So once the "Large Pan Supreme" was finished TO ORDER, I departed towards my delivery destination that was only a few miles away from our store.
Once I arrived, the customer immediately stepped outside to greet me and tell me that he made a mistake by calling us and having us make him an entirely new pizza. He explained, "I double-checked my pizza again, and noticed that the topping I wanted was buried under a layer of cheese, so I didn't see it."
So at this point, I'm fuming. I just brought a freshly-made pizza to a destination that was 3 miles away, and the guy clearly looks toasted as fuck (meaning he's high as a kite...for those of you who don't know what marijuana is). I literally wasted about a 1/4 gallon of gas driving pizza to a guy who can't even see straight.
The bill was $14.96...he hands me 15 dollars and says, "keep the change".
I legally and morally shouldn't say what I want to say about some people I meet, but on the off-chance that someone from my work reads this, I could probably get fired.
Let's just say one thing to sum everything up. There are two kinds of people in this world: the ones who tip, and the ones who don't. The ones who DO tip are generally happier as people. The ones who don't give off this aura of negativity that I'm sure a lot of people would shy away from, given the chance.
Just put yourself in my shoes for a second. Think about someone else before yourself for a change.