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Wendy's Drive-Thru Employees Hate It When You Do This
In a subreddit dedicated to anything and everything about Wendy's, Reddit user (and Wendy's employee) Jevey266 dropped a post titled, "That's it for my order." It begins with them instructing the customer to pull up to the second window and then describing the many rude and inappropriate asks of the customer — things that can really drag the drive-thru to a halt.
"BTW can I add two more large combos? Can I get three more large Frosties? Can I get no ice on all four of my large drinks?" — the list of requests goes on and ends with the Reddit poster's expletive of a reaction. In short, making changes to your order at the pick-up window can be extremely annoying for drive-thru employees.
Redditors clearly find this sort of behavior offensive. "I shouldn't be surprised people do this but you're a real a****** if you do this. ... I cannot imagine dealing with people who request these types of orders," wrote user sasparaco. Putrid_fox1808 added, "That's why I always do mobile.”