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Wed, 6 Sep 2006

An etiquette question

When one goes to a restaurant and finds that one's neighbour is one of the waiters, what should one do? I got drunk (well, more drunk) on sake and broke crockery.

Sorry Geoff.

Posted at 00:30 by David Cantrell
keywords: drinking | etiquette
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Be nice, tip well, don't get drunk(er) and break stuff.

Oh well, I imagine you managed (maybe) one of those. :)

But the chap a drink at some point I'm sure he'll be fine. You didn't break anything 'spensive did you?

Posted by Adam on Wed, 6 Sep 2006 at 09:16:42


Now that sounds like a hell of an evening. You just broke crockery, 'snot that you vomited all over the place. Also becoming drunk on sake is considered classy at our age - not premature.

Posted by yalla on Wed, 6 Sep 2006 at 13:09:37


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