Two female waitresses have revealed how they judge customers based on their habits when they visit a restaurant.
According to Dagens.dk, Kelly, a waitress at an American Steakhouse, went viral with a TikTok video where she appears with her colleague, admitting that they judge guests from the moment they enter the restaurant.
The video has garnered over 1.6 million views in a short time.
The video is based on the popular 'We are girls' trend on social media, but Kelly and her colleague created their version titled 'We are waitresses'.
They start by expressing annoyance when customers order both cola and water but only drink the cola. They laugh at customers' jokes, hinting that it's mainly in the hope of receiving tips.
They also share other revelations, like telling guests their food is almost ready even though they just placed the order in the kitchen, not having control over the restaurant's temperature, getting scolded when guests request something special, and discussing guests in the kitchen if they order a hot tea.
They also comment on couples choosing to sit on the same side of the table, judging them for it.
Additionally, they mention having an attitude when guests arrive just before closing time and sometimes having to flirt with the chefs to get food.
Finally, they admit they don't enjoy gathering the whole crew to sing birthday songs for guests.