I was once at a post-funeral party for my mom's boyfriends dad. It was at an American Legion, place was rented for family and friends. Boyfriend's friend is a chef, and he made a ton of food for the gathering. Went out and bought a ton of shit for it. Anyway, people were pretty upset and not so worried about eating. Everyone except for the boyfriends cousin who came with her whole fucking family and ate up. When it was all over, bitch left with like half the food. She was just right over there packing things up in containers talking about how she had meals for the while weak now. Took all the lunch meat and a whole fucking bag of rolls. I just thought that was like the rudest thing.
My uncle's friend came over for Thanksgiving one year. The whole meal he talked about about how disgusting it was that humans felt entitled to eat other living things, and continually asked my mom how she hadn't been fired from her waitressing job because she was so fat. Was pretty funny to be honest, family
>>7222164 >Adult outing touring a nice place >Time for dinner >Hosts have already picked out a place to eat and has been waiting for >One person whos not even that close a friend refuses to eat there, picky >Host tries to appease but no and doesnt want to split up the group >End up getting generic pho to cater to that person
One time, I was having dinner with my then girlfriend's family. She didn't prep me as to with what their family did during dinner. Common courtesy, etc, etc. I'm a slant-eye so we just dig right in during dinner.
Well, the food is served and I start digging in. And then her mom asks her sister to say grace. Whoops. I felt really bad about that.
>Made god tier bone-in pork chops >Roasted potatoes >Fuckin corn on the cob >We're eating >Mom and friend are getting along, like...a lot >feel like a third wheel almost >Mom not breaking eye contact with friend, even in silence >Friend throws pork chop at my face >I am temporarily blind as the cajun spices kind of splash in my eyes >He leaps across table with corn cob in hand >Mom lifts dress up and spreads legs >Friend fucking her with buttery delicious corn cob >I finally manage to rinse out eyes with my glass of water >See what's happening >'WHAT THE FUCK FRANK, STOP FUCKING MY MOM WITH MY CORN' >Mom tells me to sit back down and finish my potatoes >Friend bends mom over, plugs butt with corn and shoves cock in vag >Reaches around her face and forces her to eat her pork chop >Cums inside >Mom pussy farts his cum onto his hand >He dumps it in his mouth and spits it in her face >'Mom I'm finished.'
my stepfather used to beat me and my younger brother if we couldn't keep up with him at the dinner table. i was about 9 and could usually keep up but my brother was 6 and the asshole was a big burly trucker so he copped it pretty bad.
>>7222164 >Spitting while eating. >Taking food that's not meant to be eaten with your hands with their hands Fucking white cunts.
Seriously I don't give a fuck if you chew your food with noise or put elbows on the table, but keep it in your mouth. And keep your filthy unwashed hands out of my fucking food even if you are too fucking retarded to use chopsticks or a fork.
I ordered a big bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken thighs for some friends and I to cherish and enjoy, but before we sat down to eat I got all my guests into my computer room and showed them this hilarious youtube video.
Unbeknownst to me or my guests one of the guests slipped away while we were watching the video.
He took the skins off of all the fried chicken ate them and left quietly. We had skinless fried chicken to eat.
Growing up, if we were eating out, you ate whenever you personally received your food. It wasn't until I was at a business lunch about half a year ago that I noticed everyone waited until everyone at the table had food before plowing in. Maybe not odd, but not super commonplace and not common knowledge.
>>7227819 I can only speak from US perspective, where waiting for others to be served is basic good manners. Exceptions made for young kids at informal meals, or buffet style meals. On a date or at a business meal, you'd definitely wait. Doesn't come up if you're served at the same time.
>grilling ribeyes for like 20 people >16 year old there >asks for his to be well done ... >cook it anyways since I don't have a shitty cut to replace it with >gets it >"Do you have any hot sauce?" >"Yeah it's in the fridge." >Pause for a few seconds as I realize what he's about to do >He does it
>>7227696 if they were civilized the staff would know to hold the dishes and serve them all at the same time, not bringing them out one at a time for customers to watch them get cold. if you're used to that scenario then your country isn't very civilized
>American friend over for dinner >refuses a glass of wine >asks if I have any coca cola or energy drinks instead >brought his own sauce which he proceeds to drench the lobster in >it was some shitty sauce in a plastic bottle probably from Walmart
Did not give me a good first impression of Americans.
Boyfriend comes over and while brushing his teeth drops my toothbrush into the toilet. He doesn't tell me and instead buys me an electric toothbrush and tries to sneak mouthwash into my food, like that would help. We broke up after he broke my toilet.
