I used to work in the food business at a place called Bill Gray's. (Not really fast food, but not exactly a quality restaurant) Throughout the years that I worked there, I've amassed numerous stories about the stupid customers that I get. One of the first days that I started there, I was being trained on how to use the cash register, and my manager decides to let me take an order on my own. The first person that walked over to me was a middle-aged woman. She comes up to me, hands me a Burger King coupon, and she says that she wants to order a Big Mac. I'm obviously confused, since she just confused 3 different restaurants, but I explained the problem to her, said thanks and left. No more than 5 minutes later, she walks in again, hands me the same coupon, and says the exact same thing. She had no clue what was going on! My manager, who was standing next to me, left to go outside because he almost started laughing at her on the front counter. Luckily, I was able to sort the whole thing out with her, and she left for good. The next guy walks up to me and starts talking to me about how stupid that woman was, and I agreed with him. He looks at the menu behind me and, no joke, asks how many mozzarella sticks come in a nine piece. My manager, who had come back from laughing outside, had to leave again, and I almost had to go with him, too.