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Waitress asks if she was wrong to snap at a rude customer and return their tip.

Waitress asks if she was wrong to snap at a rude customer and return their tip.

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Working in the service industry can even haunt you for years after you quit, when you wake up in a cold sweat from a stress-dream about forgetting to bring a side of fries to table five and a birthday cupcake to the bar...

So, when a frustrated server decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about a confrontation she had with a table, people were eager to weigh in.

AITA for talking back to a customer and returning their tip?

I (23F) work in a small town bar and grill. It’s a fairly large establishment for a town of a thousand and can seat close to 200 people. We only had 3 servers for a Saturday night, meaning one server per section.

The section I was responsible for seats 52 people (8 tables total). While also handling the bar (seats 20) and to go orders (typically 1 order every 5-10 minutes) outside of our assigned 40+ customers each to care for, as you can expect things fell behind.

Sources: Reddit
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