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A True Story: Walmart Cake

Posted by monicayoo about 6 years, 7 months ago.
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A friend of mine sent this picture and the conversation to me:

Okay so this is how I imagine this conversation went…”
Walmart Employee: “Hello 'dis be Walmarts, how can I help you?”
Customer: ” I would like to order a cake for a going away party this week.”
Walmart Employee: “What you want on the cake?”
Customer: “Best Wishes Suzanne” and underneath that “We will miss you”.

64 Comments

  • sqladmin
    sqladmin said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    i signed up just to comment on this…

    the description you gave is the exact reality.

    this is why i don't shop there. that plus the company
    they carry. many of the patrons are no different than the
    staff. i feel uncomfortable around them. i'm sure there are a
    few exceptions to the rule, but those are rare.

    walmart employs people out of a public service rather than
    a true doctrine of legitimate hiring practices. most of them would
    not measure up to traditional standards. it's sad.

    i'm sure i will get heckled for this comment, but is it wrong
    to have expectations? i mean… if it was fast food then my
    expectations would be in-line, but for such a giant retailer? you
    have to draw the line somewhere.

    • caclark
      caclark said:
      (6 years, 5 months ago)

      I must admit shopping at Walmart is often creepy to me. It usually feels trashy. I don't get the same vibe at a Target.

    • delidude07
      (4 years, 5 months ago)

      my sentiments exactly and i work there—they pay well and until I graduate from college, I need a job with decent pay and flexible hours—but the employees and clientele freak me out too

  • joe
    joe said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    so you have decided to take the opportunity to make fun of someone who is probably barely literate as a result of our fucked up education systems and probably a prime product of the environment they were raised in. followed by someone who did an excellent job on the lettering and probably realizes they will be yelled at by an incompetent manager if they do not squirt out icing exactly emulating the letters on the form they were given. well done. very amusing.

    and to “sqladmin” you're right, as you suspected there is a good chance you're a self-righteous bitch. and me, don't worry I'm a total screwup. but I typically try my best. we could all use more education.

    • pokerkasia
      (6 years, 5 months ago)

      I think we're all laughing at that person's lack of common sense, not poor education. You cannot teach common sense and logic. You're either an intelligent person, or you're not.

    • nikonerx
      nikonerx said:
      (6 months, 1 week ago)

      I doubt its lack of education, it's probably a dam border hopping illegals inability to speak our dam language!

      But in general Walmart is pretty sketchy especially the first and last of the month. That’s when the welfare scum of America descends on Walmart like a plague. Which is why I generaly carry my gun when I go out, last thing I need is some black punk looking to play the knock out game with whitey.

  • imontheotherline
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    ok i think there is enough self-righteousness from both of you to last me a month. using this image as a soapbox to critique Wal-Mart's hiring practices or expounding on the shortcomings of the US educational system is ridiculous.

    lighten up. just in case no one noticed - this is really funny. screw-ups happen - no one died, it's unlikely anyone got fired, and i am sure Suzanne did not cry because she got a f-ed up message on her $10 going away cake.

    We'll Miss You, Susanne……!

    • neror
      neror said:
      (6 years, 5 months ago)

      If anything, Suzanne probably got the most memorable cake she'll ever get. A bargain for only $10. :)

  • jgiardina
    jgiardina said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    RLY?

  • caclark
    caclark said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    I have to agree…everyone needs to lighten up and laugh a bit. Its still funny no matter how it happened. Errors and mistakes can happen lots of ways - unless you are there you can't really know what happened. And let's be honest, there are people with subnormal IQs.

  • xmdan
    xmdan said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    I'll be pissed too, they misspelled “underneath”!

  • metaldave
    metaldave said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    I've seen a lot of comments on natuba, but never anything like this. AMAZING!! Granted I dont like walmart, but the employees shouldn't be picked on cause of a defective pastry text. They have a job cause of this “horrible” company, maybe otherwise they would be on the street. Would that make you feel better? And I would suggest learning how to bake your own cake, I think they teach ninth graders to do it in high school….

