The lengths that female supremacists will go to, to justify their belief that women are superior to men.
Here’s a post on that article about women being “made to wait” 20 seconds longer on average for coffee.
To make it short: Starbucks is the exact culprit responsible for the overcomplication of coffee, and should therefore suck my left one if I should demand something special. (I take Vivarin with my black Folgers, thanks, though.)
To make it somewhat longer: In my ninety zillion jobs in customer service, I have found that women in general are more particular about what they’re getting – before they buy, whereas males are more likely to complain or request adjustments afterwards.
In my experience, a male thinks: “There is this task which must be accomplished.” Whether he’s leasing commercial space [the space must have x loading docks] or buying coffee [it must get me peppy in a delicious fashion], it’s always really – often overly – simple. This is why men are so easy on *sales* calls and such a humongous pain in the arse on repair/follow-up calls. Your Nice Simple Man who just wanted the loading dock or tasty coffee is way more likely to come back and say “BOO HOO. I wanted the product you sold me to have this feature I did not specify because I didn’t really think it through when I was swiftly, simply making my purchase.” Sorry, male! This is where your straightforwardness makes you lose.
In my experience, a female thinks: “I am making a purchase which reflects on my personality, my upbringing, the wishes of my family, my image, what’s in fashion right now, what’s best for my health, what’s good for the environment” ETC. ad nauseam. We see a lot of this in the Christmas decor industry. The great thing about this is that a female is more likely to make the purchase she’ll be happy with the first time, which makes her less likely to call/come back up the counter/flag down a waitress to pitch a fit because she’s not happy. Females are also generally more sympathetic to a customer-service worker, or waitperson, or call-center tech (maybe because they’re more likely to have had these jobs?)
In summary, there’s no sexism or prejudice involved: all customers are butt-pains. La difference just has to do with WHEN they are butt-pains: before or after the product or service is handed over.
Such horribly twisted, circuitous logic doesn’t come easily – you need a lifetime of indoctrination. Any sign of proof? Logic? Evidence? No! Baseless assertions are A-OK when its men we are denigrating.
This is a slimy, tricky feminist we’re dealing with – notice how, in the beginning and at the end, she makes it feel like she’s being even-handed, when the actual content is anything but fair? That’s how feminists function – they make you think they’re all about fairness, while their black hearts are anything but.