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20th Aug '17 7:17:40 AM thatother1dude
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* In the more "picky," rather than "bossy" vein, a few ''{{WesternAnimation/SpongeBob SquarePants}}'' episodes have plots centered around this. Notably with Bubblebass and Bubble Buddy.
** [[{{Jerkass}} Bubblebass]] is so bad, he actually wound up sending [=SpongeBob=] into a HeroicBSOD. Bubblebass in fact hidden the pickles under his tongue the whole time ([[NoodleIncident along with someone's car keys]]), either to gain a refund (and thus a free Krabby Patty) or just to MindScrew [=SpongeBob=] ForTheLulz.
** The guy from "Pizza Delivery" comes to mind. He asks for a pizza delivery from a restaurant that doesn't deliver OR make pizzas and then berates [=SpongeBob=] to point of tears for forgetting a soda he didn't even order. Fortunately, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Squidward]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome convinced the customer to take the pizza "on the house".]]

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* In the more "picky," rather than "bossy" vein, a few ''{{WesternAnimation/SpongeBob SquarePants}}'' episodes have plots centered around this. Notably with SquarePants}}'':
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Bubblebass and Bubble Buddy.
** [[{{Jerkass}} Bubblebass]]
is so bad, he actually wound up sending an extremely PickyEater with [[OvercomplicatedMenuOrder overly complicated tastes]], who cackles maniacally when [=SpongeBob=] forgot the pickles on his order, sending him into a HeroicBSOD. Bubblebass in fact hidden hide the pickles under his tongue the whole time ([[NoodleIncident along with someone's car keys]]), either to gain a refund (and thus a free Krabby Patty) or [[ForTheEvulz just to MindScrew [=SpongeBob=] ForTheLulz.
undermine SpongeBob's confidence]].
** The guy from "Pizza Delivery" comes is based on [=SpongeBob=] and Squidward's journey's to mind. He the house of a guy who asks for a pizza delivery from [[WrongRestaurant a restaurant that doesn't deliver OR make pizzas and then pizzas]]. When they finally get there, after a ridiculous struggle, the customer berates [=SpongeBob=] to the point of tears for forgetting a soda he didn't even order. Fortunately, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Squidward]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Squidward [[PetTheDog convinced the customer to take the pizza "on the house".]]



** "YOU HAVE YOUR SLAW, SIR!"

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** "YOU -->''YOU HAVE YOUR SLAW, SIR!"SIR!''
20th Aug '17 7:10:30 AM thatother1dude
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TruthInTelevision, and there are [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ entire]] ''[[Website/NotAlwaysRight sites]]'' [[http://customerssuck.com/ devoted]]'' to examples of these unpleasant persons. Also, this Trope is not exclusive to food services--although as many examples on this page can showcase this specific environment can allow for some impressive ([[{{Squick}} and impressively disgusting]]) payback.

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TruthInTelevision, and there are [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ entire]] ''[[Website/NotAlwaysRight sites]]'' [[http://customerssuck.com/ devoted]]'' to examples of these unpleasant persons. Also, this Trope is not exclusive to food services--although as many examples on this page can showcase this specific environment [[RevengeIsADishBestServed can allow for some impressive ([[{{Squick}} and (and impressively disgusting]]) payback.
disgusting) payback]].
14th Jun '17 9:59:28 PM marcoasalazarm
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TruthInTelevision, and there are [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ entire]] ''[[Website/NotAlwaysRight sites]]'' [[http://customerssuck.com/ devoted]]'' to examples of these unpleasant persons.

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TruthInTelevision, and there are [[http://clientsfromhell.net/ entire]] ''[[Website/NotAlwaysRight sites]]'' [[http://customerssuck.com/ devoted]]'' to examples of these unpleasant persons. \n Also, this Trope is not exclusive to food services--although as many examples on this page can showcase this specific environment can allow for some impressive ([[{{Squick}} and impressively disgusting]]) payback.
14th Jun '17 9:50:02 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheWitches'', one client is apparently this, complaining that her steak is too dry. So the waiter takes back to the kitchen has the entire staff spit in it, and returns it. Later he reports that she likes it just fine now.

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* In ''TheWitches'', ''Literature/TheWitches'', one client is apparently this, complaining that her steak is too dry. So the waiter takes back to the kitchen has the entire staff spit in it, and returns it. Later he reports that she likes it just fine now.
21st Jan '17 2:40:58 AM stev1ew0nder
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* The character Imutii from ''The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals'' is seen to be very unsatisfied when dealing with employees.

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* The character Imutii from ''The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals'' is seen to be very unsatisfied when dealing with fast food or retail employees.
21st Jan '17 2:40:08 AM stev1ew0nder
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* The character Imutii from The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals is seen to be very unsatisfied when dealing with employees.

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* The character Imutii from The ''The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals Pals'' is seen to be very unsatisfied when dealing with employees.
21st Jan '17 2:39:27 AM stev1ew0nder
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*The character Imutii from The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals is seen to be very unsatisfied when dealing with employees.
8th Oct '16 2:51:04 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Series/SesameStreet'' has a recurring series of {{Muppet}} sketches featuring Grover as a waiter or similar service employee, attempting to serve a fussy customer (portrayed by the ubiquitous "Fat Blue" Muppet, and unofficially known as Mr. Johnson, or [[Series/TheDailyShow Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele]]). The early skits played the trope straight, but as time went on the conflict began to center more around Grover's confusion or incompetence as opposed to the customer's unreasonableness.

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* ''Series/SesameStreet'' has a recurring series of {{Muppet}} sketches featuring Grover as a waiter or similar service employee, attempting to serve a fussy customer (portrayed by the ubiquitous "Fat Blue" Muppet, and unofficially known as Mr. Johnson, or [[Series/TheDailyShow [[Series/TheDailyShowWithJonStewart Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele]]). The early skits played the trope straight, but as time went on the conflict began to center more around Grover's confusion or incompetence as opposed to the customer's unreasonableness.
7th Aug '16 3:17:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Series/AuctionKings'', some people bring in a piece, and then keep it in the auction when it appraises for far less than what they want. When the item sells for less than they wanted, they get pissed.


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* In ''Series/AuctionKings'', some people bring in a piece, and then keep it in the auction when it appraises for far less than what they want. When the item sells for less than they wanted, they get pissed.
31st Jul '16 12:02:47 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The guy from "Pizza Delivery" comes to mind. He asks for a pizza delivery from a restaurant that doesn't deliver OR make pizzas and then berates [=SpongeBob=] to point of tears for forgetting a soda he didn't even order. Fortunately, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Squidward]] [[CrowningMomentofAwesome convinced the customer to take the pizza "on the house".]]

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** The guy from "Pizza Delivery" comes to mind. He asks for a pizza delivery from a restaurant that doesn't deliver OR make pizzas and then berates [=SpongeBob=] to point of tears for forgetting a soda he didn't even order. Fortunately, [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Squidward]] [[CrowningMomentofAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome convinced the customer to take the pizza "on the house".]]
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