  • courtchick54
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    it doesn't matter where you go in this country, everyone that's hard core wal mart looks the same. they are idiots, and honestly if all of us stopped giving them our business it would really not affect them. they would still make gazillions of dollars and have stupid employees who don't give a crap.

  • patti713
    patti713 said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    Ok…let me start by saying that I am a Professional Cake Decorator, for almost 24 years. I don't think this “mix up” was the fault of the decorator or the person who took the cake order. You people have to remember, “cake decorators” at Wal Mart, or any other in-store-bakery, on the most part, have never taken any classes on decorating a cake. And to boot, they probably make minimum wage, too. I think the “mix up” is hilarious! And I'm sure Suzanne got a huge laugh from it as well. From all my years of experience of working with people and their cake orders, I can only remember ONE customer that wasn't satisfied with my work. But remember this one folks…Most people have such High Expectations of what they want on a cake…ie…ordering the smallest cake available and wanting more on it than is possible. We, as decorators, can't take a “dog turd” and turn it into a “gold brick”. This “mix up” has Nothing to do with illiterate people. It's a “common sense” thing, and Most people don't possess that!!!

  • donna
    donna said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    Them idiots writing that on a cake does not surprise me seeing how stupid they are at that store……..you would think the idiots would at least use a damn dictionary. I think the requirement to work at walmart is to be a dumb ghetto black and have a iq of 1

    • delidude07
      (4 years, 5 months ago)

      And you would think that ANY idiot woulod know that beginning a sentence with “Them idiots” is just as bad as writing “Under Neat That.” Perhaps you are one of those exceptional idiots who should have used a damn grammar book!

    • rockxsmith
      (4 years, 3 months ago)

      I might be really late, being that it's been over 2 years, but really bitch?! Do you really think you have the right to say anything. “Them idiots..” Come on now. It's 2010 (was 2008 when you wrote this), people still saying shit like this just doesn't make any sense to me. Might I add I'm a white woman engaged to an EXTREMELY intelligent black man, who grew up in the “ghetto”. You would probably think he was just one of these SO CALLED “dumb ghetto black” people if he were working at a Wal-Mart as well. Even the most intelligent people have to do what they have to do to make money and survive. And if that means working at Wal-Mart, then so be it. You must have shit yourself when you heard we were going to have a black president. OBAMA OBAMA OBAMA! Lmao!

      Might I add this cake shit is hilarious. If Suzanne didn't get a laugh out of this then she has no humor. Also, the person who purchased the cake hopefully laughed while taking this picture and telling the person at the bakery “HAHAHA! Bitch, give me back my money. I'm still taking this cake because I still have to give Suzanne something. She'll get a kick out of this anyway.”

  • dacey
    dacey said:
    (6 years, 5 months ago)

    The requirement to be an employee at Wal-Mart is not to have an IQ of 1 or to be a “dumb ghetto black”. I am an employee of Wal-Mart and I do not appreciate what you have said. I am not a “ghetto black” nor do any “ghetto blacks” work at the Wal-Mart at which I am employed. I am a soon to be college educated woman and I truly do not appreciate my workplace being commented about as you have.

  • pupdave
    pupdave said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    Ok i signed up just to comment too… wow..

    people are failing to understand that the reason you are noticing a certain substandard work ethic among SOME of the waltmart's employees is because in corporate America, thats the best that most of these people can do. the cause of that being economic environment, education, and family and moral upbringing. So you get creeped out when you shop with other people that do not have money to shop any other place. to say that walmart only hires ghetto people or only has ghetto people patron their store is an ignorant and narrow minded point of view. these minimum wage and blue collar people that work and patron walmart are the same people that pump your gas, wait on you at your favorite cafe,the same people working behind the desk at a hotel, and while they may not be the smartest, well dressed people they are still human. and they have every rite to get totinos pizza's for $.99 like everyone else.

