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curious

United States

#1 Feb 1, 2012
Got attitude from a snooty ass b!tch up there the other day, though usually they are fantastic. How does evryone else feel about 'em?
thatoneguy

United States

#3 Feb 4, 2012
guest wrote:
They totally screwed up my order tonight. Gave me a rt 44 drink but not the large tot I ordered. They gave me 2 drinks for a wacky pack a chocolate milk and a soda but they forgot the wacky pack and gave me extra drinks i didn't order. Waited 45 mins pressed the button 3 times and they never brought me my correct food. Also the waitress stormy was a real bi*tch.
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She's taken my order out a few times out of the million i have been there. Whenever I'm there with my girlfriend, she's a total ass....any other time she's all smiles
Dixie

Jonesboro, AR

#4 Jun 7, 2012
Whats the girl look like
Anonymous

Euless, TX

#6 Jun 8, 2012
they expect a 5 dollar tip on a 3 dollar burger. give me a break. go to college and get a good paying job tramps.
i always go to nettleton. they are so sweet and quick and that just ups their tip. keep up the work nettleton!
guest

Little Rock, AR

#7 Jun 8, 2012
There is one girl at the one on Parker Rd that always asks me if I need my change when I pay. Umm, yes I do. All you did was carry my food to me.
Anonymous

Euless, TX

#8 Jun 9, 2012
guest wrote:
There is one girl at the one on Parker Rd that always asks me if I need my change when I pay. Umm, yes I do. All you did was carry my food to me.
I always have several dollars ready for a tip
Whether or not they get this tip, I base on several facors:
How quickly I get my order (I of course take into account how busy they are
Their customer service skills: friendliness, questions (do you need salt or ketchup)
And just how nice in general they are.
I dont know if she will read thus but the older blonde woman who works at nettleton is always sooooo sweet and good at her job. yes I am the young girl who always orders cheesesticks! I always tup her at least 4 to 5 dollars. I wish more people in the fast food business were more like you.
I have worked in restauants, several, not fast food and I know they are very different. But customer service stays the same.
Some of you little snotty 18 19 year old chicks need to be thankful you are lucky enough to have a job. Again, solely my opinion. Sorry if I complained a little too much. I compare all the car hops to my favorite in nettleton hahah.
Anonymous

Euless, TX

#9 Jun 9, 2012
Sorry about my spell check in my post above. I have droid and downloaded the slide it keyboard......i love the colors but autocorrect is terrible on it.
guest

Manila, AR

#10 Jun 9, 2012
jamjam36 wrote:
<quoted text>
I always have several dollars ready for a tip
Whether or not they get this tip, I base on several facors:
How quickly I get my order (I of course take into account how busy they are
Their customer service skills: friendliness, questions (do you need salt or ketchup)
And just how nice in general they are.
I dont know if she will read thus but the older blonde woman who works at nettleton is always sooooo sweet and good at her job. yes I am the young girl who always orders cheesesticks! I always tup her at least 4 to 5 dollars. I wish more people in the fast food business were more like you.
I have worked in restauants, several, not fast food and I know they are very different. But customer service stays the same.
Some of you little snotty 18 19 year old chicks need to be thankful you are lucky enough to have a job. Again, solely my opinion. Sorry if I complained a little too much. I compare all the car hops to my favorite in nettleton hahah.
You tip 4 to 5 dollars each time you go to Sonic? Exactly what does this carhop do that deserves a 5 dollar tip besides walk out a door and bring you your food maybe 20 feet away? I just dont get it. Do you ever go inside and tip the person that actually made your food? I just don't get why you should tip someone for a simple, one time task. Now if they lady came back and brought you ketchup,salt,ect.....or even came back and refilled your soda, I could see tipping. Just because a person smiles and is nice is not enough for a tip I think, but each to his own. If you have the money to throw away in tough times as they are, I guess do it. When you get older, have a family, you will realize what money is and the importance of it. Hope those cheesesticks was worth the $9 bucks you paid for them.
guest

San Antonio, TX

#11 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>You tip 4 to 5 dollars each time you go to Sonic? Exactly what does this carhop do that deserves a 5 dollar tip besides walk out a door and bring you your food maybe 20 feet away? I just dont get it. Do you ever go inside and tip the person that actually made your food? I just don't get why you should tip someone for a simple, one time task. Now if they lady came back and brought you ketchup,salt,ect.....or even came back and refilled your soda, I could see tipping. Just because a person smiles and is nice is not enough for a tip I think, but each to his own. If you have the money to throw away in tough times as they are, I guess do it. When you get older, have a family, you will realize what money is and the importance of it. Hope those cheesesticks was worth the $9 bucks you paid for them.
and when you get older you will learn life isnt about money.
subsonic

United States

#13 Jun 10, 2012
Back to the original topic here of Gee St. Sonic: Does anyone know what happened to the carhop named Kassie that used to work there? She was great.
Guest

United States

#14 Jun 10, 2012
subsonic wrote:
Back to the original topic here of Gee St. Sonic: Does anyone know what happened to the carhop named Kassie that used to work there? She was great.
Kassie is best friends with the owners/manager there. She owns her own tax service and was carhopping during the off tax season. She spends her time babysitting her brothers children now. Yes she was great!
guest

