Apologies for the upcoming text wall, but it's just something I wanted to talk about. I cooked a panini for a customer today. When I handed her the food, she turned around and accidentally dropped half of it on the floor (for the record, we serve them sliced in half, hence why only half of it fell) along with the salad on the side. She apologised profusely and offered to sweep it up. I swept it myself since... well, it was a slow day today to be honest, needed to keep myself busy somehow. The thing that made me happy is despite the panini half falling on the floor, she ate the whole thing anyway. I know, GROSS and I certainly don't condone eating food that's been on the floor; I even told her she doesn't have to eat it just to make me happy and I'd happily spend another ten minutes making another one. She told me that she was really hungry anyway (even her two friends were heavily questioning it) but in comparison (I'm sure many others reading this who work in the food industry will know what I'm about to say), there are many customers who leave a lot of their food untouched for seemingly no reason which is annoyingly wasteful. In this instance, it would have been perfectly understandable but she ate it anyway, as gross as it is. I love this job sometimes.