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2013-06-05 01:13:37 PM
They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

I'm glad to see that kids are getting prepared for their adult lives at an early age.
 
2013-06-05 01:27:44 PM
"That's not good enough for parents having kids, drunk and sleeping all day. It's not fair. These little kids shouldn't have any alcohol period."

Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.
 
2013-06-05 01:28:30 PM
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2013-06-05 01:29:14 PM

blatz514: "That's not good enough for parents having kids, drunk and sleeping all day. It's not fair. These little kids shouldn't have any alcohol period."

Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.


And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.
 
2013-06-05 01:36:16 PM

Sybarite: They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

I'm glad to see that kids are getting prepared for their adult lives at an early age.


I think having the kids sleep all day would be a feature, not a bug.
 
2013-06-05 01:41:48 PM
Kids are such farking lightweights.
 
2013-06-05 02:01:45 PM

Diogenes: Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.

And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.


Don't knock it 'till you try it.
 
2013-06-05 02:39:48 PM

Diogenes: Kids are such farking lightweights.


That's why you gotta train 'em from a young age.
 
2013-06-05 02:40:32 PM
At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.
 
2013-06-05 02:42:27 PM
So one mimosa will make a kid sleep all day. Good to know.
 
2013-06-05 02:42:34 PM

bunner: At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.


But they're not, because we're not dicks in Rochester.
 
2013-06-05 02:42:52 PM
They call me Albizia Julibrissin
 
2013-06-05 02:44:33 PM

RepoManTSM: bunner: At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.

But they're not, because we're not dicks in Rochester.


Then who are all those sirens wailing away for all night long?
 
2013-06-05 02:44:44 PM
My kids never wanted a second cup of orange juice. Till then.
 
2013-06-05 02:45:04 PM
apparently they aren't believers in the "purple night-night juice"
 
2013-06-05 02:45:28 PM

ReapTheChaos: So one mimosa will make a kid sleep all day. Good to know.


Hmm. Filed for when I have kids.
 
2013-06-05 02:45:46 PM

Sybarite: They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

I'm glad to see that kids are getting prepared for their adult lives at an early age.


"Adult"? Do you mean teenage...?
 
2013-06-05 02:46:48 PM

vudukungfu: RepoManTSM: bunner: At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.

But they're not, because we're not dicks in Rochester.

Then who are all those sirens wailing away for all night long?


They wail for the dickless
 
2013-06-05 02:47:24 PM

uncleacid: My kids never wanted a second cup of orange juice. Till then.


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2013-06-05 02:47:42 PM

Joce678: Sybarite: They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

I'm glad to see that kids are getting prepared for their adult lives at an early age.

"Adult"? Do you mean teenage...?


Most adults are large teenagers.
 
2013-06-05 02:48:02 PM
The DeRoos tried calling police but said they were told that mistakes happen. Jeremy said it is unacceptable

Good on the police.  This article could have had a lot more HURR DURR had the police gone and talked to the owner or had been assholes about it.
 
2013-06-05 02:48:30 PM

Sybarite: They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday.

I'm glad to see that kids are getting prepared for their adult lives at an early age.


Their kids slept all day and that wanted an apology? Hell, I would have sent them a goddamn fruit basket.
 
2013-06-05 02:52:13 PM
The DeRoos tried calling police but said they were told that mistakes happen.

One of my little brothers when he was 4 was drunk at my first communion because he went around to the mostly empty beer cans and drained the dregs. He was wobbling around before anyone realized. Or he might've been begging for sips and after a few...well toddlers can't hold their liquor.

Not really a big deal. shiat happens. He was fine.

/yes, I am Irish
 
2013-06-05 02:55:11 PM
I just want to add that the headline made me think of this:

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2013-06-05 02:55:16 PM

RepoManTSM: bunner: At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.

But they're not, because we're not dicks in Rochester.


*packs*
 
2013-06-05 02:58:15 PM
What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.
 
2013-06-05 02:59:37 PM
The parents couldn't tell there was alcohol? Geeze...must be baptists.

The other idea could be that the OJ wasn't super-fresh. Hell, after less than a week in the fridge the sugars in the OJ and natural yeasts in the air have already started to turn it into alcohol.
 
2013-06-05 03:01:25 PM

bmihura: ReapTheChaos: So one mimosa will make a kid sleep all day. Good to know.

Hmm. Filed for when I have kids.


"Your allergies are acting up, honey. That's why you're so cranky. Here, have some Benadryl, it'll make you feel better."

//Trust me.
 
2013-06-05 03:01:49 PM
How hard is it for the restaurant to make the mimosas when people order them?  It's two ingredients.  I would think you wouldn't want to pre-mix bubbly anyway because it would go flat.
 
