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Culinary Ethics 101

PotatoHouse | Jan 8, 201410:33 AM

My wife is away at a conference so I am eating in the opposite manor in which we normally dine. Monday night I went to our local pizza shop for hot wings. I had called the order in and the gentleman on the phone said my large order of wings would be $12.95 (not including tax) . When I arrived to pick up my order, the young lady who retrieved my order from the kitchen rang me up and gave me a total of $7.00 even (BTW, a small order of wings is $7.95 +tax). I was surprised by the lower price but thought it may have been happy hour or something so I left a $2.00 tip and it wasn't until I was driving home that I began to ruminate over the discrepancy. Should I have said something at the cash register? Would you have? My life will be so much simpler when my wife gets home tonight....

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