You've likely woken up in a cold sweat about it before, the little details you keep about customers get sent via email and end up all over Twitter. And some of them are far from complimentary.
It happened to one unknown restaurant in America, and the results are pretty funny. They were shared on Twitter by a lady who picked out the best of the bunch.
One reads: "We accommodated a last minute 12 top NO PRIXE FIXE for Will Smith. And she lied. It was a bunch of random people and he did not come AND THEY WERE LATE."
And another simply says: "Left $11 on a $200 table. 86."
In case you are wondering (we were), in America, 86 or to get 86’d means to get rid of someone.
Soothing my anxiety by slowly savoring this spreadsheet of notes on customers that a restaurant accidentally attached to an email blast pic.twitter.com/X4oXBXPqpY— Hannah Goldfield (@hannahgoldfield) July 7, 2017
this is a good one pic.twitter.com/WOkqdJMrOe— Hannah Goldfield (@hannahgoldfield) July 7, 2017
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- Nicknames aren’t always known to the person who owns them… read this fantastic blog by Devon-based publican, Richard Molloy.