>order ubereats. >meet at door. >"hey I'm down by the leasing office". >8 minute timer started

>order ubereats
>meet at door
>"hey I'm down by the leasing office"
>8 minute timer started
and these are the same people who tip shame you

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Onions id get

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >ubereats
      >ONIONS id
      Checks out

      fail

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        S O Y
        S_O_Y

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > order ubereats
    That's your mistake right there. Don't tell me you're a carlet. Get your own food, stop spending 50%+ of the already bloated menu prices for some pajeet to deliver it to you soggy.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Im drunk

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Aaron?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      If youre smart anon you would wait for those stupid discount coupons to come through...like 50% off a grocery store order, or 80% off a $60+ order. and order when you have those. Just today I got about $70 worth of groceries delivered, for around $36 because of a promo that I found, it has 2 uses too. Even though the groceries were slightly marked up, I still ended up with a discount of around 40%. Learn how to game the system instead of having such a blinding hatred for it you dont see how to exploit it.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I order from Ubereats regularly and while it's insanely overpriced, it does have it's pros
      >Get full refunds if the food takes too long
      >Take tip away if the retard driver doesn't follow the instructions
      >Get partial refunds if they fuck up my order
      >Leave at door so I don't have to interact with said retard
      >Way faster compared to ordering directly from the store

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >checked
    literally just tell him to meet you at the door lol

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >ubereats
    >ONIONS id
    Checks out

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      God damnit. Guess I should stop, it's a sign from the heavens

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    While traveling for work, I'll use delivery services for food because I'm too lazy to drive; that and I get cash per diem so I'm not really spending any of my own money.
    >had a driver pull the "meet me in the lobby" bullshit
    >get down there
    >"oh hey, sorry bud, state law says I can't deliver to your room, only the lobby."
    >proceed to research the validity of that statement
    >he's full of shit
    >complain on the app
    >$25 credit deposited into account

    Ever since then if something goes awry with a delivery I immediately complain about it on the app. I get $20-30 in credits every time.
    Another instance, and this has happened numerous times:
    >order food
    >tracker says they're close
    >put pants on so I can answer the door
    >nobody comes
    >text message
    >"your order was dropped off, please see photo, blah blah"
    >dumb bitch leaves my bag of food in the hotel lobby on a random end table in the main little seating area right inside the door
    Kill yourself.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's why I love ordering from Ubereats. Anytime some bullshit happens you give the driver a shitty rating and you get your money back, sometimes plus more. People bitch that it's expensive but it's worth it IMO. If you order directly from the place itself it takes way longer and if there's some bullshit they just tell you "oh we're so sorry about that hur dur".

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I also like how it's much easier to get a refund if something went wrong, even if the restaurant doesnt use doordash drivers (in the case of doordash). Pizza places typically use their own drivers, but their store is on the doordash app for example.
        If your order comes and it's fucked up, or the driver runs your dog over, good luck trying to get a refund if you ordered directly from the restaurant.

        >he doesn't give direct directions from the entrance of the complex to the building and which side of said building
        >he doesn't simply make both his own life and the driver's life easier because he's too fat for a quick walk down to the lobby/leasing office/front of the building
        do apartmentcucks really???

        I only really order at hotels, which are easy to navigate. That and I give my room number a second time and any other instructions in the comment box.
        What tilts me is when the driver says to come to the lobby and then acts shitty when it takes me more than 5 seconds to come down. Leave it with the fuckin front desk person then. In the time it took for me to get the text or call, put shoes on, find my room key and wallet and walk down, you could have dropped the food at my room and been gone already.
        I also don't believe the mandatory minimum driver tip should be based on the dollar amount of the order. Their job stays the same whether my order is $20 or $100. Driver tip should be a flat rate for all deliveries imo. Then you can go into the app and choose to tip more if you want.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >83g onions

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I ordered uber eats once and a literal filthy hobo delivered my mcdonalds

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >he doesn't give direct directions from the entrance of the complex to the building and which side of said building
    >he doesn't simply make both his own life and the driver's life easier because he's too fat for a quick walk down to the lobby/leasing office/front of the building
    do apartmentcucks really???

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When i order i make it as complicated as possibal so they always fuck it up, reality is ill eat anything

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you can change your tip after the delivery. i think you can do it in the app otherwise you can just contact support and tell them the driver did something wrong (like not reading in this case lmao)

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >gives autistically specific instructions simplified to the shortest form for maximum third world reading literacy efficiency
    >"yes hello sir, I am arrive but I do not know.."
    >have to go play find the jeet with my food

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