Restaurant Booths

Friday, November 05, 2010

I hate restaurant booths!!

OK, so the booths themselves are fine, but I hate that I have to "think" about the booth before I sit there. You see, my family prefers to sit in booths. They like them...because they are all thin.

I've realized this week that I analyze the situation every single time I walk into a restaurant....will I fit in the booth, which side of the booth has more space, does the table move or is it stationary...ugh. I hate to go to Red Lobster in my town because I know that I will not fit into the booth without it actually being extremely uncomfortable.

I cannot wait until the day when I can say "booth" and really mean I would like a booth. When I can plop down, without thought, in any seat at all without wondering....will I fit!!

I am so ready to be a normal size person again!
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    Oh boy, I hear you with this one! I avoided those places as much as I could. But, don't worry, it won't be long before you will get to the point where its one less thing to think and worry about. There are better things to do with out mind. I'm not there yet either but definitely see progress after just a few months - which keeps me going forward with my newly developed "healthy obsession".

    Keep up the good work!
    2755 days ago
    I have similar thoughts when I walk through a restaurant - will I fit between the tables? Will I accidentally nudge someone? Will I need to push my chair back so far the waitron can't fit between the tables?

    I'm very much looking forward to not worrying about these questions!
    2755 days ago
  • JRZG8R
    I'd prefer a booth too but have to always check if the table moves or is one side wider than the other that often is the case. last time we went to Olive garden they looked at me and said table knowing I would not fit in their fixed table booths.
    2756 days ago
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