A lady boss of a food shop in Taiwan that sells breakfast has banned her customers from calling her “auntie” and put up a banner at her shop’s entrance, according to Taiwan News and Baofei Commune (爆廢公社) on Facebook.
A customer said “auntie, I want smoked chicken with onion and milk” but was ignored when another customer pointed to a sign outside the entrance.
The sign hanging above the entrance, showed a photo of the owner, and reads: “to ensure the quality of food, those above 18 years old, please refrain from addressing owner as ‘auntie’.”
The customer then rephrased his greeting and said:
“Beautiful lady boss, I’d like a slick of smoke chicken with onion and milk”, and the owner finally acknowledged his order.
The lady boss then looked at him and said that the sign outside was made for customers like him.