When I first came to this job, I was excited because it was my very first job, and that I could finally earn my own money. But, it wasn't easy. The first week or two, it was absolutely insane, tired, wanted to give up. But, as weeks went by, I got used to the people who worked there, smiled more often, when life personally was hard. Learned myself, and got help from key managers here and there, and perfected my position. I had the drive to learn in an environment where days could be super busy, and hectic. Co-workers turned into family, and the focus of earning money slowly transitioned into a byproduct. I rather went to work for the fun, and for the people I worked with.
Manager didn't even charge me for the food I ordered, always free! Fun, and outgoing workers, and customers.
Some workers coming a few hours late, without giving a proper notice, or explanation. Messes up other's ability to leave work once their shift ended, which meant they had to stay longer.