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"Sir, your ducks, they are not in a row."
Tags:ducks in a row, organized, organised, disorganized, disorganised, chaos, chaotic, organizational skill, organisational skills, haphazard, duck, ducks, pet, pets, idiom, idioms, idiomatic expression, idiomatic expressions, restaurant etiquette, difficult customer, difficult customers, waiter, waiters, server, servers
Mime on invisible phone in restaurant.
Tags:mime, mimes, mime artist, mime artists, mimer, mimers, pantomime, pantomimes, street performer, street performers, silence, non-verbal communication, non-verbal communications, cellphone, cellphones, smartphone, smartphones, mobile phone, mobile phones, cell phones, cell phones, cells, mobiles, restaurant etiquette, telephone etiquette, mobile etiquette, table manners, bad manners, rudeness
"Pepper spray, Madam?"
Tags:kid, kids, family restaurant, family restaurants, restaurant etiquette, eating out, family-friendly restaurant, family-friendly restaurants, family friendly restaurant, family friendly restaurants, pepper mill, pepper mills, pepper spray, pepper sprays, self-defence, self-defense, naughtiness, family-life, family life, mom, moms, mother, mothers, motherhood
"That table is yours once that party decides to move to the suburbs."
Tags:dinner reservation, dinner reservations, table reservation, table reservations, suburb, suburbs, family life, family-life, eating out, tantrum, tantrums, family meal, family meals, restaurant etiquette, toddler, toddlers, young family, young families, waitress, waitresses, waiter, waiters, server, servers
"What? It says 'Tip Jar' so I tipped it over."
'Do you have to bring it up every time we eat out?'
"I'm new here. How much do we leave for a tip?"
"This is what happens when you marry an obedience school dropout."
Tags:obedience school, obedience schools, obedience training, obedience, dog, dogs, canine, canines, pet, pets, pet dog, pet dogs, restaurant etiquette, table manners, dinner etiquette, posh restaurant, posh restaurants, dropout, dropouts, drop out, drop outs, drop-out, drop-outs, husband, husbands, wife, wives, married life, married couple
A waiter looks annoyed at a woman eating with a 'not yet' sign on her table.
Tags:restaurant, restaurants, waiter, waiters, server, servers, serving staff, eating, eat, dinner, dinner, diner, customer, customer, difficult customer, difficult customers, annoying customer, annoying customers, rude customer, rude customers, sign, signs, rude, rudeness, restaurant etiquette, etiquette, sign, signs, not yet, hotel, hotels, do not disturb sign, do not disturb signs
'I'll start off with drinks and an appetizer, then check back with me after awhile and I'll order my main course.'
'Brat with sauerkraut...which brat did you mean, ma'am?'
"Hey can't you read?"
"We're in a restaurant. Are you going to take off the hat?"
"We've heard that you've been saying 'All set?' when you should be saying 'Is everything O.K.?' and 'Is everything O.K. ?' when you should be saying 'All set?'"
"Something wrong? You haven't taken a photo of your meal."
"Remember, it's a buffet, not a feeding frenzy."
"What do you say we go to one of those restaurants where they let you charge your phone right at the table?"
Tags:cell phones, cell phone, cellphone, cellphones, mobile, mobiles, cell, cells, charging station, charging stations, restaurant etiquette, table manners, dinner manners, phones, phone, mobile phones, mobile phone, technology, eat, restaurants, restaurant, charge, charging, phone charger, phone chargers, charger, chargers, date, dates, technology, addiction, addictions, addict, addicts, dependency, dependencies
"Excuse me, has this seat been taken?"
"Is everything OK? You haven't photographed your food."
"Oh, look. Better put me down, honey."
"They don't allow cell phones."
Tags:cellphone, cellphones, grill, grills, cell phone, cell phones, mobile, mobiles, cell, cells, mobile phone, mobile phones, phone signal, phone signals, mobile signal, mobile signals, cell signal, cell signals, cell reception, phone reception, mobile reception, rule, rules, eating out, restaurant etiquette, restaurant rule, restaurant rules, etiquette
"Don't yell in the restaurant. Use your texting voice."
'Hey, this is our first date. Can you take a picture of me and my food so I can post it?'
"Yes, i'm on my new smart phone and talking as loud as possible to draw attention to myself. How about you?"