So... as some of you know, I work in fast food. And seriously, I'm not a stupid person. Usually. At least not according to professionally administered IQ tests. However, after spending years listening to things like: "I'd like blah blah blah to go" (at the drive thru... no, I couldn't figure out you wanted that to go) "What's in a combo?" (are you serious? the same as any chain place, use your head man) "What do you have to drink?" "Coke products." "I'll take a diet Pepsi." (I'll put my head through the wall now, okay?) "How many is in a two pack?" (yes, I was asked this... no, I have no clue how I kept a straight face) "Medium or large? The sandwich comes in different sizes?" (please kill me now) "(Insert any attempt to order a competitor's specific name sandwich here). Why don't you have that?" (because we're not whatever chain, we have our own sandwiches, try ordering one of them) Just some examples that come to mind. Sometimes I wonder if that stupid rubs off on me because I find myself having more stupid moments as time goes on. Then I wonder if the people who work with difficult children become incompetent by the same type of osmosis (at least those that went into the profession with intelligence and good intentions to begin with).