OMG. OR what if they don't have to cook new fries while I'm there. Like if they're really slow or something and nobody orders fries. So I can't really count shakes because they don't have fries to shake? The last time that happened I spent 7 hours in the store because it was the end of lunch when I went in and they didn't get busy again until that night. Then my shop got rejected because I went outside of the timeframe.
I mean. I get why they rejected it but lying and saying they were shaken 15 times was stressing me out. But at the same time I didn't want to say they DIDN'T shake them 15 times because it wasn't their fault nobody came in to by their stressful unsatisfactory fries.
Let me be Captain Obvious(and maybe this post was done in jest) does not the guidelines state something along the lines of the fries must be cooked to 5's standards and NOT yours? Whether you like them or not did they do everything they were suppose to? Hey, what do I know? I've only done one.
Perhaps I didn't use the sarcasm font.
This thread is dripping with sarcasm. How can so many people be totally not getting it?
I have a serious dilemma. I've been reading this thread and laughing so hard I have been crying like crazy. My eyes are now red and swollen and I have to go into a shop right now! If the rep asks should I tell him I've been laughing? If he asks what could be so funny, what should I say? I really don't want to lie because that is immoral, but how can I tell him it was from reading a mystery shopping forum and have him not suspect I am a mystery shopper. If I do lie and tell him I'm depressed, is that ethical? Should I put it in report if he asks? Should I put it in my report if he so insensitive and doesn't ask? This is stressing me out. Should I reschedule?