Thursday, March 15, 2007

Employees Must Wash Their Hands Before Returning to Work

Dear Fast Food Worker,

I felt compelled to write this letter to you to save you possible embarrassment if and when the health department decides to pay your establishment a visit.

I know it must be boring to be working the cash register in the drive through line. I am sure the monotony is liable to get the best of anyone. I can only guess that seeing my dog sitting in the back seat was a nice change of pace from the screaming kids you are used to viewing on a regular basis. However, it is not a good idea to call my dog to the front seat so that you can pet her. There are many reasons for this. Please take a moment to review the reasons listed below:

1) My dog is extremely incorrigible and it takes a lot to train her to sit in the back seat, especially when food is being introduced into the car. An invite into the front seat by you will only confuse her and make it much more difficult for me to get her back to where she is supposed to be.

2) I know my dog is friendly and tame, but do you? Calling a strange dog to the front window is a great way to lose a hand if you happen upon the wrong dog.

and most importantly . . .

3) YOU ARE TOUCHING A DOG WHILE WORKING WITH FOOD. Granted, I know at that moment you were merely handling the cash aspect of the job. But how do I know you don't change positions with the person at the front counter from time to time? Dog cooties and fast food don't mix. Bad, BAD idea.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

1 comment:

Pigs said...

Gross. And why would you want to pet that dog? ;)