Then Tiffany and Bets are peas in a pod, as Tiffany ran over what Bets wanted. What Tiffany did here was bad business practice. Tiffany had every right to refuse to do what Bets wanted, she had no right to substitute what she wanted to do for what Bets wanted.
Then Tiffany should not have gone forward with the dinner if she did not want to do what Bets wanted. What she actually did here was wrong.
Then Tiffany’s proper course of action was to refuse the commission, not to substitute her tastes over her client’s.
Tiffany ran over Bets like Bets ran over Gunther. I do not see the upgrade.
Which is a different issue.
Bets may be wrong about what Gunther wants, but Tiffany’s client is Bets, not Gunther.
It is not unreasonable of Tiffany to not want to accommodate Bets mini costume party if she refused the job. Accepting it and not giving Bets what she wanted is the foul.
There was an offer of $300 dollars by Bets, and a verbal agreement is a contract when conducting business.
The point is, Tiffany knew what Bets wanted and did not provide it. Not because it was unreasonable, but merely because she did not want to do it. That is bad customer service. She should have refused to do the event.
Al has aged, but Gabby has not.
Little inconveniences to humans, like malaria.