By KATHRYN SHELTON
Chick-fil-A has the longest drive-thru lines in the country, so it’s no surprise that employees get peeved when customers don’t follow proper drive-thru etiquette. Recently, Chick-fil-A employees took to Reddit to share the orders they can’t stand.
One of the most common annoyances was repetitive ordering, like when customers ask for fries with a kid’s meal that already includes them, or saying “sweet and spicy sriracha” when it’s just “sriracha.” With Chick-fil-A facing a hiring crisis, it’s no wonder the employees’ patience is a little thin.
Hired for their winning smiles and friendly personality, employees are taught to take your order by name instead of a number and hand it to you with a polite “my pleasure.” Luckily for us, all their training comes in very handy, as these fast-food warriors roll with the punches, problems, and mispronunciations.