Is this the biggest first world problem you've heard about today?
2020 has been a year filled with challenges. Some were inflicted with bushfires, a coronavirus oandemic and other more minor issues - like, not being able to dine out regularly.
Well, one social media user has taken to Twitter to vent about an alleged apalling customer service encounter.
"My wife, date night after 3+ months locked up on quarantine. Waiting for shredded cheese as it’s the only way she can eat fajitas,” Texas man Jason Vicknair shared in a now-deleted Tweet.
According to the customer he and his wife had “asked four people, going on 18 minutes now” and that the local Mexican restaurant needed to stop “blaming COVID-19 for crappy service”.
He deleted the tweet, but screenshots live forever pic.twitter.com/DIgtaOYxUo— Jason Ence (@jasonuk17) June 28, 2020
Alongside his negative feedback of the restaurant, the man also shared a photo of his wife looking depleted.
Despite his vocal attempt to gain some sympathy, fellow Twitter users hit back at the man, with many of them sharing their thoughts online.
"I'm sorry the servers risking their lives to bring your wife some shredded cheese are taking too long, Brad. Maybe they're overwhelmed by having to bring people shredded cheese during a global pandemic that is killing more people than World War 1," a user pointed out.
"Millennials are clearly the most tragic generation in history," another said.
Others saw the funny side of it.
"The struggle is real! Don’t you know IT’S THE ONLY WAY THEY CAN EAT FAJITAS!" one joked.
The original tweet was deleted, so here are the screenshots. pic.twitter.com/KBuTo8CCGE— David Poller Photography (@PollerPhoto) June 28, 2020
Tfw when there’s no cheese on your fajitas and it’s the only way you can eat fajitas pic.twitter.com/t8FmIwNg6t— alex (@CallMeAl_ex) June 29, 2020
please sir, she needs shredded cheese for her fajitas pic.twitter.com/yXZLjKjPCS— adam (@burgerkrang) June 28, 2020
After copping backlash online for what many believed to be a dramatic call for attention, Jason deleted the snap of his wife and made his Twitter account private.
However, it appears having no cheese on her fajitas isn't his wife's only problem - she's now annoyed at her husband for sharing her photo to begin with.
"She is, of course, p**sed,” he said, according to the Dallas Observer.
“She said, ‘Why would you put this picture of me on Twitter?’”
Why indeed, Jason?
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