Date:October 25, 2020

These People Didn’t Exactly Get What They Asked for

You may have heard about the phenomenon of malicious compliance, which may be intentional or purely accidental. The logic is simple: you follow the rules way too directly and you end up conforming to the request, but not its spirit.

It seems like there’s no big deal in going to a restaurant, sitting down, and ordering yourself a feast. But things can turn sour really fast and there are some rights you should know about that the waiter will likely not tell you.

From asking for extra pepperoni and being served every single pepperoni in the world to mistyping 12-inch pizza and getting a solid 1-inch treat, below you can see the real incidents that could have happened to me and you.

I Told My Son He Could Only Get One Donut


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I Got Another Mac And Cheese Burger. This Time I Asked For “As Much Mac And Cheese As You Can Without Getting Fired.” I Might Not Survive

I Asked The Lady To Cut My Sandwich Into Three Pieces


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Friend Ordered Chicken On Her Pizza In Israel. Reasonable Execution


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Asked For Extra Pepperoni


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A Customer Called Asking If We Were Practicing Social Distancing With Her Sandwiches. I Told Her We Are, But Tbh Guys I’m Running Out Of Space

Olive Garden Is Proving A Point!


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Asked For Extra Cheese


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Asked If I Could Buy One Single Munchkin For My Dog’s Birthday (Who Loves The Drive-Thru) And They Blessed Her With All This. Glazed Munchkins, Bacon, And Whipped Cream!


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Customer Asked For An Ungodly Amount Of Pepperoni


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I Left A Note In The Delivery Instructions Asking For As Much Extra Ranch As “Legally Allowed By State Law”


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Ordered 12 Tacos At Jack In The Box At 2 am, Drive-Thru Person Must’ve Accidentally Put In 12 Twice Because We Were Asked Again How Many We Got At The Window When We Said Twelve He Just Shrugged And Told Us To Take All Of Them (24). We Deliciously Complied


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“Can I Have Avocado On The Side?”


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I Asked The Guy Taking My Order For, “As Much Fire Sauce As You Can Give Me Without Losing Your Job.” Turns Out That’s 243 Packets. I Love You Taco Bell, And Promise Not To Ask For Anymore Sauce For A While


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Dude Asked For Extra Mayo


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Asked For A Side Of Onions. Wasn’t Disappointed


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“Can I Get Extra Egg?” In Tokyo, Japan


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Extra Tomato


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Extra Limes For My Gin And Tonic


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Ordered Two Cheese And One Pepperoni. Got One Pepperoni


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