2013-06-05 03:01:57 PM
Gah.  The restaurant pre-made their mimosas.  Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.
 
2013-06-05 03:03:57 PM
The Mrs and my first date was at Bazil. We would have gladly taken free mimosas.
 
2013-06-05 03:07:21 PM

Chariset: Diogenes: Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.

And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.

Don't knock it 'till you try it.


If you're trying it to get drunk faster, go for it. If you're trying to beat a breathalyzer that way..... doesn't work.

/yes I know from experience
//was operating the breathalyzer
 
2013-06-05 03:07:22 PM
/or orange juice in this case
 
2013-06-05 03:09:23 PM
be careful about switching beverages on people.....you don't want them to go all Chris Farley on you.
 
2013-06-05 03:10:07 PM

Capo Del Bandito: What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.


Thank you.  Now I don't have to say all that. :D
 
2013-06-05 03:12:02 PM
ugh, let's try this again.

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/or orange juice in this case
 
2013-06-05 03:22:32 PM
How the fark do you accidentally pour champagne into a "traditional" orange juice glass?  Mimosas are supposed to be served in a champagne flute.  And if you are premixing your mimosas in a pitcher then you are either a crappy bartender or have a stupid manager.  If you serve children in your establishment you never premix anything that contains "kid friendly" liquids, such as juice.  What a bunch of idiots.  Yeah, yeah, I get the whole concept off "accidents happen" but this is one accident that could have been avoided if there had been fewer idiots in the restaurant.

Also, the parents are seriously overreacting to their kids having a little bit of alcohol.  Maybe if they were muslims I could possibly understand this level of derp, but seriously, it is not like the kids got schitt-faced drunk.
 
2013-06-05 03:24:03 PM

neversubmit: vudukungfu: RepoManTSM: bunner: At least it's an opportunity or the parents to sue for billllllllions.  BILLLLLLLLLLLIONS.

But they're not, because we're not dicks in Rochester.

Then who are all those sirens wailing away for all night long?

They wail for the dickless


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2013-06-05 03:26:46 PM

Marley'sGirl: How hard is it for the restaurant to make the mimosas when people order them?  It's two ingredients.  I would think you wouldn't want to pre-mix bubbly anyway because it would go flat.


This.
 
2013-06-05 03:31:21 PM

Gonz: bmihura: ReapTheChaos: So one mimosa will make a kid sleep all day. Good to know.

Hmm. Filed for when I have kids.

"Your allergies are acting up, honey. That's why you're so cranky. Here, have some Benadryl, it'll make you feel better."

//Trust me.


...and just about all you have to do is check their breathing once in awhile.... or poke at 'em, with a stick.
 
2013-06-05 03:40:49 PM
Hmmm, I'm still trying to figure this one out.  Where the kids drinking them out of a champagne flute?  How does the bartender fark that up?
 
2013-06-05 03:45:34 PM
One of the carpenters I used to work with once drained a litre of vodka and orange, thinking it was just juice... He was supposed to be driving the truck home, but fell over instead.

/still claims it was an accident
 
2013-06-05 03:52:12 PM

kidgenius: The parents couldn't tell there was alcohol? Geeze...must be baptists.

The other idea could be that the OJ wasn't super-fresh. Hell, after less than a week in the fridge the sugars in the OJ and natural yeasts in the air have already started to turn it into alcohol.


In college a housemate premixed screwdrivers in the OJ container.

He grabbed one from the fridge and started drinking one night, saying it didn't quite taste right, but he "must have gotten the mix wrong"

Until he looked at the sell by date, which was over a YEAR before he moved in.

/yeah, it was that kind of a house
//5-12 people at any time, the house never cleared out, people just rotated in.
 
2013-06-05 04:04:01 PM
Makes it easier to see the Japanese booze demons.

www.childstarlets.com

/Mr. Fizzle understands
 
2013-06-05 04:05:12 PM

Capo Del Bandito: What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.


It's a big mistake. It's not so much about the kids getting a little booze, it's how careless they were. If it went to a pregnant mother, she'd sue their pants off. If it went to a recovering Alkie (like me), it could trigger a relapse. Some people are extremely allergic to booze. If they are that careless, they can kill someone with shellfish or peanuts.

I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water. Too many careless people.  I really don't know what would happen if I accidently had booze, and I'm not about to find out. Mistakes do happen, but if the manager truly did not initially apologize like the family claims, he is a douche. He's also lucky that it didn't go to someone who might be majorly affected by it.
 
