn't get any warmer. And I was a whiny, pouty, crabbykins about it. It was still 34* on the 1st of May and I was sitting outside, wrapped in a Mickey Mouse blanket, trying not to freeze to death. I'm still bitter about it. Boom Boom was nervous AAAALLLLLLLL day about the game! Truthfully I was sick of hearing about it, but I was excited to get out there and root for my team! And my Boo hit a single! Woot!
There was a hair in my salad, which for me is no big deal. I work in food service, and have for almost 10 years, stuff happens. But because I work in food service, and there is a hair in my food, I examine it carefully to make sure it isn't my own. It wasn't, not to mention it was buried in the bottom of my salad, and no matter what you say, if a hair falls out of my head, and into a plate of food in front of me for no more than 3 minutes (I had JUST started eating), there is no way it is going to wiggle itself down into the bottom of the bowl, with just a little bit sticking out. The manager on duty dropped off out drinks from the bar, and since she was there already I politely mentioned the hair, and just asked if I could have a new one. She said yes, brought one out, and proceeded to tell me that all their kitchen staff where hairnets, and are very careful, and it rarely happens, but she would take it off my bill... No apology, and a passive aggressive way of saying to me that it was probably my hair. I work in food service. You aren't fooling me. I mastered that tone.
Anyway... I then got Rib tips, garlic mashed potatoes, and corn on the cob.
When you're at a restaurant and get food that isn't right (according to how you ordered it), not good, gross (hair, foreign objects, etc.), or something else goes wrong do you say something, let it go, or reflect your experience in the tip?
--- I'm pretty understanding when it comes to service, if the food takes a while and it's busy, or if it comes out of the kitchen wrong if it's outside of their control. I'll definitely say something (not making a big deal about it) expecting the problem to be corrected. But Boomer HATES when I "complain."
Do you prefer ice cream, fro-yo, sorbet, sherbet, or gelato?
--- I don't discriminate. Cold, and creamy? I am all over it!