Dr. Pepper Will Make It All Better
On my way back from Live Oak I ordered a couple of pizzas from our local Pizza Hut. They told me they’d be ready in 20 minutes, so I picked up a prescription and grabbed some beer before driving over to Pizza Hut. I arrived about 30 minutes after I made the call and was told the pizzas would be ready in 3 minutes. The girl asked me to pull up, and told me she’d bring the pies to the car.
Fifteen minutes later a knock at the window startled me. The smiling Pizza Hut employee told me they were backed up, and asked if I wanted a coke. I told her I’d take a Dr. Pepper, and she came back with a cup full and a two litre. I thanks her, and said it was not a big deal. I was playing around on Twitter and enjoying the peace and quiet of the car after an afternoon filled with depositions.
Ten minutes later there was a second knock at the window. There were no pizzas, but I was given a coupon for a free pizza buffet which I told the girl was not necessary. The pizzas did eventually arrive, and when I walked into the front door I was greeted by two very hungry and happy little people.