Dear table 47...
I want to thank you for the little note this afternoon.
While I know I am not the perfect server I am thankful for the note you left this afternoon.
I haven't received a complaint in about four years, other than the letter protesting the gratuity on a new years eve, because they didn't feel like tipping.
Well the note was interesting to say the least.
The first claim was that I didn't deliver your drinks and that you would never come back.
Well I recall pouring your water and one Iced Tea, when I offered to refill you waved me off.
Naturally you asked for a lemon and a straw, something every tap water should come with.
The second claim was that I never checked back on you, however when I offered a refill on your tea I was waved off as I made sure the meal was satisfactory.
I know it was awful that I ignored you and I want to apologize, but I won't.
As well I didn't offer you your bread and oil, though I know it is a precious commodity, we don't offer such at lunch and I know it is a travesty.
As well the table next to you left me a shitty tip because they figured I forgot their bread as well, my mistake I suppose.
Naturally the next insult was far overboard, I didn't offer you separate checks...
Even though you both ordered the same thing.
Even though I carry the tickets on me that I fell will need them first.
I guess it was worth writing a message to the manager though, damn a waiter who dares assume two ladies who order the exact same thing may be on one check.
Even though it took me perhaps thirty seconds to rectify the "situation".
Thank you for the complaint, we always welcome feedback from our guests, even if it is the stupid writing of an idiot.
Thank you for stiffing me on both separate checks as well, it was a pleasure to pay a dollar each for the pleasure of waiting on your type of white trash…