Different Kinds of Waiters

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If a poll were to be taken to see how many people love to go out to a restaurant to eat, I’m pretty sure the feedback would be mostly positive. Everyone loves to be waited on hand and foot; it’s like having our own personal butler. However, this depends on the type of waiter you get. In my opinion, the waiter could be the deciding factor between enjoying your meal or not, and it all comes down to how attentive your waiter is. All too often you get the inattentive waiter that just completely destroys your dining experience. This is the waiter who hates their job and clearly shows it. Let’s call this waiter Derek. First Derek comes to your table after 15 minutes of waiting to ask what you want to drink. Then after another 20 minutes he returns with your drinks and takes your food order. This is when things start to get worse. It starts with Derek getting your order completely wrong, for example bringing you medium well when you clearly asked for medium rare, and ends with you trying to flag down another waiter in an attempt to have your drink refilled. When the times comes for dessert, your waiter is nowhere to be found and you’re stuck waiting for 30 minutes before you get your bill and leave the restaurant angry and unsatisfied. In cases like this, you might as well have stayed home and had pizza delivery. Then we have those who are way too happy to be doing their job. These are the waiters that are so attentive that it feels like they’re just watching you eat. You typically find these at TGI Fridays or Chili’s. With a big fat smile plastered across their face, they arrive at your table the second your butt hits the chair. Let’s call this waiter Jenny. So here comes Jenny, all giggles and smiles, to introduce herself and take your drink order. Not a minute later, Jenny is back with your drink and asking if you’re ready to order, which of course you’ve barely had time to even think about. Finally after ten minutes and about eight checkups from Jenny, you get your...
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