Weird Restaurant Stories 10/23

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Welcome to the first ever bonus edition of Weird Restaurant Stories.  This week I am going to try something a little different.  The difficulty I have each week in compiling this list is eliminating those last few stories.  This week several of the stories I wanted to eliminate all fit into the same theme.  So this week’s dozen stories is actually a dozen and a half.  Bonus.

The reason I limit it to 12 is that this is actually one of the more time consuming posts I write during the week.  Coming up with even slightly funny lines about more than 12 stories would be a bit cumbersome.  That is why this week in order to accommodate the bonus stories I have decided on a speed round of stories all sharing a similar theme.  We have all heard the phrase, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”  This week I decided to test that theory.  I may have some better variations.  Judge for yourself.

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Weird Restaurant Stories 9/25

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“In the restaurant industries’ war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the reporters of local newspapers. These are their stories.”  *dun dun*

Generally, I try to find some oddball stories during the course of the week to make you all chuckle on Saturdays.  I tend to read stories on Friday afternoon and then return on Saturday to write them up.  Today’s post is a little bit different.  The first reason is the fourteen-hour shift I pulled yesterday at The Plaza Art Fair.  The second is that around the country people seem to be a little more off their rocker than normal this week.  Not in the comedic way, but in the shooting people who are enjoying their egg drop soup way.  This week has a particularly “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” feel to it.  I don’t make the news, I simply report on it.  Luckily, there are still enough boneheads out there to bring us some comic relief at the end.

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