Objective reporting, right?

Small tidbit of my Five Guys report today. Spot the "Man, I feel bad writing this" part.



Please provide a description of the crewmember who handed you your order today.

Gender: Female
Age: 31-35
Height: 5'1-5'4
Glasses: No
Race: Hispanic
Beard: No
Mustache: Yes
Shirt Color: Red

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It was kind of a feminine version of the Poirot 'stache... curled and all.



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Lol, I'm sorry... but that's funny. The worst are when the MSC asks us to describe a employee's weight.

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 31 year old male and willing to travel!
dspeakes, pretty sure. She had breasts and otherwise looked very feminine. Earrings, makeup, no chin stubble, feminine hands, no Adam's apple. Just a twirly mustache.

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Maybe she lost a bet. smiling smiley Maybe it was a stick-on. did it look like it was actually growing?

Time to build a bigger bridge.
It was real! The hair immediately on/around the philtrum was lighter and thinner and went straight down, but as it got further out, it started going sideways and got thicker and darker, and curled at the ends.

She was very, very close to my face, (I was showing her the Five Guys app) so I caught a good long look at the 'stache.

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Kind of surprising to come across something like that but I would most likely have asked her about it. Had it been something she did not want she would have shaved. Even if she missed shaving for a day or a week it would never have been that large. Whether she is a she or a he or a she changing to a he or whatever, this person sounds proud to be the bearer of such a stache as it was not hidden or disguised in any way and would most likely love to talk about it.
But asking about it violates the First Commandment of Mystery Shopping: Thou shalt not be memorable.

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Have PV-500 & willing to travel.
"Answers are easy. It's asking the right questions which is hard." (The Fourth Doctor, The Face of Evil, 1977)

"Somedays you're the pigeon, somedays you're the statue.” J. Andrew Taylor

"I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn't learn something from him." Galileo Galilei
It surpises me that the manager allows that, sounds like a bit much for a family place. I guess I am too old fashioned sometimes.
I was having lunch at Taco Bell the other day. Young lady [20's] came in. Her hair was fluorescent Violet...I swear it would glow if exposed to a black light. It wasn't a shop, but how would that be described in a report...

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Have PV-500 & willing to travel.
"Answers are easy. It's asking the right questions which is hard." (The Fourth Doctor, The Face of Evil, 1977)

"Somedays you're the pigeon, somedays you're the statue.” J. Andrew Taylor

"I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn't learn something from him." Galileo Galilei
Ahem, for people of Italian descent, a mustache often is part of the heritage--male or female. I have to think that dark-haired Hispanics share the same misfortune. Maybe not.

Anyway, I was mortified, as a teenager, when one of boyfriend's friends brought mine to my attention. I'm sorry be to a buzzkill, but this isn't quite as funny to me. (Electrolysis works wonders.)

(heart)

I intend to live forever. So far, so good.


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/06/2014 09:36PM by stilllearning.
That was not a "forgot to shave my upper lip" stash. It was a purposeful statement - maybe she was a little early for halloween? If guys can shave their chests I guess women should be able to grow a mustache - to each his or her own.
cjbstar Wrote:
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> It surpises me that the manager allows that,
> sounds like a bit much for a family place. I
> guess I am too old fashioned sometimes.


It would surprise me why he wouldn't. It WAS well-groomed, after all.

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I dunno. Asking people about themselves is something I do all the time. And I think lots of other regular people do too so I don't know if it would be all that memorable. I think it just serves to give the person you ask a small break from their humdrum day as a servant and make them a real person for a few moments.
but then again, you might be right.

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> But asking about it violates the First Commandment
> of Mystery Shopping: Thou shalt not be memorable.
AT least you could identify her gender pretty easily. I've been in situations where that was impossible, so I'd like a third option, maybe "unable to determine", for reports.

Kona Kathie
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