Food-service workers are agreeing on TikTok that customers who show up to their workplaces right after church are the “worst type of customer.”
One TikToker, @saint_hypnos, even called them the “worst human beings on Earth.”
@saint_hypnos stitched another TikToker who kicked off the conversation. On April 3, that TikToker, @jenmich416, made a simple TikTok, showing themselves grabbing a drinking cup from a stack. “The ‘Sunday morning after church’ is the worst type of customer… You won’t change my mind,” the text overlay on their video reads. They hashtagged the five-second clip “#serverlife.” The video was viewed over 700,000 times.
@saint_hypnos stitch also went viral, with nearly 200,000 views in under a week.
“Absolutely, and I’m glad I’m not the only one who’s like recognized this. … Sundays were always the worst in the diner,” they said in the video, “not because of the sheer amount of people that show up for like Sunday brunch; it’s the sheer amount of people that show up after church—because they’re the worst human beings on Earth.”
Viewers in the comments section of both clips also co-signed the claim, sharing their own stories of working such shifts.
“We call em CAT. Christians against tipping,” one user said under @jenmich416’s video.
“A group of 20 brunch ladies showed up, verbally abused me/made me cry and then left one of those bible pamphlets that look like money as a tip,” another person wrote under @saint_hypnos’ video.
“They push their way through the crowded waiting area then get astonished by the fact there’s a 45+ minute wait,” another said in a comment that @saint_hypnos responded to in a video with a story about a disgruntled “church lady” who who didn’t want to wait 45 minutes for a table on a Sunday.
The Daily Dot reached out to @saint_hypnos via TikTok comment.
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