What do you do when your kitchen sink becomes completely clogged, full of water and leaking into the basement?
Every dish in your house is dirty (no dishwasher) and the temperature inside your house is 49 degrees?
The answer: Go to Pizza Factory and build your own salad with every single different option they have in the restaurant.
Seriously, cottage cheese and salad are meant to be together.
People always stare at me as I go from the salad bar to my table because my salad is bigger than my head. That is saying a lot considering the fact that 98% of hats don’t fit my head, including stretchy beanies.
Usually, I build cucumbers around the outside of the plate so that I increase the circumfrance of the plate by at least 3 inches. Tonight they looked a little frozen so I nixed that idea.
Enjoying a ridunkulous breadtwist is a must.
My question tonight is kind of deep. So, our waitress took forever on our drinks, meals etc. She wasn’t mean or anything but just really slow. What to do you do? How much do you tip her/him?
-I always feel bad for waitresses/waiters and I know how hard the job is so we still tip 20%, unless they are just plain old rude than we reconsider the tip.
Have you ever been a waitress or worked in a restaurant? Which ones?
I started at Fazoli’s in high school and from there I worked at Juice Press, Los Hermanos (Mexican), Brick Oven (Italian), Magalby’s (Steak and Fish), and Happy Sumo (Sushi). What can I say I like being around food.
Random waitress story: At the sushi restaurant I worked at a guy told me he would pay me $150 to eat a golf ball sized piece of wasabi. I did it, it burned, made me vomit a little. I walked away from that table with $215 (he tipped me on top of the dare).