  • erinerinerin
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    My graduation cake came from Wal*Mart and the person who did it even spelled “Congratulations” wrong. And that cake cost much more than ten bucks.
    The point is, they make stupid mistakes. I understand that Wal*Mart always hires disabled people first, but in a position where it's important to spell well and understand what people are asking for, they should definitely employ people who know what they're doing. And don't start crap saying, “Wahhh, boo hoo, they can't help it.” I KNOW THEY CAN'T. I'm just saying, they should be doing things that don't require them to do things they can't do well. If you have anything to complain about in what I said, I don't care. Just don't expect me to read it because once I navigate away from this page I probably won't come back.

    • delidude07
      (4 years, 5 months ago)

      I think that basic skills should be a foundation for employment of any kind. if they cannot spell and make change they should not be hired. This is why America is in the shape it is in. We have excused people's shortcomings for too long. Granted, Suzanne had a memorable cake, but this is inexcusable and it never should have happened. Think what could have happened if Suzanne's cohorts didn't have a sense of himor. How many cakes have been returned and how much money has Wal*Mart lost because they hire the functionally illiterate.

  • kcroy
    kcroy said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    The cake is hilarious and so are the comments. This is awesome. I wish it was my cake. Too funny! Thank you for the laughs. The only reason I am still writing is that the other comments were really long and mine was very short. I am wishing I had some insightful look at society or commerce, but I don't. Best picture on Natuba!

  • midgethunter
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    I go to a prep school and the last time I went some red necks started a fight with me and a few other kids cursing out our school. We ended up calling a few football players and put them in their place; what fun that was. Can't wait to go to Walmart next week (sarcasm).

  • wamartsux
    wamartsux said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    Where's the proof that this cake actually came from wal-mart?

    Get off your high horses, you folks are almost as dumb. How many email forwards/stories like this have accurate descriptions? (Google Snopes for examples.) It was probably added because some no-name bakery wasn't nearly as comical, or believable.

    I thought the cake spoke for itself and didn't need the descriptive story, anyway.

  • x__kels
    x__kels said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    IT'S. A. FUCKINGCAKE.

  • pc508
    pc508 said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    Come on, this is hilarious. If it wasn't, it wouldn't be forwarded to almost everyone on the planet by email (today was the 3rd time I've received this). Anyway, some years ago I and my daughter went to a local supermarket to buy a birthday cake for my grandmother. “What would you like on the cake?” he asked. “I'd like it to say 'Happy Birthday Nanny” I replied. “What?” he asked. “It's for my grandmother's birthday, so I'd like it to say 'Happy Birthday Nanny,” and I spelled it “N-A-N-N-Y.” When the person came back with the cake, he had written “Happy Birthday Danny.” It was so funny, so much so that on my birthday, my daugher got me a cake that said, “Happy Birthday Danny” with a line drawn through the “Danny” and my name written underneath (not under neat!).

  • whatshername
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    this cake is a lie…

    • john
      john said:
      (6 years, 4 months ago)

      I aint falling for that again GlaDOS!

  • juneeily
    juneeily said:
    (6 years, 4 months ago)

    I also signed up just to comment on this.

    First off, I find it AWESOME, this cake. Sure, I'd be annoyed upon first seeing it if I was the one who ordered it… but then I'd realize how funny it really was.

    But, also, you can't go saying that Walmart employees are stupid because of a picture of a cake. Someone here said you can't prove that it WAS Walmart that made the cake. Likewise, you can't prove that the “under neat that” wasn't a part of the order. People do weird things. You never know if the person who ordered the cake didn't WANT it there, just so they could have this picture.

    But I work at Walmart. And I was in the top 10% of my high school class. I got a full-ride scholarship. I can't honestly say I have many adult accomplishments, but I think that can be excused, as I am only a month out of high school. My point is that I am not uneducated (going to college in 2 months), from the ghetto (look up “West Omaha” on google), black (Irish. I get sunburns faster than hamburger cooks on a grill), or mentally challenged (I already said how this was disproven… and also, it fits with “uneducated”… so just take it as a “so THERE”)

    Think about what you write before you say it.

