This Diner Has ‘Stupid Question’ On Their Menu And Charges 38 Cents For It

Anyone who has at any point worked directly with customers, or who knows about the Karen image, realizes how irritating customers can be. Truth be told, some of them are ridiculous. While other workers vent on private, some attempt to make their clients know of how senseless some of them can be. One of those is a restaurant called Tom’s Diner which recently become viral for charging its customer a ‘stupid question’ charge. Yeah, they really did.

There’s a cafe in Denver that playfully charges its clients for asking stupid questions.

The restaurant charges 38 cents to those clients who can’t get their heads over the most simple things.

They even included it on their menu as a side option.

Obviously, Tom’s Diner isn’t attempting to offend anybody, instead, they include some humor in the menu and it appears to be functioning. After a Redditor posted the menu showing ‘stupid questions’ charge, it immediately became famous online.

The restaurant manager, Hunter Landry, disclosed to TODAY Food that they are simply attempting to have fun with their menu. “It’s meant to be playful. It’s good to keep things light in today’s world,” he clarified. “When we have a good fun table that engages with us or when they ask about the charge, it’s always fun to add it on,” Landry added.

Ends up, the customers love this thought. Some even pose stupid questions deliberately. One client asked, “Are there any dues for the turkey club sandwich?” Another one asked, “Does the ice have any water in it?”

A couple of years ago, the restaurant’s menu incorporated a couple of more interesting alternatives. For the individuals who focused on a quality supper, the menu offered: ‘Skip your next meal’ for $Money well saved and ‘Walk home’ for $ Priceless.

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