Day 267: Being Served

Everyone appreciates an enthusiastic diner.

However, certain degrees of enthusiasm may be more appropriate for “at home” dining versus “eating out.”

For instance, let’s say you have decided to “eat out” for your breakfast, and you have just ordered the dish you want.

Here, it is traditional to allow your waitress (no matter how large, featherless, or unskilled she may be) to first serve it to you before you begin to consume it.

Well, heck....I can see my breakfast right in here.

Well, heck….I can see my breakfast right in here.

The service around here is terrible.

The service around here is terrible.

It is one of my favorite dishes too - sunflower seeds.

It is one of my favorite dishes too – sunflower seeds with other stuff mixed in.

Maybe the waitress is new....I'll just show her the ropes.

Maybe the waitress is new….I’ll just show her the ropes.

Delicious. Just like I knew it would be.

Delicious. Just like I knew it would be.

Oh good - the second course is here!

Oh good – the second course is here!

This dish is also quite delicious.

This dish is very tasty too.

I'll just skulk over it threateningly to let the waitress know her "skills" are no longer needed.

Uh oh. That waitress is heading my way again. I’d better glare and grip the dish with my talons so she doesn’t try to “serve” this one to me too.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

2 thoughts on “Day 267: Being Served

  1. Yes, Pearl my Charlie agrees with you sometimes the service is just to slow and one needs to take control! Good self-service skills!

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