It would have been a four because, my great-grand- nephew"s order was wrong.
The whole affair collapsed when "The Manager", presented himself at our table in a manner that, not only non-professional and not designed to enhance the business. My sister observed the incident and desired to cover for him by saying that it was his custom. My lady is beautiful!
We had already been told, on that day, by women, customers at a store that, she was too pretty for me. Had this manager desired to address the table he simply would have stepped to, the vacant head of the table and addressed all of us. On the other hand were his purpose to inform her on how to reach him while all the while keeping it above my head and creating, plausible deniability, then he would have done exactly what he did.
This man walks over to our table and positions himself, (my lady is between me and her son) between she and her son, closer to her than him and yet, he considered it proper for him to tap the person who nearest to him (my lady) and she is silent, before saying his first word.
It is true that, they will think me jealous, it is also true that, they will not arouse that emotion by returning to this establishment. Should it happen elsewhere at Red Lobster, then all are history!
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