At my baby shower for Holden, my stepmother had put together literally the BEST chicken salad sandwiches i’ve ever tasted. The chicken salad was pre-made (I think from Costco), but as a twist she stuck it on croissants instead of regular bread and they were amazing. I think I must have had 4 of those things (no wonder I was such a fatty, huh??)
Before that point, I don’t think I was a very large fan of chicken salad, and still I try to stay away from it because I know how awful it is for you (especially when made by restaurants or WaWa or Costco, can we say MAYO CITY??), but every now and then I just have to have one. HAVE TO.
Today was one of those days.
Thomas and I pcked Holden up in the car and drove to a local deli, put in our orders (of course, mine for the chicken salad sammy) and sat down and waited. 10 minutes goes by. Then 20.. then 30.. and finally the manager comes up to our table (it’s not a restaurant, they just bring the food to you because they are SLOW AS HELL) and informs me the chicken salad is “no good” and therefore I can not have any.
Why did it take THIRTY MINUTES to tellme that? Especially since that shit had been made earlier and was just kinda sittin around in one of those chilled tubs waiting to be consumed. And why couldn’t another batch be whipped up? It takes me MAYBE 5 minutes to make tuna salad, and that’s only because I have to cut up the tomatoes and onions and our knives suck ass- but seriously, WHY!? Why can’t I have what I want?!?!?
He then tells me to order something else. I DON’T WANT SOMETHING ELSE! I WANT CHICKEN SALAD!!!
We’d already paid so I had no choice but to hastily choose something else..and it was okay, but when something you eat is just NOT what you really want, you aren’t happy.
So here I sit, still fuming about that stupid deli and their stupid workers who suck at life and stood around and literally did nothing while I waited for them to tell me I couldn’t have what I ordered and PAID FOR.
And I STILL want a chicken salad sandwich, damnit!
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