That’s why businesses go out of business because of people like you thinking they’re Gordon Ramsey when in theory they just sit in the restaurant and when the staff say is everything ok they just say yes lovely thanks -instead of rectifying at the time, then wait until get home and out comes Gordon Ramsay the keyboard warrior.’ When another complained about their chicken burito being ‘hard on the outside, and filled with some sort of brown with a few pieces of chicken in’, Jason wrote: ‘KFC do soft burritos try that next time.’ Jason, also known as Pedro, opened up his restaurant four years ago and since then, admits to taking every bad review personally.
Despite being given the award for the ‘best Mexican in England’ last year, he said: ‘People think they’re Judith Chalmers all of a sudden, thanks to the internet everyone is suddenly a reviewer.’ The 40 year old said he does try to understand the problem first before ‘spouting off the first thing that comes into my head.’ He adds: ‘We lost a star recently because we didn’t provide maracas.
For example, when one customer gave him a four star review and praised the ‘great service’, but complained about ‘stale nachos’ and ‘shop bought guacamole’, he didn’t let it go.
Instead, he wrote: ‘The nachos are cooked in a dedicated pizza oven so you’re wrong there, the guacamole is made fresh so you’re wrong AGAIN.
Kids and porn – it’s an issue that’s not going away.
The latest contribution to the debate came from the culture media and sport committee.
The network of movies such as a member there was sexy as the secret lovers and a prude.
The committee’s other thought is that the obscene publications act can be used to prosecute pornographic sites that don’t do enough to prevent children accessing their content.
It’s a nifty idea, but making a 65-year-old piece of legislation apply to the internet is tricky.
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