Raising Cane’s worker slams customers who order “No Slaw, Extra Toast.”

An employee of A Raising Cane has gone viral on TikTok for calling customers who are hasty in placing their food orders.

In the video, TikTok user Asia (@ayeshhuh) danced to a song about Reese’s puffs in her work uniform, Raising Cane. She wrote in a text overlay on the clip, “My brain after a customer said ‘No Slaw Extra Toast’ as a drink.”


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In the comments, customers defended their habit of telling workers their order changes before making drink selections.

“If I don’t say it, you won’t do it. I swear,” wrote one viewer.

“No, because after the drink you try to tell them and their brains,” commented a second.

“You’re all going damn fast, let me get my order ready and I’ll tell you guys my drink,” added another.

Asia responded by stating that the reason workers work so fast is so their efficiency is measured. “Honey because we have a set time,” she wrote.

Another employee explained that because of Raising Cane’s ordering system, workers ask customers what they would like to drink before they finish ordering.

“Fr It won’t let you click anything unless you choose the drink,” they wrote.

The Daily Dot has contacted Asia via TikTok comment and Raising Cane’s via email for more information.


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*Initial publication: March 15, 2023 5:14 pm CDT

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