Genius. No way to get around that one.
I know this is a radical idea, but you could try being... You know... be nice to parents and children... They're people too.
@ caucrasian , Don't be ridiculous.
@ caucrasian , They're not people until they can act as such.
@ caucrasian , you obviously haven't worked in the restaurant business.
@Tyler The Curator, have for several years actually 😊
@Commandshark, indeed! Real people mature, stop being so self-centered, and extend some compassion to those that need a little extra patience and understanding... like, you know, children. It's a true sign of adulthood.
@ caucrasian , WTF, are you a child???? Where would adults go? Fvcking McDonald's?? Have you been to McDonald's? There's not a fvxking nice about McDonald's.... oh, you want some ketchup and napekins? Get it your god damn self! And they reserve the right to kick you out if there playground, if you're a registered sex offender or not! Rant over... :D fvck you if you take me literally! That's right, fvck off if you can't take a joke!!!
I'll just be here, showing the finger to the liberals and the conservatives with my ass hanging out! I'll be here in the middle showing how dumb you both are. Go ahead give me you defense on gun control and I'll show how fvcked both sides are.
@ caucrasian , just because they are people doesn't mean you should be oblivious to the parents who give no respect to others trying to eat dinner by allowing their child to throw a fit.
@Multiple personality, I think you stumbled in to the wrong app. Political Neverland is next door
@Night Shift Patrol, I think the Night Shift Patrol has no real sense of humor and can fvck right the hell off! *looks away and has nothing further to say ever*
@NikolaFreakingTesla, he's caucrazy
@BunnyGruff, take a joke, or fvxk off! We really don't care!
@Night Shift Patrol, I don't know we've been really political lately. It's starting to get irritating.
@ caucrasian , there are some families that came in all the time to the restaurant that we worked at and we all loved them and their kids, but for every one of them there would be at least two families with kids that would make the entire section a disaster zone, so I don't have a problem with kids at restaurants just lousy parents
@ caucrasian , I agree to be nice, but if I'm taking my family out to the movies paying $50 just to listen to some kids cry or talk through the whole thing then I'm gonna be pissed. My dad would go to CS and complain to them, like hey you need to do something, make them step out or something. When my sister and I were babies our parents would leave the theatre with us if we started crying.
@ caucrasian , but if I'm taking someone out for a special occasion easily dropping $200 that night at a fancy restaurant I don't want to put up with that. It's common courtesy to take your screaming child away and at least calm them down before returning.
@Captain Charles Vane, this is so strange to me. I've worked in several restaurants over the years and I can't think of a time a kid really ruined a table. A little extra mess, sure, but nothing major. Except the one kid that threw up, and that wasn't really his fault 😊
@ caucrasian , the babies that make a mess are no big deal I mean they are babies and the parents have to eat too, we would have 4 or 5 year olds, this was an upscale outback basically, that would go to empty tables and mess them up and things like that
@ caucrasian , I'm nice to parents and kids until the kids start acting like a$$holes and the parents do nothing.
@ caucrasian , I try not to take my kid to restaurants too often, and it's never anything nicer than Applebee's. If your kids can't behave don't take them to places where people want to have a quiet meal.
I'd like the cheeseburger for my son but can you substitute the burger patty for chicken nuggets? Also, hold the bun, lettuce and tomato. And please add a ketchup happy face on the plate.
@crablicious, cow meat
I have younger siblings and can I just say SWEET BABY JESUS SOMEONE PLEASE TAKE ME THERE
As a parent of two well behaved kids, I support the idea of an option to be able to dine WITHOUT kids. But I think a middle ground can be reached. "Will that be kids, or non-kids today?" "Non-kids, I have a headache" and then you're escorted to the side of the restaurant where the minimum age is x years. Like back when smoking inside was OK there'd be non-smoking sections.
How about instant $250 bill for child entry to restaurant?
How about Rohypnol fruit shoots?. Just an idea.
It would only be old people dining. crusty, senile, old people.
@BeanerSpic, not really...I'd take my wife there on date nights...and I'd say many parents would go when they get a sitter for their kids. On those nights, the goal is to get away from screaming kids....
@talmet, I think that's a 4-5 star restaurant you're talking about
@arealwerewolf, yes...because all parents with small children can afford going to a 4-5 star restaurant every week, in addition to the sitter...
@talmet, Then maybe they should have been smart and not had the money sucking parasites known as children. Just a thought.
@Ximinipot, because everyone that is poor, is poor because of children. There are no adults who have low paying jobs...
Kids can just order regular stuff.
Alright i guess you guys can order off the big boy menu. Idea ruined
Yes! Yes! Do it!