What and where was the worst service you’ve ever received in a restaurant? How bad was it?

Question by SouthernPride: What and where was the worst service you’ve ever received in a restaurant? How bad was it?
I’ve traveled all over the country and visited some very large cities (NYC, North Jersey, Dallas, Houston, etc.,) but for some reason my worst experiences have been in Kentucky of all places. Very, very, rude, inconsiderate, impolite service in Louisville (two times, once at Arby’s and once at a hotel) and Frankfort (once there.)

For the record, the BEST service I’ve ever received has been in the South, once in Southhaven, Mississippi and Mobile, Alabama.

Best answer:

Answer by jymsis
A place in Savannah Georgia. Rude. They shoved us at a dirty table and came back with the check before we finished our salad. I felt like I was in the way. Southern hospitality my @ss.

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20100120 – GEDC1398 – strangest-shaped package I’ve ever received

20100120 – GEDC1398 – strangest-shaped package I’ve ever received
Virginia Insurance
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
The weirdest shaped package I’ve ever received in the mail!

cardboard, fender, package, plastic.

living room, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

January 20, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totalled. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (had to spend another on bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK!

You can also see my new closet shelves behind the package. Special thanks to Dad for helping me cut it. I can’t stain it until the snow is done melting, and I take it outside. Currently not using shelves in my closet, and it’s almost easier this way!