    But thank you for posting the picture! I hadn't seen it yet! Seriously made my evening!

  • moultriedog
    (6 years, 3 months ago)

    Can someone please answer these questions for me?

    1: Who in their right mind would pay for a cake seeing such an
    error?
    2: Why would anyone go to college to pursue a job at a retail
    discount store?
    3: What will you do when the “Hulkster” comes for you? LOL,lol,lol….

    • john
      john said:
      (6 years, 3 months ago)

      I would defiantly pay for the cake upon seeing that error cause its just too priceless and no one would believe it

  • guy
    guy said:
    (6 years, 3 months ago)

    RE: 3) I would jump in the car with his son … on second thought, I would drive.

  • shellybean
    (6 years, 3 months ago)

    26 people have commented on this photo. LOL! I'm thinking there are 26 people who need something to do. Maybe take a cake decorating class! LOL!

    :)

    • chupacabra
      (6 years, 3 months ago)

      27 people need something to do, LOL!

      • guy
        guy said:
        (6 years, 2 months ago)

        28

  • daf
    daf said:
    (6 years, 3 months ago)

    No one has mentioned that maybe the whole thing was a joke from the get go. I know to start with Monica put it on Natuba, but I had that same picture e-mailed to me well over a year ago. This thing has likely gone around the world twice by now. I think it is hilarious too. I also think it is a hoax

  • mnmsgrammy
    (6 years, 3 months ago)

    Another thing that hasnt been mentioned is that the decoration on the cake is very pretty! As a cake decorator for the past ten years I would know that something was up if I was asked to write this on a cake! DUH! So, some of us are born with the talent and have never had to go to school. Yep I am also a cake decorator at Wal*Mart! I dont appreciate the negative comments but it teaches me not to be judgmental like the ones making the comments. It's bad enough that we are treated like scum by management and paid very poorly, but we also have to be judged by our own class and those who wish they were in our class. It's sad. Oh well.

  • kim110503
    kim110503 said:
    (6 years, 1 month ago)

    Has anyone considered the idea that this was a joke done by the cake decorator?? I have ordered cakes at Walmart (which are pretty good btw) and you usually fill out the form yourself, writing what you what put on the cake to avoid misspelling anything. Maybe the person who ordered this cake put “Best Wishes to Suzanne and underneath that We'll Miss You.” Maybe the decorator decided to have a little fun at their expense and wrote it all. Poor joke or a mistake, it's pretty funny and I doubt Suzanne was mad about it.

  • kim110503
    kim110503 said:
    (6 years, 1 month ago)

    Another thing, this is not the first time that there have been mistakes on cakes before. If you go to Spones.com you can see several other examples, and they were not all from Walmart. So just because you work (or shop) at Walmart it does not mean you are stupid or ghetto or anything else people have posted here. And just because you work at an upscale bakery, you are not exempt from mistakes either. And for those of you who get a “creepy vibe” when you shop at Walmart, you have some issues. I shop there all the time, with my kids, and love the store and their prices. For those of us who work our hardest and do our best but still haven't “made it”, Walmart is the best retailer.

  • busymommao3
    (5 years, 9 months ago)

    I signed up just to comment on this one. I think its funny. I laughed my butt off. I read a few comments and disagree with some about WalMart. They don't just pick people off the street. They have to check on people and run them through a detailed process. Remember they are an Equal Opportunity Employer. If a person is an immigrant and never learned English and grammar, then they won't know better. Another thing I seen is the freakiness of WalMart shopping, that is completely insane. I have shopped in all kinds of stores and continue to go back to WalMart on a weekly and sometimes daily basis. FYI, I don't work at WalMart and never have. You've got to admit it is a one of a kind cake…LOL.

  • pattyfadhouli
    (5 years, 8 months ago)

    This is funny! People make mistakes allover. My mom is now a people greeter for Wal-mart and she loves it.

