The bad thing about the day
So it started with him being rude. I and my friend went to see a premier of a movie based on Kosovo War. I dint even knew where in the world was this place located. It was the first premier here , and the first in entire Asia. The open amphitheater was nice, and the place was excellent, café was the best but the person running it Rude, totally rude.
Me: Hey, can I have a water bottle
He: here take it
My friend: It’s not water, its ICE, can you please give us another bottle with less ice, we want to drink it now
He: take your money and give the bottle back (Literally the money on our face)
We dint say anything. We took the bottle with Ice and patiently waited for the ice to be converted into some water so that we can consume it.
After the movie premier got over, we went to eat something, again in the same café
My friend: Can we have spinach pasta (handed a 500 Rs note)
He: Go get a change
Me: but the pasta is for 250 rs, you must be having change for that
He: get a change or don’t eat
We went to the counter and threw it on his face, the same way he threw money on us and went out!!! A recent survey by ClickFox took a close look at what the repercussions are of a bad customer service experience. While 52 percent of disgruntled customers spout off to family and friends, an even more astounding 32 percent altogether will stop doing business with the company that wronged them. And when customers take to social media to air their ire, more than 60 percent of consumers are influenced by these detrimental comments.
I hope that fucking moron understands this.
Movie premier was super good, but his behavior spoiled our trip.
The good thing about the day
Higher daily peak temperatures and longer, more intense heat waves are becoming increasingly frequent globally due to climate change. Extreme heat events already have had a significant impact in India, where summer temperatures are historically high. National programs in India exist to address many effects of climate change; nonetheless, the country has yet to implement strategies to adapt to increasing heat.
Here in Ahmedabad it was 47 Degree Celsius today, almost burning us to death and then suddenly the weather took a new shape and it started raining heavily. The clouds were so beautiful that I spent an hour looking at them and clicking them: