If it’s your first time visiting a restaurant (or maybe second etc.) it’ll always be the opposite.
“I wonder where my date is.”
“Sir, she was just here. You guys got in a huge fight and she said she never wanted to see you again before storming out. I came over to see if you were okay and you said you just wanted to forget this night ever happened. Then you ordered a cheeseburger and a Coke. This all happened, like, seriously, two minutes ago.”
“Funny, I don’t remember any of it. So can I get that Coke now?”
The sad thing is, there are customers like that out there, I have no doubt on this.
If I order a Coke (as in a COCA-COLA, and not just “a soda” some some people, for some reason, mean “Coke” to mean), and when they ask if Pepsi is OK. I say “No.”
And then I don’t get a soda.
Pepsi is better anyway but cherry dr pepper is even better
that would have worked better as an animation.
They taste the same. Give him a pepsi and he won’t notice.
They don’t taste the same at all!
…I can tell the difference easily.
If I ever ask for Dr Pepper and you say you have root beer or Mr Pibb or anything but Dr Pepper as though anything is a replacement for Dr Pepper… it’s the same thing.
“I’m sorry, sir! I though you said a ‘Choke’!”
“We don’t have Coke. Is Pepsi okay?”
“Depends. Is Monopoly money okay?”
I’m absolutely stunned, *stunned* that no one has commented on the classic Saturday Night Live “Olympia Restaurant” sketch with Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, et al.
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