2013-06-05 04:16:24 PM

The Southern Logic Company: The DeRoos tried calling police but said they were told that mistakes happen. Jeremy said it is unacceptable

Good on the police.  This article could have had a lot more HURR DURR had the police gone and talked to the owner or had been assholes about it.


This. Sounds like they wanted to go all derpy but a sane police officer shut them up.
 
2013-06-05 04:17:21 PM
The DeRoos say their 7-year-old daughter said the orange juice at the restaurant tasted funny, but her mother tried it and figured it was just a different brand, so she told her she could drink it.
This is pretty much a non story. Yes a mistake was made by the restaurant, but where is the personal responsibility for the mother? She has to know what alcohol tastes like, there is literally no chance she thought it was a "different brand".
 
2013-06-05 04:25:01 PM
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2013-06-05 04:32:41 PM

Chariset: Diogenes: Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.

And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.

Don't knock it 'till you try it.


Insert unsettling and inappropriate Michael Douglas joke here...

/just grossed myself out a little
 
2013-06-05 04:39:01 PM

Musikslayer


I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water.


It's nice that you put a stop to the alcohol (seriously) but at what point are you going to get on with your life? Not drinking water at a restaurant is not a rational act because the odds of a mixup are infinitesimal. The hostesses pour water out of those pitchers all day long: do you honestly think they might refill with vodka instead?
 
2013-06-05 04:47:05 PM

Capo Del Bandito: What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.


Absolutely,  TFA said about the dad, "He wanted an apology from managers and owners of the restaurant and an assurance that steps would be taken so this couldn't happen again."  Which he got.  So why still be so upset.
 
2013-06-05 05:01:53 PM

Musikslayer: Capo Del Bandito: What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.


It's a big mistake. It's not so much about the kids getting a little booze, it's how careless they were. If it went to a pregnant mother, she'd sue their pants off.

Why? It would have absolutely no harmful impact on the fetus at any point in development if she drank one mimosa. Otherwise humanity could never have survived eras where water was farking undrinkable until it was brewed into beer. She could drink three, and the fetus would be...just fine.

If it went to a recovering Alkie (like me), it could trigger a relapse.

There is zero scientific data to back that up. I get you are probably very into your recovery program. I think it's seriously awesome if that works for you. There is simply no medical data that suggests that addiction could or would take place as described (by one drink). Accountability and all that...

Some people are extremely allergic to booze. If they are that careless, they can kill someone with shellfish or peanuts.

People are cautious with shellfish and peanuts specifically due to lethal allergies. No one has an allergy to alcohol. No one. There are people allergic to some of the elements in booze. They probably wouldn't be drinking citrus fruits though. And those allergies? Not fatal.

I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water. Too many careless people.  I really don't know what would happen if I accidently had booze, and I'm not about to find out. Mistakes do happen, but if the manager truly did not initially apologize like the family claims, he is a douche. He's also lucky that it didn't go to someone who might be majorly affected by it.

Well...alrighty. If that works for you and that's what you need. You accept the reality that the rest of humanity doesn't have to dance around your psychological problems, and simply abstain from drinking anything you don't know the origin of. Again, alright and awesome if that's the way you wanna live. You just cannot expect others to make anything other than reasonable accomidations.

And most restaurants are not peanut free, nor do they try to be, because it's just not realistically reasonable. Shellfish allergies are easier to accomidate. For what it's worth.

And for what it's worth, in the last 9 years I can guarantee you've had some alcohol. Exposure to it doesn't drive an alcoholic mad, and back into depravity. Thinking you can manage it does. Call your farking sponsor. :P
 
2013-06-05 05:06:05 PM

AgentPothead: The DeRoos say their 7-year-old daughter said the orange juice at the restaurant tasted funny, but her mother tried it and figured it was just a different brand, so she told her she could drink it.
This is pretty much a non story. Yes a mistake was made by the restaurant, but where is the personal responsibility for the mother? She has to know what alcohol tastes like, there is literally no chance she thought it was a "different brand".


FTFA: Jeremy said it is unacceptable. He wanted an apology from managers and owners of the restaurant and an assurance that steps would be taken so this couldn't happen again. He told us: "That's not good enough for parents having kids, drunk and sleeping all day. It's not fair. These little kids shouldn't have any alcohol period."

Methinks mommy was just taking advantage of possible downtime and didn't want to say anything ^_~ - Dad just spoiled the gig.

Also, yeah Rochester is pretty cool most of the time. The sirens are a side effect of local gang activity and the occasional 'house fire'. Just don't move to the south wedge or certain parts of Irondequoit...
 