My friend and I were the best men at my brothers wedding, and somehow we managed to be first in line at the reception when the food was ready, even ahead of the bride and groom and the huge fucking dining hall full of people. (my brother and his wife didn't care, they were too busy getting shitfaced on wine)
We piled our plates and walked back into the hall with our food, getting all these shitty looks as we passed a hundred starving people waiting in line. I felt like an asshole, and it was probably the most awkward moment in my entire life.
>putting ketchup / bbq sauce on anything >putting salt and pepper on food before even tasting it >mixing all their food together on the place, for example chilli and rice >eating with mouth open >using fork as a spear or a shovel
My godmother has a habit of telling everybody what to do. She informed me once she will come over and we will bake finnish bread rolls. I didn't ask for it but I was ok with it. She made me buy all ingredients and guided me and my wife through the whole process without helping. At least she helped tasting them.
I hate it when people put salt / pepper on food before tasting it. Or hot sauce. I don't mind other condiments.
It's considered rude when people lick their plates, but I think it compliments me as a cook, so i don't mind it. Happened about 3 times.
One time I've invited a collegue over for a chili and he offered to help cooking. I went to the supermarket for the groceries and they where out of fresh chillies, so I had to buy a replacement. I called him and said it would probably be better to postpone our gathering, but he insisted to do it this way. When he arrived, I asked him to help with the prep work. He didn't put much effort in it, even after I told him how I wanted it. I didn't want to be rude so I just told him the most basic stuff and only once. It tasted funny because of the replaced chillies and some onion greens and peel he didn't cut off. After that he made fun of 'my' chili at work.
Any time we go out to a chinese or mexican place, my brother has this habit of talking extremely loud and very slow to the server, to make sure they understand his order. I usually try to cover my face with the menu, because I can just feel the looks of everyone in the restaurant on our table.
>>7222164 I had a dinner host who was a coworker and invited the lot of us to dinner, he had made pasta with grated Parmesan cheese on top... only after dinner he revealed to us that it wasn't cheese sprinkled all over the top.
It was foot scraping dust left in his pedegg from filing off his foot calluses... apparently he hated all of us and was planning on quitting the next day, but I'd say he also suffered from his "prank" because I puked all in his bathroom purposefully missing the toilet and not cleaning it up before abruptly leaving.
I'm a recovering germaphobe. My co-worker and I had this fight concerning her hygiene. Eventually we made up and she invited me to dinner at her friend's house. We were eating and the food was delicious but in the middle of the meal he reveals that he had a garbage disposal installed in his shower and he actually prepared all the food while he was showering. I immediately ran to the bathroom and vomited.
We once had a party at home. It was a family dinner but my wife invited her husband over because she didn't want to leave him out. In short, she cooked meatloaf even though i'm vegan, i couldn't believe she had forgotten.
>>7222164 When I lived in New York, I went on a first date to a fancy restaurant. My date and I were invited to join a party of several high profile men who recognized me - so we accepted. A few of them spoke rudely in front of my date so I ended up knocking them out and throwing one across the table. It was like something you'd see in a movie
It wasn't me directly but I was in a Thai restaurant, my favorite before they moved and some indian faggit kept hocking up into his napkin. That was pretty damn off putting. Luckily that night I was just getting pickup so was in and out. That fucker like all indians was pretty vile.
I usually don't post but.. I wanted to share this.
My mother and myself decided to try out a new sushi bar that had opened in our town. It was a pretty upscale place with a lovely atmosphere and decorations. As far as we could tell all of the staff were Asian and seemed somewhat.. no-nonsense. A very practical and straightforward people, to quote. We had also brought along my uncle. Now, my uncle was hit by a car when he was 8 and as a result his speech is somewhat slow and louder than normal. While we were looking at the menu, my mother and I were debating on whether or not something was Chinese or Japanese (I forget what it was.) This intrigued my uncle, who piped in "Chinese, Japanese, aren't they all the same?"
My mother and I tried in vain to laugh it off and change the subject, but my uncle smelled our fear and sudden discomfort and happens to have a soft spot for chaos.
He went on, "Don't they all have those slanty eyes?!" To our horror he used his thumbs to pull the corners of his eyes and continued, "ME CHINESE ME PLAY JOKE, ME PUT PEEPEE IN YOUR COKE!" My mom tried in vain to silence him, but he went on with, "HEI HEI HEI"
Finally he figured we had suffered enough and stopped, but I'm pretty sure everyone heard because the entire restaurant was glaring at us with the power of hundreds of years of dishonor. Humiliated and likely cursed several generations down, we slunk out of the restaurant and never ordered. Hopefully they thought my uncle was mentally impaired and let it blow over...
