Oh man. To this day the original Mr. Biscuit post is one of my favorite stories of all time. This was very hard to read. Best wishes to you and this extraordinary cat.
@Bill Fostex In that case, please have him send my regards to Mr. Sassy.
KICKSTARTER FOR A TELEPATHIC CONVERSATION BETWEEN BRENDA AND MR. BISCUIT
@bgprincipessa Haha, well, I live in a near constant state of anxiety about EVERYTHING. But admittedly I seem to be okay with ordering stuff. The reason I want to encourage people is because these elaborate...ruses? workarounds? whatever you want to call them seem totally unnecessary. Asking for what you want does not make you an inconsiderate jerk. I honestly think most establishments would encourage you to do the same.
I'm not really a regular anywhere, so it's possible I just don't understand the social delicacy of this situation, but I think you guys should just ask for what you want and not feel bad about it. Good grief!
@TaraB Thanks for the info! Can't believe some of your stupid lazy patients had the gall to complain about your total lack of empathy and self-righteous nightmare tone. :(
Oh my gosh. This is excellent.
"And so the first party I threw was called Date My Friends. So for $10, you could go to a party and meet 60 of my friends." Cool party! Cool interview with a nightmare person.
Broccoli and tomatoes?!?
Hey Mike (or anyone who answered around $50/week or less), just wondering what your list or menus typically look like? I don't track what I spend (though I def. will now), but $50/week sounded surprisingly low to me. The general buying patterns people talked about in the patterns looked a lot like my own, yet I feel like I'm spending way more.