2013-06-05 05:17:03 PM

Musikslayer: It's a big mistake. It's not so much about the kids getting a little booze, it's how careless they were. If it went to a pregnant mother, she'd sue their pants off. If it went to a recovering Alkie (like me), it could trigger a relapse. Some people are extremely allergic to booze. If they are that careless, they can kill someone with shellfish or peanuts.

I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water. Too many careless people. I really don't know what would happen if I accidently had booze, and I'm not about to find out. Mistakes do happen, but if the manager truly did not initially apologize like the family claims, he is a douche. He's also lucky that it didn't go to someone who might be majorly affected by it.


It's an error. They corrected it. Nobody DID die of alcohol allergy reactions. They should accept that sometimes life comes with slip ups. You deal with it the best you can, and you keep on.

I know it seems terrifying to you, rightfulliy so, but there will be a risk EVERYWHERE and it comes down to probability.
 
2013-06-05 05:20:57 PM
FTFA: " but her mother tried it and figured it was just a different brand "

Lie. She never even tasted it I bet.
 
2013-06-05 05:23:15 PM

QueenMamaBee: Chariset: Diogenes: Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.

And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.

Don't knock it 'till you try it.

If you're trying it to get drunk faster, go for it. If you're trying to beat a breathalyzer that way..... doesn't work.

/yes I know from experience
//was operating the breathalyzer


Exactly how are you using those breathalyzers anyway?
 
2013-06-05 05:48:06 PM
40's: No big deal
50's: No big deal
60's: No big deal
70's: No big deal
80's: No big deal
90's: Laugh about it
00's: Complain to the manager
10's: Sue
 
2013-06-05 06:03:41 PM

RRicochet: 40's: No big deal
50's: No big deal
60's: No big deal
70's: No big deal
80's: No big deal
90's: Laugh about it
00's: Complain to the manager
10's: Sue


I thought the 80s was "Shrug and do another line to get over it"?
 
2013-06-05 06:21:26 PM

Gonz: bmihura: ReapTheChaos: So one mimosa will make a kid sleep all day. Good to know.

Hmm. Filed for when I have kids.

"Your allergies are acting up, honey. That's why you're so cranky. Here, have some Benadryl, it'll make you feel better."

//Trust me.


warning...  this is not always the case.  my mom still claims to regret giving me benadryl to fight the itching when i had chicken pox.  apparently we were BOTH up all night.  the antihistamines do NOT always have a sedative effect...  most of the time, yes, but when we got to the doctor the next day, he said pretty much "occasionally, that cunning plan backfires"  heck, i still get loopy as hell when i take it...  and not the least bit tired...
 
2013-06-05 06:46:19 PM

big pig peaches: Their kids slept all day and that wanted an apology? Hell, I would have sent them a goddamn fruit basket.


I don't even have kids, and that gave me the LOLs. +1 internets to you!
 
2013-06-05 07:03:42 PM
"They said when they got home the kids slept all day and appeared hungover on Monday. "

I can understand parents being upset a bit by the mixup but saying stuff like that makes you a complete f'ing liar...unless your kids mistakenly drank 25 glasses each.  They probably had a few sips or one glass before they noticed, if they were hung over 24 hours later they are miracles of science.
 
2013-06-05 07:04:21 PM
The parents are bigger babies than the babies.
 
2013-06-05 09:36:51 PM
What a mimosa may look like:
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2013-06-05 09:45:19 PM

Lady Indica: Musikslayer: Capo Del Bandito: What a buncha complaining biatches.

A mistake was made, they apologized and restitution was attempted. The parents want to 'make sure this never happens to anyone else's kids', ok what's their plan, to get their liquor liscense taken away?

Accept the apology, accept that shiat happens and get on with your life.

It's a big mistake. It's not so much about the kids getting a little booze, it's how careless they were. If it went to a pregnant mother, she'd sue their pants off.

Why? It would have absolutely no harmful impact on the fetus at any point in development if she drank one mimosa. Otherwise humanity could never have survived eras where water was farking undrinkable until it was brewed into beer. She could drink three, and the fetus would be...just fine.

If it went to a recovering Alkie (like me), it could trigger a relapse.

There is zero scientific data to back that up. I get you are probably very into your recovery program.

F

or starters, I'm not in any recovery program at all. You're jumping to a lot of conclusions and getting most of them wrong, I don't do AA or anything remotely close to it. I didn't say that booze would affect a pregnant woman, I said that the pregnant woman would sue. Big difference. And she would probably win.

