Every now and then I read articles about dirty secrets from restaurant kitchen.
They are not very new, and if you have read "Down and Out in Paris and London"
by George Orwell you already know that kitchens and utensils of restaurants are
not very clean.
So, in the following link ("https://www.rd.com/food/fun/waiter-secrets/") you
can find one told by people whose job sucks. Whenever I can I response to those
articles with my job story. Back about 25 years ago I was a student. Before
that, I had been to the military for three years, so I do not like taking orders
But I've worked as a server somewhere. As a part of my job I would have to
make sandwiches to some uncouth rude brats. This includes defreezing a bun,
making a cut in the middle and filling it with some stuff. I remember that once
while I was defreezing the bun in the microwave for 6 minutes, the customer
never stopped asking me about his sandwich. Wow! Those minutes had been the
longest 6 minutes in my life. So, when the microwave beeped, I took the bun
out of it, made the cut and farted into it, then I added the rest.
Or maybe, I've done it to someone else. I don't remember, but I like it when
people read that comment. Some of them even response that a server should know
his or her place. Even when the story is about 25 years old people criticize me
for the deed, and even say that if one does not like his or her job then they
should quit. I like it when you read the story, and I hope you'll recognize
yourself as one of those nasty customers.