Pulled into the Toco Bell drive-thru, Sunday, June 1. I checked my clock because I was short on time; it was 2:02 p.m. One car ahead of me and it took a long time for that person to order, or so I assumed. When I placed my order for a combo burrito, I checked the clock, 2:09. I pulled forward to pay. I sat there and watched the minutes tick off, with one car in front of me. At 2:19 the car pulled out and I pulled up to the pay window with my buck-fifty in hand. The worker said that will be $9.71. I asked, “For one burrito?” He read off an order and asked, “Didn’t you order that?” I replied, “No, just a beef combo burrito.” He then called someone over and they huddled in conversation about the mess up. By the time I left with my burrito it was now 2:26. I told the guy working the window that I think he has a lot of unhappy customers behind me, because I pulled in at 2:02 and now it is now 2:26. He apologized. Don’t ya think someone could help that team pull it together better than that?
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