After waiting in line for a coffee ( 10-12 minutes), I quietly chatted to a friend I had ran into at Solly's. She also complained that she had been waiting for a single bagel for 15 minutes. During the course of our conversation I neglected to hear the cashier say "next". I was prompted by the person behind me that it was now my turn. The cashier overheard me say to my friend while I stood in line that I was "just waiting for a coffee" Unaware that I was not speaking to him directly he snidely and loudly remarked" I can't take your order from over there" I informed him that I had already ordered while I waited in line( from one of the other 6 employees working who were incapable of making a coffee or a bagel in less than 15 minutes). The man who was making my coffee stated " it's an americano" The cashier glared at me and said " well , that's quite different from a coffee, isn't it??". I was quite shocked by the amount of attitude and condescension this guy decided I deserved for walking into a cafe; ordering a coffee, waiting in line for an unnecessarily long time, all the while showing no signs of being anything less then friendly and pleasant! Shocked by his rude remarks I sheepishly handed him by debit card and said sarcastically " wow, you're in a really good mood today" He sharply responded "AM I?" I handed him back the debit machine, which he couldn't take because at that exact moment he decided to check his text messages! ( I kid you not) . When he was done reading he said " ahhh, now I'm in a good mood" I took my Americano and left Solly's for what was without a doubt the very last time. As I was walking out, one of the customer's shouted to the cashier " You should go work in New York" ...Somehow , I don't think it was a compliment.
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