Wednesday, August 20, 2008

This is why I hate people

Kara and I were out to dinner last night, seated next to a table of crazy older women. The women asked every single member of the waitstaff if there was flour in the lobster bisque (after they had ordered them and had them delivered to their table.) The waitstaff wasn't sure, so they said they would check with the chef, which they did. When their waiter came back to let them know the verdict, one woman loudly berated him for not knowing every ingredient of every dish they served. Very high and mighty. I wanted to throw my drink in her face. She then proceeded to pick her teeth with her fingernail, talk about having affairs on trains, and counsel another woman on how to get rid of a pesky neighborhood cat - (drown it in a bucket.) You stay classy, Sunset Grille patron.

6 comments:

Dad said...

You don't hate people, you just hate the ones you don't like. Another Dad quote maybe???

jake said...

Drown a cat? How about we drown her? grrrr...

Jennifer said...

I was tempted to drown the whole table in their bisques.

Melissa said...

I have an issue with people too. They just ANNOY me. IS that why we're friends? And I want to beat them all up.

Anonymous said...

I was just told about your blog by Krista Lundburg. She told me you were funny. What she actually said was that "you were as funny as she". I thought this was odd because I don't find Krista, if she existed in a vacume funny, meaning that she is not funny by herself, rather that she needs to interact with other nouns to be funny.
Looking at this one paragraph (I started reading in the middle of your blog so that the blog could build up some momentum) I can see that you are, or at least you write very funny.
So next time you see Krista tell her she was wrong, you are in fact more funny than she.

-Andrew

Jennifer said...

Best comment ever! Thanks Andrew! :)

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