30 Things Employees Absolutely Hate And Love About Their Customers, Shared In This Online Group Dedicated To Subway
The chances of visiting a Subway at least once in a lifetime are pretty high. Whether trying to find something fast to eat and stumbling upon the green and yellow signs quickly and efficiently dealing with your hunger, or searching for hangover relief—this sandwich palace seems to always be nearby when you need it. And it’s run by the glorious sandwich artists, toasting your bread, spreading the tuna mayo and complementing everything with scrumptious chipotle sauce.
It’s no surprise that out of all the fast food chains out there, Subway has a dedicated community on Reddit with 16.2k sandwich artists—talking, sharing, and loving (as well as hating) everything to do with the birthplace of your footlong chicken teriyaki dreams.
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A Customer Just Left This On A Table For Me. I Was Having A Really Crappy Day, And This Made My Day
The truth is that even the best seasoned employees eventually start hating the customers for doing certain things and they are sharing their love/hate relationship with their customers online. Bored Panda has picked the funniest, tastiest, most hateful and most loving posts to illustrate this well-known establishment.