I know this could be one looooooonnnnnng post. There are two things that seem to keep coming up that every time I hear it makes me cringe. I have been hearing them a lot lately and I need to vent on all of you so I don't take it out on the wrong stranger.
When you go to a restaurant and you get this from the waitress... " Hi! My name is ----- and I will be taking care of you." What did you say? You are going to be "Taking care of me?" Are you kidding. You are writing down what I want to eat, handing it to a cook, and carrying it back when its ready. When did that become "taking care of me."? It is such suck up BS. Actually, I think it is a little disrespectful to my wife sitting next to me. She is the one taking care of me. You don't make my lunches or fold my underwear so don't claim anything close to the same category. If I really needed someone to take care of me while I was here, and you were offering, why don't you get me an oil change while I am eating. Maybe run back to the house and take the dog for walk. What I could really use would be someone to organize my tool box. Think you can handle that? That would really be a big help. If not, say so, or just ask me what I want and don't sugar coat some BS.
OK, that is my my main peev, this one is not so bad but it is still like nails on a chalkboard to me.
The "Thanks Hun or your welcome Hun." Don't call me Hun!!! I am not your Hun! You are not my wife and she doesn't even call me Hun! When did you decide, after all these mornings of getting coffee at your drive thru , did you decide that now was the appropriate time to start calling me Hun? I hand you 1.25 dollars and you hand me coffee through a window. Simple as that. That is not a relationship, it is a transaction. I am not being rude. I don't mind a little chit chat. But lets be honest, I am also never going to have you over for a BBQ or do I care where you moved here from or what the weather is like back there at 5:30AM IN THE MORNING!!! Lets be professional and let me on my way.
Ahhh, I feel better now.
7 months ago