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'Excuse me, could everyone be quiet, I'm trying to talk on my cellphone.'
"Fresh sprinkles for your ice cream?"
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"Is the Christian pious?"
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"One B.L.T., one cherry pie, and one bowl of chili with crackers on the side!"
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"So, order in or go out?"
"We saw some inspired lunacy, then had some uninspired Italian."
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"I'm going across the street for a sandwich and coffee. Can I get you something?"
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"The leftovers sound good."
"I'll have the prayer breakfast."
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"Compliments to the chef! Pass it on."
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Auctioneer's sign, 'Going, going, gone to lunch'.
"You're the only one in here who had to ask for a knife and fork."
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'Your table will be ready shortly.'
Which wine will go well with a limited expense account?
Your Tip So Far
'And how would you like your porridge, too hot, too cold, or just right?'
'What'll it be - one large risk or several small ones?'
'Our five-course dinners start with denial, followed by anger, bargaining, depression and finally acceptance.'
"I'd like a Merlot, nothing pretentious,just something 'avec un petit de je ne sais quoi!'"
'Sometimes words just get in the way.'
"Sorry for the wait, but it's been like Grand Central station in here."
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'Shall I play something romantic?'
"I was afraid of this - a Chinese menu just came in on our fax."
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'Did you tip the waiter?'