>go to subway after reading about it in the neet threads
>first time leaving the house in months
>walk down the street, avoiding eye contact with other people
>already sweaty when I arrive at subway
>anxiety builds as I wait in line
>"what'll it be today?"
>"Ch-cheesesteak footlong. On i-italian bread please"
>"What was that? I couldn't hear you"
>Leave and powerwalk home
>avoid eye contact with anyone the entire time
I wish I was making this up. You people made me do this.
>tfw always feel rushed to order and can never try anything new
>tfw always end up just requesting the same old order i always get
>tfw never really have it "my way"
Subway is the worst place for socially akward people to eat. I just want the fucking sandwich on the billboard, but they ask you about everything, from bread, cheese, salad, sauce etc what you want.
>what kind of cheese do you want?
>w-what kind of c-cheese do you have?
How the fuck should I know what kind of cheese I want if I dont even know what kind of cheese they have. Are you supossed to learn and remember everything they have like the Multiplication table?
OP let me tell you people don't really care that you exist. There's nothing to be afraid of. To them you are just another face in the crowd until you get to know someone. Also I've met some pretty outgoing crazy drug addicts and homeless people on the street everywhere I go that pretty much raised the bar on what is considered weird. Some lonely shy dude isn't going to make people think anything.
nobody thinks about you as much as you. nobody remembers or even gives a crap about that embarrassing thing you did 3 years ago at some party or in class or wherever. they have their own shit to deal with.
Thinking this helps me a lot with social anxiety. I just keep in mind that normalfag wagekeks, with their jobs, their gfs, their friends, their lives, they have no room to remember a quiet guy. Just pretend you're invisible as you walk the streets, you basically are.
He said he remembered addicts and crazy hobos. People that look nuts and act nuts, everyone remembers them. If you just look a bit shabby and act reserved you won't be remembered at all, by anyone. That was his point I think.
this sint true people like to judge you for the tiniest shit
this anon said, subway is the worst place for robots to order at. It's like everything someone with social anxiety wants to avoid they have to go through in order to get food from there.
>standing in a long line
>room full of people
>have to speak up
>have to serve your own soda
fuck it. it's better to go to some place where you can just say I want a number 2 and get the hell out
NEVER eat fast food.
I'm always afraid niggers working at these places are spitting in my food since i can't see them.
I don' know how people can trust restaurants.
Make your own subway OP
I will point out that looking at the word, it looks like it will sound lile "Jesus take"
Yeah, I don't even have social anxiety, but Subway is easily the most difficult "fast food" you can order.
>"Welcome to Subway, what would you like to order?"
>"Yes, I'll have a six inch tuna sub and a six inch meatball sub."
>assume these are self-explanatory
>"What kind of bread do you want?"
>I guess that's a reasonable question
>"I want wheat bread for the tuna and white bread for the meatball sub."
>"Alright, what do you want on the tuna sub?"
>what the fuck kind of question is that?
>bitch, it's a goddamn tuna sub
>"American cheese and cheddar cheese."
>okay bitch, I see how this is going to be
>"Pickles, lettuce, extra mayonnaise, and if you have old bay seasoning or crushed red pepper, sprinkle both of those on."
>that should be enough you complicated-ass bitch
>"And for the meatball sub?"
>"Mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, and oregano or some Italian seasoning."
>"Alright, got it."
That shit was goddamn ridiculous. If you have social anxiety, you shouldn't go there.
The subs were fucking delicious though.
>tuna and white bread for the meatball sub."
>"Alright, what do you want on the tuna sub?"
The funny thing is you can order a tuna sandwich and they will ask you what meat you want on there, so you can order a tuna sub without any tuna, instead chicken.
I dont get why they even bother with the billboards and picturing different subs if you cant even order them. You can order a chicken teriyaki sandwich and they will still ask you what kind of meat and everything,
Yeah, they must be instructed to ask those retarded questions.
They should be like burger chains, with a default version of each sandwich and the customer able to add or subtract things.
Everyone saves time that way.
I don't need to build that shit form the ground up.
I tried ordering online at five guys once and they acted like they had no idea what the fuck i was talking about when i walked in. It was awkward as fuck and they made it sound like a huge inconvenience for them so i havent tried it since.