Everybody enjoys going out to eat at a restaurant every once in a while, and we all know we're expected to tip our servers at the end of the meal, but beyond that people seem to be a bit clueless about proper restaurant etiquette.
Some customers think it's okay to call their server "honey" or "baby", find it acceptable to whistle or snap at a server whenever they need something, and don't mind showing up ten minutes before closing and demanding a table.
And then there are those trashy troublemakers who complain at the top of their lungs about the total when the check comes, as if the prices weren't printed on the menu they ordered their meal from.
It's time to teach these boorish customers how to act when they go out to eat, so they'll stop making a server's job harder than it already is!
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