Friday, January 26, 2007

Food Photo Friday!


Anonymous Mary said...

I think age, gender and locale affect whether or not patrons complain. You have a limited window of opportunity with age: too young and the staff ignores you; too old and the staff ignores you. If you're between 30 and 45, you'll likely get better results. We females complain less often than the guys because from birth we're encouraged to be polite in public and, even when warranted, complaining feels rude. And, female customers get better treatment from male waiters, and visa versa. Lastly, locale: if you are dining in a "tourist trade" restaurant, i.e. beach front, OR a recently opened place, your complaints have more weight 'cause they value their return patrons. Therefore, if you are a 40-year-old male, in Orlando, with a waitress (not waiter)you should go for it! :)

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