posted on Jul, 13 2016 @ 02:32 AM
You really shouldn't worry so much, I hope none of my regulars worry that I think they're weird!!!
When you deal with the general public, it really raises the bar for what can be called weird. Ordering the same thing every time is not weird, unless
you keep trying to order Chinese food at a Mexican place. I had one set of regulars that tipped really erratically, and drank iced tea with grenadine
and cherries in it. I had one customer order a scotch and milk. Ten years later, 800 miles away, a totally different customer orders a scotch and
milk. So I asked, for the love of god WHY???!!! (only with tact, haha) it turns out people with ulcers aren't supposed to drink, but when they drink
anyway, scotch and milk is the least irritating for an ulcer. I know I went off on a tangent, here. My point is if you're worried that people will
think you're weird, you're probably perfectly normal. If people think something is weird, you will know because it IS REALLY WEIRD. When you serve
people all day, every day, you see the whole range of human behavior and preference. The people who are weirdest or most annoying aren't thinking for
a second about what the servers think of them at all.