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Sarcastic Remark Dampened Our Dinner

BEING SARCASTIC....

The first time I ate in this shop, it was in the early 2000s.  During that time, the boss was a slim, young and quite good looking "bald" man.  Very distinguished looking, people would wonder why a young man would want to shave all his hair and not leaving a single strand.  And now many years later, this boss has changed his physical appearance except for the hairless scalp.  His weight has doubled tremendously and I am not surprised whatsoever.  The business is so good till today, drawing in crowds even though negative comments have surfaced in Facebook complaining about his "attitude."  Some can take it while others might not be able to...

Incident happened on this particular night... someone ordered steamed clams.. and the boss answered, "tonight we do not have clams."... and it is only natural at that moment of time, the customer gave an expression of being  disappointed... "Oh, don't have ah..... "  to which the boss responded sarcastically, "You want me to serve you un-fresh clams, is it?  You want that??"  We were taken aback by his not-so-friendly and serious remark... if he meant it as a joke, then it is a different matter.... I guess we ladies cannot take that... LOL....

We had their famous claypot glass noodles with prawns.... 
Fried Fish.... 
Fish balls which cost RM2 each... 
And "Siew Loong Choy"
The meal that cost us RM100 over, cannot really remember cos someone picked the tab.. 
After the sarcastic dinner, we went to Take A Break to laugh it off... 


Comments

  1. Maybe success has got into his head. But I know of people going back to places even though they got scolded. I would never ever go again, never mind how good the food is!

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  2. Some people are very sarcastic. Sometimes don't know whether they are joking or not.

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  3. It would have spoiled my appetite. It is a wonder why people still go there to eat. Don't think I have ever been there.

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  4. I think this man needs a different kind of job. Working with the public is sure not his thing!

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  5. It is strange that sometimes restaurants and stalls, their bosses and stallholders have attitude problem yet their business can still be so good. If i were you, i will not return no matter how good the food is.

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  6. Geez. Must be a rough night for him. Lol. But good that you ladies laughed it off after that.

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  7. Adoi. Surely must say nice things to customers, right? Nice food and at least you ladies were not at the receiving end of the remark, or else boycott hah..hah...

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