You walk into an establishment and expect special treatment. You look around to see who has noticed you and, if they haven’t, you create enough drama to ensure that they do. What am I talking about? The ‘do you know who I am’ syndrome or what some might call ‘being a diva’. What if you walk into an establishment and you are made to feel guilty for expecting quality of service. Are you a diva?
Let’s just say (yes, this was my experience) you pay for something in full (an arrangement of flowers) then arrive to collect the order and notice that the quality of the roses were not up to the required standard. Bear in mind this was the second occasion that I had bought flowers from this particular establishment and was less than impressed. On the previous occasion, the flowers were delivered to a church for a funeral and it was too late to do anything about it. Read More