>go into subway for the first time
>order a cold cut combo foot long
>guy starts making my sandwich
>2 girls walk in
>he takes their order while making my sandwich and stops midway to start making their sandwich
>get confused and leave
Does every Subway do this?
Yeah because halfway through he looked at you, realized you could probably afford to pay for the girls' sandwiches with your autism bux, and decided to try and be slick with them also realizing you'd be too beta to do anything about it.
It's pretty standard. The first person basically does the order specific stuff and then the second (who could have been in the back if it's quiet or could be the same person if it's dead) does the salad and sauces.
I think they have a policy where it's more important to keep people from waiting in a queue doing nothing than to make their sandwiches quickly. Also it makes the whole thing a little quicker overall if they want something that needs toasting or heating up.
>missed out on a cold cut combo
Boy, you dodged a bullet there. Congratulations on ordering the worst thing on the menu, and avoiding the terrible consequences.
FYI it tastes like 3 different kinds of the worst bologna you've ever had. Then your kidneys threaten to shut down.
>paying for some random girls meal
Pretty sure you can't leave customers waiting at all there. If he starts their order and they want it toasted, he can put them in the toaster and finish your order while it's in the oven.
Basically, it's bad to leave them waiting without taking their order, but it's okay to start on their sandwich and pause mid-way so they understand the wait instead of thinking they're being ignored.
Um yeah, especially if your sandwich is being heated and someone is working by themselves. It happened to me, and I didn't take offense to it. But it is annoying if they take too long to return to your sandwich. But do know that what happened isn't out of the ordinary.
Not sure if this is part of the American franchise experience thing too, but in German Subway stores their employees behave like they belong to a fucking secret society with some sort of insider knowledge.
They try to get you certified and study "special" manuals. and they start calling you a sandwich "artist". It's all stupid, a waste of time, and doesn't garner you higher wages or do they compensate you for doing so. It's just something they do to make highschool dropouts feel better for themselves before they realize they've been duped and quit for mcdonald money.
They've got a tip job at my local Subway. Any idea if they're getting the tipped wage minimum or the standard? I'd like to think my tip is helping out the dude that works there (he always remembers what I order).
At my store they split the tip by hour some places don't care who takes it. Honestly if he's the only one who's good just tip him directly. Or do the whole, shake his hand with folded bills, if you want to be discreet.
>go to subway
>middle aged guy licks my asshole
does every subway do this?
>go to Subway
>ask for the freshest sandwich possible
>go to Subway
>order my favorite sandwich
>pay for sandwich
>get chips and pop, too
>turn on TV
>movie is on
>somebody once told me start playing
>feels goo man
>go into inner-city subway
>empty spare some older patrons sitting around not even eating
>can't see any employees
>stand at order sign
>hear faint 'be right wit ya' from the back
>clearly a female talking to someone else
>right at the start of the ordering area, there's a sign saying 'for your convenience ... please refrain from using cell phones while ordering'
>wait and soon after someone comes out
>fat black nigress head cocked sideways jammed into her shoulder, cell phone in place
>motions me to start telling my order with that one-hand-clapping hand motion instead of the more polite and commonly accepted practice of using the English language.
>just tell her everything i want at once veggies withheld
>she's talking on her cell phone through the entire order, even after i paid and left
>finding the whole situation ironically hilarious but didn't complain even though she'd been rude as shit
nothing wrong with telling customers not to yap away into their cell phones while ordering, but there are some people who have to phone the people they're ordering for.
plus i hate how black people don't think at all about the sanitation aspect of touching their cell phones, pulling them in and out of their pockets constantly, gloves on or off. it's mind boggling.