Chick-fil-A customer says server spelled out her lisp on her order

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By James Kay

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A Chick-fil-A customer was left confused after it appeared that the person taking her order wrote down her name exactly as they heard it, which included a lisp.

The vast majority of us will pass through a fast food restaurant from time to time, as convenience and price can be a necessity after a busy day.

Going to a drive-thru will often mean placing your order through a microphone and sometimes things can be lost in translation, which is what one customer has recently found out.

Taking to TikTok, Joyce - who goes by the handle @afro_carribean7 - showed viewers how the server picked up on a slight lisp she has, and included it in the order.

Warning: The clip below contains strong language

Joyce recalled that she pulled up to the drive-thru and the person taking her order referenced her lisp, referring to it as "cute".

Thinking nothing of it, the TikToker gave her name over to be put on the order, but it wasn't until after she received her food that she noticed something a little odd.

It would seem that either the server didn't hear her correctly or was playing a prank, as the name written on the order was spelled "Joyth".

It would seem that Joyce saw the funny side of it, and viewers also engaged in the humor with their responses.

One person penned: "Can’t fault him! Your sense of humor is refreshing btw. More people should practice it!"

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A second person added: "They owe you a year of free sandwiches for this embarrassment lmao."

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A third said: "I bet he said 'my pleasure' knowing he was playing on that keyboard."

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It would seem that some empathized with Joyce, as they shared similar experiences: "I was holding a dog named Sadie & someone asked it’s name & after I told them they said “Thadie?”

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Joyce took the misspelling pretty well, and the server might have got a laugh or two out of it to make their shift go a little bit quicker.

Despite the name fiasco, we hope that Joyce enjoyed her food and maybe even goes back to give the server a talking-to.

Featured image credit: Kristoffer Tripplaar / Alamy

Chick-fil-A customer says server spelled out her lisp on her order

vt-author-image

By James Kay

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A Chick-fil-A customer was left confused after it appeared that the person taking her order wrote down her name exactly as they heard it, which included a lisp.

The vast majority of us will pass through a fast food restaurant from time to time, as convenience and price can be a necessity after a busy day.

Going to a drive-thru will often mean placing your order through a microphone and sometimes things can be lost in translation, which is what one customer has recently found out.

Taking to TikTok, Joyce - who goes by the handle @afro_carribean7 - showed viewers how the server picked up on a slight lisp she has, and included it in the order.

Warning: The clip below contains strong language

Joyce recalled that she pulled up to the drive-thru and the person taking her order referenced her lisp, referring to it as "cute".

Thinking nothing of it, the TikToker gave her name over to be put on the order, but it wasn't until after she received her food that she noticed something a little odd.

It would seem that either the server didn't hear her correctly or was playing a prank, as the name written on the order was spelled "Joyth".

It would seem that Joyce saw the funny side of it, and viewers also engaged in the humor with their responses.

One person penned: "Can’t fault him! Your sense of humor is refreshing btw. More people should practice it!"

size-full wp-image-1263206995
Credit: TikTok

A second person added: "They owe you a year of free sandwiches for this embarrassment lmao."

size-full wp-image-1263206996
Credit: TikTok

A third said: "I bet he said 'my pleasure' knowing he was playing on that keyboard."

size-full wp-image-1263206998
Credit: TikTok

It would seem that some empathized with Joyce, as they shared similar experiences: "I was holding a dog named Sadie & someone asked it’s name & after I told them they said “Thadie?”

size-full wp-image-1263206997
Credit: TikTok

Joyce took the misspelling pretty well, and the server might have got a laugh or two out of it to make their shift go a little bit quicker.

Despite the name fiasco, we hope that Joyce enjoyed her food and maybe even goes back to give the server a talking-to.

Featured image credit: Kristoffer Tripplaar / Alamy