  • blackrealestate
    (5 years, 7 months ago)

    Wow!! This is so funny!! I would have posted this everywhere as well!! Thanks for the laugh!!

  • blondie
    blondie said:
    (5 years, 6 months ago)

    Will the real cake decorator please stand up??? However, I wouldn't blame you if you don't want to reveal yourself, after the remarks I've read about this…
    I've had a birthday cake with my name misspelled once, and it came from a grocery store bakery. I would think that this kind of thing happens from time to time in stores that pay their employees minimum wage. The worker may have been distracted or tired.
    I shop at Wal-Mart often because of the low prices, although there are times that the crowds get on my nerves and sometimes the staff is rude. It is like a zoo on Saturdays and between five and nine in the evenings. I prefer to shop at locally-owned businesses, because I like to support my local community and economy, and I like the friendliness and personalized attention I get. But sometimes I cannot afford it. My husband and I are both masters college level educated and work, but there are times when we must cut corners.
    I may be ordering my son's birthday cake from Wal-Mart this month, I'll make sure to double check with the bakery ahead of time and write my own message down to give to them!

  • letho
    letho said:
    (5 years, 6 months ago)

    come on, it's funny :)

  • cookie
    cookie said:
    (5 years, 5 months ago)

    I also have been a cake decorator for years. I was excited to join Wal Mart as a cake decorator. I had alot of cake orders that “other” employees took & yes they were NOT exactly what the customer wanted. So the cakes were discounted or given for free. The Bakery Manager we had, did not have any “work ethics” She cared less about any kind of organization, quality & products out of date. She didn't understand the cakes come in frozen & they should stay frozen. She had them out all day & then back in the reezer several times. Customers complained about DRY cakes. No wonder!! We were always short handed, never could make any cake orders ahead of time. So when the cutomer would come in to pick up their cakes, they were never ready. They would have “any” employee come to bakery to help us. I QUIT after the bakery manager changed expired dates on some cupcakes & cakes.I I take pride in what I do & I wanted to be NO part of working with that manager. I would NEVER buy any bakery, deli, dairy products from Wal Mart. I was sad to learn 95% of the employees HATE their jobs. Some of the managers they hire ruin it for the employees. It was experience for me & changed my outlook on Wal Mart for sure.

  • mom2six
    mom2six said:
    (5 years, 5 months ago)

    OMG this cake was hilarious!!!!!!!!! I bet it sure made for a lot of laughs at the party!

    Lighten up people!

  • employee
    employee said:
    (5 years, 5 months ago)

    This is not a hoax. It was for a lady at Shelter Insurance in Little Rock who was moving to the west coast with her husband. Call them to confirm if you want. It was not meant as a joke, but it has kept the company laughing for a long time!

  • mullymully
    (5 years, 4 months ago)

    I am a cake decorator at a Wal-Mart where we have as many idiots working as we do intelligent, hardworkers who have stayed with their jobs long enough to earn decent enough money to support their families. I myself, am 25, have been with the company for nine years, have had a daughter, and put myself through college to earn an elementary teaching degree thanks to Wal-Mart's flexible scheduling. I have one term left before I become a teacher (an even more thankless and underpaid job than I have now), but I would probably still keep a part time job at Wal-Mart because I love decorating cakes no matter how much they pay me; I do a good job because, like many (but not all) Wal-Mart workers, I have learned to value great customer service from myself as well as the service workers who serve me.

    About the cake, people have wierd requests sometimes for writing on cakes, but my EDUCATED guess would be that the cake decorator that day was either not fluent in English syntax, OR was just not paying attention. It's hilarious, though, and for the record, it takes about 15-20 minutes for a Wal-Mart cake decorator to decorate a cake, so by the time the customer went through the store to get ice cream, paper plates, etc., I would have had them a replacement cake ready to go, with a discount, and my apologies for the blonde moment!