Scientific data means squat. Alcoholism is not only a bonafide medical disease, it's also a mental illness. What a scientist says can trigger something, and what a person says (or blames) for triggering something is worlds apart. Look at it this way, and think about it for a minute: Some guy is in a restaurant, he's sober for 9 years. The restaurant gives him booze by mistake. The guy then buys a bottle a vodka, drives drunk and kills someone. Do you actually think that the family of that person wouldn't sue the restaurant? They would be absolutely furious. It's the guy's fault, no doubt, but doesn't that at least make you think about the seriousness of the situation?

I'm not a preachy ex-drunk. I would love to drink, there's nothing more I enjoy than getting shiat-faced. I can't, I almost died from drinking, and I will if I drink again. What's rational to most people has no meaning to drunks, they do something completely irrational every day. I had a friend in AA: the power went out one night and her phone wouldn't work so she couldn't call her sponsor, so she drank. Translation: the power went out and she couldn't call her sponsor, so she said "Hot dog, I have an excuse to drink!" Whether I, or anyone else, would start drinking because someone gave them a drink by mistake, I have no clue and won't find out. It's happened many times though. You might say "Well, they wanted to drink all along and found an excuse" and be 100% correct. The point is: they didn't choose to be poisoned by a careless waiter. There's an episode of Seinfeld about it, and that stuff actually happens, people will start up regardless of "scientific data". The're drunks, science means nothing to  someone who drinks a bottle of Vodka every morning. Been there, done that.
 
2013-06-05 11:58:47 PM

Englebert Slaptyback: Musikslayer

I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water.


It's nice that you put a stop to the alcohol (seriously) but at what point are you going to get on with your life? Not drinking water at a restaurant is not a rational act because the odds of a mixup are infinitesimal. The hostesses pour water out of those pitchers all day long: do you honestly think they might refill with vodka instead?


It's not about that, it's about being consistent. It's not that someone is going to give me 16 ounces of vodka instead of water, it's more like them using a dirty glass. It's a very small price to pay, I live a pretty normal life. I don't do meetings, I don't do much except for watching my back. I don't eat out often so it's really not an issue.

My wife is a vegetarian, she makes a big stink about not having any meat when we go out. I'd say she gets some 10% of the time. She ends up violently ill if she doesn't catch it. I've learned a lot from it: if one truly wants to avoid something, they can't take chances. Getting an omelet (which she does) is asking for trouble, as they are throwing stuff in there quickly and some bacon will end up in there. Putting the wrong kind of cheese on a burger is a mistake. Giving a little kid booze is something that reminds me why I don't order a beverage when I'm out.
 
2013-06-06 08:33:42 AM

pueblonative: QueenMamaBee: Chariset: Diogenes: Alcohol period?  I guess it's that time of the month.

And I thought the vodka-soaked tampons were an urban myth.

Don't knock it 'till you try it.

If you're trying it to get drunk faster, go for it. If you're trying to beat a breathalyzer that way..... doesn't work.

/yes I know from experience
//was operating the breathalyzer

Exactly how are you using those breathalyzers anyway?


The correct way... through the mouth. I'm not paid enough to use them any other way.
 
2013-06-06 11:55:51 AM

Musikslayer: Englebert Slaptyback: Musikslayer

I haven't had a drink in 9 years. When I go to a place that serves booze I won't drink anything, not even water.


It's nice that you put a stop to the alcohol (seriously) but at what point are you going to get on with your life? Not drinking water at a restaurant is not a rational act because the odds of a mixup are infinitesimal. The hostesses pour water out of those pitchers all day long: do you honestly think they might refill with vodka instead?

It's not about that, it's about being consistent. It's not that someone is going to give me 16 ounces of vodka instead of water, it's more like them using a dirty glass. It's a very small price to pay, I live a pretty normal life. I don't do meetings, I don't do much except for watching my back. I don't eat out often so it's really not an issue.

My wife is a vegetarian, she makes a big stink about not having any meat when we go out. I'd say she gets some 10% of the time. She ends up violently ill if she doesn't catch it. I've learned a lot from it: if one truly wants to avoid something, they can't take chances. Getting an omelet (which she does) is asking for trouble, as they are throwing stuff in there quickly and some bacon will end up in there. Putting the wrong kind of cheese on a burger is a mistake. Giving a little kid booze is something that reminds me why I don't order a beverage when I'm out.


Your dinner parties sound fun
 
2013-06-06 10:20:04 PM

Capo Del Bandito: RRicochet: 40's: No big deal
50's: No big deal
60's: No big deal
70's: No big deal
80's: No big deal
90's: Laugh about it
00's: Complain to the manager
10's: Sue

I thought the 80s was "Shrug and do another line to get over it"?

-=-
I thought the 80s was "Shrug and do a line from the manager to get over it"?
(sounded better)
 
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