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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Worst Rail Disaster in the State of Virginia Wreck of Old 97

In 1902 the the southern railroad was granted a 0000 government grant to haul mail.The idea was to move mail fast,there was a cash penalty of 0.00 for every thirty minutes the train was late. According to the railroad book of rules,fast mail trains had the right of way over all other traffic except,passenger trains.It is said that 97′ had airbrakes,the engine weighed 80 ton and had nearly 10000 HP It was on a hot autumn day,sept.27,1903 there had been some problems when 97’pulled into the station at Monroe,Va. one hour and thirty minutes late.At this point Engineer Steve Broady and two fresh firemen a white man and an African American took charge of the train.Mr.Broady a former engineer for Norfolk and Western a dating bachelor,age 33 from Bluefield,Virginia had just hired on with Southern Railroad. But unbeknownst to him that day everything would go wrong that could possibly go wrong! Not only did he have to make up an hour and a half,but engine 97’had a history of being unpredictable and had even caught fire and burned only months before,when it was put in service.He had 167 miles of some of the roughest rail route in that part of the state.He had only been on this route once before.And he wasnt real familiar with Engine ninety-seven.It is said that 97′ could do speeds in excess of 90 mph.That day they had over 50 catch stations where mail was put off the train and put on without ever stopping.As they approached these stations it was the mail clerks job to pick up
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window, bathroom (large) – scraping started (20110527) (IMG_3062) (Worst Window In All Of Scotland warning)

window, bathroom (large) – scraping started (20110527) (IMG_3062) (Worst Window In All Of Scotland warning)
Virginia Insurance
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
Right after we started scraping off the old paint. At some point around 2005 I had some waterproofing spray I was trying to use up, which I sprayed on the paint here to make it last longer. It turned it yellow, haha. Not the right way to do things. So good to get this repainted anyway.

This window is barely even a real window! The inner window is a low-grade single-pane aluminum window, bit the outer pane is just a sheet of plastic screwed into the wooden window pane!. Not airtight! Not a window! Not glass! No R-Value! Not anything! I had sprayed Great Stuff in there years ago. Looks like ass but probably helped with the seal a bit.

We’re waiting for the sill on this window to finish rotting out. This window is one of the top 2 windows in the house up for future replacement. Always has been. It’s rotting on the inside too — often times during a shower some window will will fall into the water. There’s an exposed nail inside. It’s the worst condition window in the house. But of course, the longer we wait to replace it, the less money we have to spend right now 🙂

When I painted it, I actually painted margin around the edge of the plastic itself so as to obscure the ugly Great Stuff.

ADT sticker, Secured by ADT sticker, bathroom window, camera, house maintenance, peeling paint, window.
before painting.

front yard, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

May 27, 2011.

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BACKSTORY: So our homeowners insurance (Farmers) got dropped due to having peeling paint on our window sills (among other things). Weak. It was a LOT of work AND money for us to repaint all our sills. Wood windows SUCK!! Modern vinyl windows are MAINTANENCE-FREE!! Wood windows… You gotta re-glaze the panes when they fall out, and then the wood itself is always going to slowly rot away. We already had our cats knock a pane out, so we already had glazing compound for pane repairs. This came in handy when we painted our various window sills, as some also needed glazing compound.

It was quite a pain, because it cost so much money and had our living room in disarray for so many months, and the whole insurance basis for the situation was pretty bullshitty in the first place. We’re not going to make a property damage claim due to moisture that occurs because our paint was peeling! Ridiculous…

Bathroom window before painting: www.flickr.com/photos/clintjcl/4531380523/