    • delidude07
      (4 years, 5 months ago)

      this was a black moment—not a blonde moment

  • kwhit
    kwhit said:
    (5 years, 3 months ago)

    How i long for the day of bake fresh cake our doughnuts but if shop al wall Mart that not what you get. All their bakes good are frozen even their cake they thaw them out slap frosting on them. Wall mart is the down fall of this country i feel sorry for anyone that works their i am ex employee i ashamed to say i would pan handle first if i work at one again

  • kashay112
    kashay112 said:
    (5 years ago)

    Like alot of others, I only signed up to make a comment. In reading alot of the the comments, I realized how ignorant people can really be. The cake is VERY funny. Mistakes happen, the cake could have easily been replaced. Did any of you think that maybe, just maybe the buyer thought it was funny and decided to purchase it anyway. Hmmm, if not then the cake picture would not even be on here. It was put on here to be a joke, to make someone laugh. Not for you to put down the person that made it. Or maybe it was not the cake decorators fault, the conversation could have easily gone like this:
    Cake Decorator-“We're having a wonderful day here at Wal-Mart, how can I help you”
    Customer- “Yeah, I want to order a cake, fo a going way party”
    Cake Decorator-“And what would you like to have on the cake”
    Customer-” Bess Wishus Suzanne, and underneaf dat we'll miss you”

    If I had been the cake decorator I would have probably put the same thing. It is a easy and simple mistake, that anyone could have done regarless of your race, or your educational background. It happens. Laugh and get over it.
    You can't always blame the person that made the mistake especially if you do not know the entire story.

  • delidude07
    (4 years, 5 months ago)

    I work at Wal-Mart and I go to school—I am an education major. We have several Wal-Marts in my hometown. Most those with whom I work are idiots or freshly parolled and they think they are owed things. I work with people who are this stupid and who are into drugs. However, this is flippin' hilarious. Suzanne and those with whom she worked had to have gotten a huge laugh at this cake. Let's face it: Stupid people are funny! That's where we get the stereotypes.

  • bridget
    bridget said:
    (4 years, 1 month ago)

    I think that cake is a riot! Suzanne will never forget it, and what harm was done anyway?

  • prissyjk
    prissyjk said:
    (3 years, 6 months ago)

    I signed up just to comment on this cake. This is halarious. It may not have seemed so to the person that bought it but it was definitely a conversation piece then and for years to come. People are still commenting on it after 3 years….. this is the type of thing that Jay Leno needs on his show. Suzanne will NEVER forget it this cake….and I know I'll bring it up to people every time I see a cake now. It's fffuuuuuunnnnnnyyyy - so why does everyone get so prejudiced and racist about something like this?? Get a Life and get a sense of HUMOR people!! SHEESH!

  • dnadanals
    dnadanals said:
    (2 years, 8 months ago)

    The Walmart in Centerville, Utah could very well have been the culprit in this case! Suzanne, my condolences to you and kudos to your sense of humor if you and your co-workers were able to laugh at how poorly (again) Walmart has portrayed itself. Walmart is simply hell on earth, run by lesser demons who otherwise would have gone dead and unnoticed in the real world. Walmart is a nightmare, born, bred, and twisted from what was once a noble idea of Sam Walton. I'd say to Walmart, “May God have mercy on your soul” … but even God has abandoned Walmart. Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enter Walmart!

  • tvergara
    tvergara said:
    (2 years, 7 months ago)

    I too have created an account just to comment, first of all this is a very funny, very common mistake, and while everybody seems to want to point blame at walmart, which isnt to blame, people should ask themselves, is this really their fault, the person who ordered this cake probably messed up in the first place by not filling out an order sheet before hand where they give you a specific spot to write the message that you want on your cake, therefore in this spot should have said “Best wishes suzzane, we will miss you” instead of the whole underneath that part it is just confusing, ya know? so phone order=take the risk, order sheet in advance= get it done right the first time, which would you choose, and if you chose wrong its your fault dont blame a minimum wage employee for your lazy mistakes!! Hesalready got enough problems, so get over it this was so 4 years ago!!!

