Using inappropriate language
By Laurel (L_B)
December 6, 2018 8:44pm CST
The other day we took our granddaughter out for dinner. The waitress used the "f" work because he couldn't figure something out. I was quite offended but before I could say anything my 10 year old grand daughter spoke up and said "that is very inappropriate." He never even apologized. When we were eating she said I would like to talk to the manager because nobody should talk that way at work in front of customers. I was quite proud of her for speaking up. I agreed. There is a time and place for everything and that wasn't the time or the place. Would you be offended if somebody who served you swore in front of you, your children or grandchildren?
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Isn't it amazing that a little girl recognized and had to speak up about the unprofessionalism of that worker. She'll go far. Did she speak with the manager? He may want her resume for a job when she's old enough with strong worth ethics and morales such as that.
• Daytona Beach, Florida
Of course. Your granddaughter even at 10 is quite grown up and knows right from wrong but other children or smaller children just pick up the bad words and then think it is alright to use them. That waiter should have been severely reprimanded.