We Will Never Eat in That Restaurant Again

We Will Never Eat in That Restaurant Again

 

By Elton Camp



It had a menu that was quite extensive

And it wasn’t actually overly expensive

To give good service the waitress truly tries

She didn’t smack gum or call us “You guys”



The meals we ordered where cooked just right

But the establishment had one really major blight

One so serious that the place we came to abhor

We resolved that we’d never eat there anymore



The family who occupied the very next booth

Had children who were loud and most uncouth

Bits of food across the room the brats flung

One of them, over the booth barrier hung



And we found it not in the least to be a treat

When they slammed back against our seat

They threw so much food onto the café floor

That we would never want to come there more



All during the meal, the no-necks scream & shout

You can easily imagine our annoyance, no doubt

For a while we did fervently hope and believe

That the manager would demand they leave



Maybe he was afraid the group to offend

But the result is we’ll never go there again

Next time, we found a café on down the street

That had a sign that was both sensible and neat



“Unruly children we will absolutely not tolerate.

Of that obnoxious type we have had our bate.”




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It has one huge drawback.
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