We've all made a late-night Wawa run at one point or another to satisfy one of the many cravings the super-convenience store helps satisfy. With a menu as vast and diverse as Wawa's, it could be a gift and a curse.

More so a gift for the customer, and a curse for the workers behind the deli counter.

Have you ever punched in your order on a touchscreen only to hear a Wawa worker audibly sigh? I've been there ... and yes, sometimes people are just having a bad day.

But if you ask anyone that has worked a job that involves preparing food, specific menu items could at times trigger you and send you down a very dark path.

The Wawa subreddit, which is mostly dedicated to employees sharing stories of and seeking advice with each other, recently had a very enlightening topic of discussion that caught my eye. A frequent customer asked the question: What is your favorite and least favorite food item to make?

Luckily for me not many of these items are things I tend to order, but it has crossed my mind. Here are 12 food items Wawa workers absolutely hate making:

Wawa workers reveal the food orders they hate making the most

See the full comment thread on Reddit here.

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 producer, writer, and host Joe Votruba. Any opinions expressed are his own.

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The franchise was born in 1967, under the name the New Jersey Americans. They played their games in Teaneck as part of the American Basketball Association. One year later they moved to Long Island, becoming the New York Nets.

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When the Nets first moved to New Jersey, they played their home games at the Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway. Then in 1981, they moved into the home many of us remember them in the most, the Brendan Byrne Arena in the Meadowlands in East Rutherford (later named the Continental Airlines Arena, then Izod center). 

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