Manila, AR

#15 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
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and when you get older you will learn life isnt about money.
Yeah keep telling yourself that. If life isn't about money that I assume you don't have a job and spend your time picking roses and skipping around your cardboard box all day long. Give me a break. Everything revolves around money, it shouldn't but it does. Only rich people who don't have to work 70 hours a week to feed their family tell themselves that life isn't about money. Must be nice in that kind of world.
guest

Lewisville, TX

#16 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah keep telling yourself that. If life isn't about money that I assume you don't have a job and spend your time picking roses and skipping around your cardboard box all day long. Give me a break. Everything revolves around money, it shouldn't but it does. Only rich people who don't have to work 70 hours a week to feed their family tell themselves that life isn't about money. Must be nice in that kind of world.
I don't have to work 70 hours a week. I've seen more money than you probably will in your life and once you have it you will see how little it truly means. I make more than enough for myself and enjoy the life I have. You saying it means everything probably means you haven't ever had any.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#17 Jun 10, 2012
I think the girls and guys at Gee Street are nice. There is a girl named Kristen every morning when I get my drink who is always so nice. I like the guy who skates in the afternoon but I don't see him very often because I don't go as often in the afternoon. No one has ever been rude or stuck up, maybe they are rude because you don't tip. You are paying for food only when you pay your bill. They only make about $3.00 an hour for their rate of pay. The tip is for service, if it's good, let them know with your tip. If it isn't, maybe it's because they have waited on your mean ass before and fought over who had to take your food out. They work hard and are on their feet the whole time of their shift. If ya don't like to tip go to McDonalds or Burger King. They at least pay minimum wage so no one goes home with less than minimum. Rude a$$
greg

United States

#18 Jun 10, 2012
Guest wrote:
I think the girls and guys at Gee Street are nice. There is a girl named Kristen every morning when I get my drink who is always so nice. I like the guy who skates in the afternoon but I don't see him very often because I don't go as often in the afternoon. No one has ever been rude or stuck up, maybe they are rude because you don't tip. You are paying for food only when you pay your bill. They only make about $3.00 an hour for their rate of pay. The tip is for service, if it's good, let them know with your tip. If it isn't, maybe it's because they have waited on your mean ass before and fought over who had to take your food out. They work hard and are on their feet the whole time of their shift. If ya don't like to tip go to McDonalds or Burger King. They at least pay minimum wage so no one goes home with less than minimum. Rude a$$
Well you obviously don't know that if they don't get enough tips to make their hourly rate of pay at least minimum wage, then the employer must make up the difference. So no one goes home from there making less than minimum wage either.
guest

Manila, AR

#19 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
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I don't have to work 70 hours a week. I've seen more money than you probably will in your life and once you have it you will see how little it truly means. I make more than enough for myself and enjoy the life I have. You saying it means everything probably means you haven't ever had any.
Excuse me for not being rich and having to bust my a** to give my family what they want. No I might not make as much or seen the money you probably have, which means you probably don't appreciate anything either. If you have to brag about being rich and then say money doesn't mean anything, it sounds like you have never had to work for anything. There are alot of people who have never had or seen the money you are talking about, but I am not about to give away 4 or 5 dollars when it can go my kids happiness. You say money means nothing but you brag about all you have.....you make no sense.
Sugar Tits

Euless, TX

#20 Jun 10, 2012
I always tip if I get my piece of peppermint candy
guest

Lewisville, TX

#21 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Excuse me for not being rich and having to bust my a** to give my family what they want. No I might not make as much or seen the money you probably have, which means you probably don't appreciate anything either. If you have to brag about being rich and then say money doesn't mean anything, it sounds like you have never had to work for anything. There are alot of people who have never had or seen the money you are talking about, but I am not about to give away 4 or 5 dollars when it can go my kids happiness. You say money means nothing but you brag about all you have.....you make no sense.
I'm not rich by any means but I did grow up more well off than others. I've watched it come and go and have worked for everything I have, while watching my father spend every last dime before he passed. It turned his entire family against him, as it has many people before and after. I don't agree with giving 4 or 5 at sonic however I do tip well because I think it's important to give when excellent service is given. I'm lucky to have a good paying job, and I have no children yet so I give it and spend it as I see fit. I am very appreciative of the things I have because I got them by working my ass off for them. Means so much more than someone just giving you a handout.
Hurp Durp

Euless, TX

#22 Jun 10, 2012
Sugar Tits wrote:
I always tip if I get my piece of peppermint candy
^^^this very much!!!
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#23 Jun 10, 2012
guest wrote:
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Excuse me for not being rich and having to bust my a** to give my family what they want. No I might not make as much or seen the money you probably have, which means you probably don't appreciate anything either. If you have to brag about being rich and then say money doesn't mean anything, it sounds like you have never had to work for anything. There are alot of people who have never had or seen the money you are talking about, but I am not about to give away 4 or 5 dollars when it can go my kids happiness. You say money means nothing but you brag about all you have.....you make no sense.
Giving your family what they want..........what makes them happy......this is such a big lesson to be learned here. What about teaching them to be loving and giving. I taught my children this as they were growing up. They are now unselfish and giving adults. They had to work for a living as soon as they were old enough. Yours may too. If one ended up at Sonic, you would love to see them do well and maybe get good tips. It makes them proud of their work and teaches them some self worth. Money doesn't mean a lot unless you learn to share with others and teach your children to do the same!!!

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