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Just like everyone else, restaurant workers have been through a lot this year due to the coronavirus pandemic and some of them have even lost their jobs, which of course is not a pleasant experience, especially if you have to support a family.

Others are lucky because they still have a job, but sometimes the new times require desperate measures, and some of their tasks have changed these days, while others have remained the same and you will be surprised when you will discover them – or you will avoid eating out forever.

Unfortunately, most of the time, restaurant workers have to deal with rude customers, slalom among people’s children running unguarded and unsupervised through the restaurant or their pets, or even hide from you what is going on behind the curtains.

What many people don’t understand when it comes to eating at a restaurant is that it’s not your server’s fault if the food wasn’t as you expected, so they should stop blaming them for this. Also, the tips that they leave won’t enrich them, because they have to share it with the whole restaurant staff.

However, there are many things that you should know about restaurants, and the truth is that some of them are actually rude or disgusting. So, read on to discover all of them!

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