  • tvergara
    tvergara said:
    (2 years, 7 months ago)

    And on a side note walmart rocks , and for people who disagree you better get over it cause walmart isnt going anywhere, walmart is here to stay so you better give it up already!!!

  • katerina
    katerina said:
    (2 years, 7 months ago)

    I say, open the cake, laugh your tails off, eat some good sugar, have good company, a lot more laughs and move on with your lives. Don't let something like this get you all worked up. Move on, but at least contact the walmart where this occurred to explain that this is not the way a cake is supposed to be decorated so that the next person won't have to “deal” with it.

  • devrie
    devrie said:
    (2 years, 7 months ago)

    I think it's possible that we've all been missing the bigger message. Perhaps the low paid employees of Wal-mart were incredibly busy, and normal people made this mistake. Perhaps the phone was ringing, people were at the counter, and there were tons of orders. Someone quickly wrote in bad writing, “Best wishes Suzanne” and underneat that, “we'll miss you.” I'm educated enough to know how to spell, but when worked as a waitress for a few months, I was pretty bad in the beginning, and one thing I did was write stuff on the ticket I didn't need to write, especially when I was busy. If it came with salad, and I was busy, and the customer said, “can I get that with a side salad?” I'd write it!

    That person may have hastily written the “and underneath that” in scratchy handwriting, and the decorator just put what the order said…and if it was so busy there was no time to hop around making guesses, he/she just did it, no questions…and maybe almost like a robot!

  • walaski1
    walaski1 said:
    (2 years, 7 months ago)

    You all are rediculous….seriously. Stop judging people…who are you????

    Shit you should all do your research..most extremely rich people had dirt jobs prior to becoming who they are today.

  • sassysissykdd
    (2 years, 5 months ago)

    I too just joined so I could post something. Last year I went to Walmart to order a birthday cake for my daughter who was turning 10, I took pictures and sent them to her dad's phone so she could pick which one she wanted. She picked a Hello Kitty cupcake cake that was green with a rainbow, it was really cute. The day of her birthday he father went to get he cake and it was not the one I ordered, it was all PINK!!! It looked like pepto poured on cupcakes. I was slightly ticked off so I called Walmart and asked to speak with a manager and told him what happened and that is was too late for me to try to get another cake. The manager told me to take a picture of of the cake and come into the store the next day. Well it was 2 or 3 days before I could get up there I took my phone showed the gal at the service counter the pics of the cake that I picked and the cake that we got. I nicely said “You guys shouldn't have a book with cakes to choose if you aren't going to be able to make what people order”. I thought they would refund at least half of my money being as we did still have to eat the cake we were given, they gave me all of my money back. I was actually kind of shocked but a satisfied customer. Now this weekend I have my son's 8th birthday and he wants a cake from Walmart…lol Here we go again ;)

  • markisisdaebak
    (2 years, 1 month ago)

    Ive been working at walmart as a cake decorator for about… 7 months. I was not trained nor was I told what to expect from shitty ass customers who demand WAY to much.
    These comments totally prove that you all are perfect examples of wal-mart shoppers.

    I have yet to meet a nice customer.

    Customers actually make up lies to get a free cake.

    I got called up and was told the cake they just came to pick up (This person had called 3 times in the day asking if there cake was done.) was nothing like what they had asked for. The border was Yellow and they had said they wanted it blue. no where on the order form did it say that. and yet she calls me names and tells me i better have a cake ready by the time she gets back. Customers do this all the time to get a discount or to get a free cake.

    and did you know? if theres a writing error it is EASY to fix it. You just scrap off the words and redo it. SIMPLE.

    Where do all of you people work huh? How about we make fun of you and call all of you idiots because of one workers actions?

    Fucking Idiots.

  • nikonerx
    nikonerx said:
    (6 months, 1 week ago)

    Probably just another dam illegal that needs to be forcefully deported or put in a shallow grave.

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