It CAN be a great job for a fresh young person looking for their first job. Every Culver's I've ever been to seems to have the same or similar culture. In that, everyone goofs around as much as possible, but still trying to get the job done ASAP and correctly.
It's incredibly stressful, but you learn a lot of skills. You talk with loads of people, you have to balance too many things at once, gotta have that fine attention to detail or you'll make someone angry and deal with them. It's always hectic and disorganized, but it's a low end job, the people there aren't the brightest or even care much, if at all. I can say this though, there's usually a diamond in the rough at each store, maybe not every single one. But there's typically a couple really amazing people there among the low lifes and weirdo's. I don't regret this being my first job. I learned so much, if only others could see it that way.