Disclaimer: this post is written to Christians. But even if you don’t consider yourself a Christian please keep reading anyway. This may serve as a good apology or at least an attempt at an explanation for much of what you’ve likely experienced.
You might have seen the post from Matt Walsh that has been growing in popularity recently. He titled his article Maybe You Get Bad Customer Service Because You’re a Bad Customer. It’s an article written to a person who berated a fast food employee for getting the ketchup wrong on her meal. It’s worth reading in it’s entirety but here are some of the highlights of his argument to this lady:
Now, I replay this back to you because I realize you probably scream profanities at minimum wage customer service representatives every time you run an errand or grab a bite to eat, so you might not recall the specifics of this one incident. And that brings us to the possible answer to that query you posed in the midst of your ketchup rant. You asked: “Why can’t I ever f*cking get good customer service?” Well, ma’am, that might have something to do with you being a vulgar, miserable, malicious person. Maybe you get bad customer service because you’re a bad customer. Did you ever consider that possibility?