Dear Girl In The Sushi Shop,
Do you really think that customer service in hospitality means talking in a high-pitched voice? Do you realise that everytime you go up at the end of a sentence with a question (soy, wasabi or ginger?) your voice stays up, and just keeps getting higher?
I heard you laugh when you were talking to your colleague. I know you have a real voice in there somewhere, and it sounds beautiful. Why do you insist on using a fake, high voice when you speak to your customers?
Everytime I order sushi, I hope you don't serve me. Simply because your "customer" voice grates on me the same way as nails on a chalkboard.
Dear Sushi Girl. Please talk normally. If you carry on like this, it won't be long before your voice is in the realm of the dog-whistle, and I won't be able to hear you at all.