Me: I'd like two enchiladas please. With ground beef. (I felt it was important to make sure he understood the ground beef part. I soon found out that was the easy part.)
Server: You want two enchiladas with ground beef.
Server: Would you like rice and beans with that?
Me: No rice and beans.
Server: You don't want rice and beans.
Server: You do want rice and beans?
Me: No, I don't want rice and beans.
Server: You don't want rice and beans?
Server: Yes you do want rice and beans?
Me: No, I do not want rice and beans.
Server: You do not want rice and beans.
Me: (By now I realized if I answered yes we'd be off on another round of rice and beans.) Yes, I do not want any rice and beans. No rice and beans. None. Just the enchiladas. Two. Ground beef. On a plate.
Server: Ok, I got it. (But at this point when he read back our order, he had gotten so confused he had to retake the other orders because he wasn't sure he had gotten any of it right.)
I made sure to tip him well. He earned it. And I got my enchiladas without rice and beans.