Only true consumers will understand the plight of the OP who posted “Aita For Asking For The Coffee I ordered” post on reddit and twitter. The reddit users encounter with coffee house employee has promted angry reponses from fellow users who believe OP deserves an explanation for what she was put through for asking a drink of her choice.
Aita For Asking For The Coffee I ordered Has Reddit Users Dissing “Rude” Employee
People are confused and now talking about Aita For Asking For The Coffee I ordered Has Reddit Users Dissing “Rude” Employee. Some says an explanation with appology is needed.
When the OP told the employee she takes her coffee only in light roast, the latter didn’t seem interested in entertaining the customer’s query. The new girl instead told the OP that there wasn’t much difference between what she asked and what was given and it would take her 6 minutes to put on a new pot. As they had run out of light roast, she chose to go with a different flavor and blamed it on “industry standard” which apparently allowed her to do what she did with the OP’s coffee.
When the OP said she didn’t mind waiting until her coffee was fixed to match her demands, the employee looked at her annoyingly walked to the back, and never came back. Another friendly employee came out later to apologize to the OP and even gave her the correct order. When the OP went to the coffee house again the next day, the owner half-jokingly half-seriously asked why she was causing problems with his employee.
So the OP was left wondering if she was in the wrong for asking for the correct order.
Not only do Reddit users feel strongly that the OP deserves an explanation from the owner of the coffee shop for the incorrect order, but they also think the employee was too “rude” despite not doing her job right.
“NTA tell the owner what happened and get clarification on it that’s actually the rule,” said one.
Second person: “NTA, dark roast hurts my stomach so I only drink light roast. There’s a big difference.”
A third user said: “NTA and don’t give them your money.”
“Nope, not the AH. I would tell the owner-manager if he feels that way I’ll find a better coffee shop that understands coffee,” read one comment.