Allow me to introduce you to Rosie C. the finest rose in all of Canada. Although I don’t have a photograph of Rosie, I imagine she must be as beautiful as a freshly groomed lhasa apso who just got a Kylie Jenner Lip Kit for her birthday. I only think this because in a recent Yelp review for The Royal Wolf, Rosie implies that very thing. Actually, it’s a good thing she tells everyone she is so pretty because based on the way she wrote her review she sounds like a really ugly person.
Good food, absolutely terrible waitstaff! We own a home here and enjoyed going for a period of time, but the miserable unskilled townie waitstaff are atrocious! Unaccomplished women who are sad at their lot in life, we now fully understand when business owners say that on this side of the pass we are left with the dregs of society to choose from because all the halfway decent employees drive to Jackson to make more money! Constantly standing around, waiting for over 5 minutes to even be acknowledged, on a not very busy evening, because the women in our group are prettier and aren’t part of the have nots, we all experienced unprecedented attitude from the trailer park waitresses here! People who are miserable about their lot in life, the place oozes bad energy , and everyone is sure the only reason these degenerates have jobs is because there is literally NO ONE to choose from! In any other town without such a housing and staff crises, these unskilled laborers wouldn’t be able to get a job at McDonald’s! Don’t go here if you drive a nice car or are attractive, you will be made to feel super uncomfortable!
Rosie says she has been to The Royal Wolf before and enjoyed it, but of course she didn’t bother to write a review about those times. Ugly (on the inside) people don’t do that. They wait until they have one bad experience at a restaurant and let it taint every other experience that happened before. What is most shocking about Rosie’s review isn’t that the service was not to her liking. Granted, it could have been. Maybe the waitstaff this time did not do a great job which is certainly fair to review. What I find truly distasteful is that Rosie thinks it’s alright to insult the staff:
“miserable unskilled townie waitstaff”
“unaccomplished women who are sad at their lot in life”
“dregs of society”
“the women in our group are prettier”
“trailer park waitresses”
“if you drive a nice car or are attractive, you will be made to feel super uncomfortable”
Wow, Rosie. You sound like an awful, awful person. It’s one thing to be upset because you had to wait five minutes to be acknowledged, but it’s quite another to say these kinds of things about other human beings. Might it be possible that you and your “attractive” friends showed up in your “nice cars” and maybe, just maybe, oozed out some bad attitude in the same way you claim the restaurant “oozes bad energy?” I don’t know you any better than you knew the waitresses at The Royal Wolf, but your review paints a pretty clear picture of what kind of person you are and it probably turns most people off. Perhaps you are an attractive person on the outside. Then again, that’s subjective. One thing I know for sure is that you are a very unattractive person on the inside. You are mean-spirited, angry, vindictive, insecure and I bet that bad attitude isn’t the only things that oozes from you. (Seriously, you might want to look into an antibiotic or something.) The next time you want to write a bad review about something, and you certainly have the right to do that, why not try to be a little bit more specific? Try a little harder to write a constructive critique rather than just insult the physicality and intellect of the people who work there. If you do that, I can guarantee that your review will be taken more seriously. Calling the waitresses names doesn’t make anyone think they are awful people. In fact it does the exact opposite and by me sharing your review (you’re welcome) it ensures that lots and lots of people will know that Rosie C. in Canada is just as ugly as she claims the servers at The Royal Wolf to be.
Think about that the next time you write a Yelp review, Rosie. And good luck at the next dog show. I’m sure you will sweep the lhasa apso category…