After we ate lunch at a restaurant, everybody was chipping in to pay the bill. Everybody except this one chick. We all looked at each other but just let it go since we didn't want to ruin the mood. However, she later said, "I didn't know I had to pay!". Bitch, what did you think everybody else was doing? Funny thing was, she's the type to look down on people because she has more money.
Hmm, there's been a few, from numerous guests. All these happened in my own house while we were hosting either family dinners, co-worker dinners/bbqs, or business dinners/bbqs. >picked all the mushrooms out of the lasanga and put them on the salad plate >demand I turn off the ceiling fans on the patio (during the summer) because "they're going to give me a seizure" (no, this person did not have a history of seizures) >pick all the tomatoes out of their food and refuse to eat the food that the tomatoes touched >take our crystal wine glasses outside and smash them garden path >come in the kitchen and hover over me while I cook and tell me how they'd do everything differently >refuse to eat my dessert because they coudn't know FOR SURE (even though I told them) that it was made with free range eggs >literally spit food out that they were eating when they found out it had tofu in it >make fun of my family for eating medium rare to rare steaks, while they dumped teriyaki sauce all over their well done steak >brought shoddy white bread store bought pimento cheese sandwiches to a bbq (that was NOT a potluck, we made all the food) because they were afraid there wouldn't be any meatless options in spite of the fact that we ALWAYS provide foods for the vegfags >brought their own beer (coor light) and drank all of our microbrews and left us the coors light >pissed on the side of our house >pissed in the back yard >pissed in the laundry room sink >clogged all the toilets >had sex in our bedroom closet >stood on the picnic table to make announcements/toasts >yanked the spatula out of my hand and PRESSED DOWN MY BURGERS >insulted my choice of dinnerware >insulted my choice of flatware >insulted my choice of china >insulted my kitchen set up >stolen kitchen utensils >asked the cost of everything >ate off other people's plates >stuck their finger in food to see if it was hot / cold
That's all off the top of my head, but I know there's more. Probably just blocked it out.
>Make stew for lady firned >She goes to put salt on, stating how much she loves salt >Mention I've already added salt, know she loves salt >"Yeah, I haven't had much salt today though" >Precedes to liberally apply salt >All this after demanding I throw a hand full of rice in, completely destroying the consistency I wanted Not sure why, this really annoyed me though. People can do most whatever they want to enjoy food I make for them, they should really at least take the first bite how I intended though.
Other than that >Can't have veges and meat on the same surface I simmer with rage just thinking about it
>>7230865 Some people just seem to find the habitual act of adding salt therapeutic. I've seen people empty disposable packets of salt into ramen. It's ridiculous. The flavor sachets already contain too much salt.
>>7230924 The difference is that every episode of Seinfeld employed jokes and amusing situations, while Friends relied on people falling in love with the main characters and smiling at the sight of their familiar quirks.
>>7230928 Amusing to you, I can't get through even 5 minutes of one "episode" without turning it off. To each their own, that and friends was some lame ass upper west side manhattan bullshit. Full of faggots and their drama.
>>7230938 I'm upper east side when I bother being in Manhattan. It's a lot nicer in upstate NY. Once you get about 50 miles out there's a definite difference in the air quality, I don't have to smell niggers.
>>7230956 Only morons would be on the upper west side or wherever that place is set, and even worse some morons actually move to live in that location because they're fucking morons. There's no real reason, they're just morons.
This thread is the most bizarre thread I've seen on /ck/ for a bit. What is even going on? It's meandering past different topics but maintaining its horrific toxicity. Who's trolling who? What was the point? What is the point?
>Boyfriend pops me the question and I say yes >Invite my family over to dinner to tell them the good news >Make some delicious as fuck gumbo and crawfish etouffee >Spend hours making sure everything is perfect >Family arrives >Sister is pissed for some reason >We go to sit down at the table and she starts yelling at our parents >Try to calm her down >She choses that moment to "come out" to our parents >Dad starts yelling at her >She picks up a plate and chucks it causing it to hit our mom because she cant aim for shit >Fiancee tries to restrain her >She slams him into the table causing the leg to break and him to tumble to the side >Dumps our wonderful food on the floor and breaks most of our good plates and glasses >Runs out of the house screaming threats Pretty much nothing has topped this and I doubt it ever will.
>>7230066 I once paid for an entire group of guy friends to eat breakfast with me before going to work, all I asked was that they pay their own tip and this one asshole refused to tip because he didn't believe in it.
>>7229334 >It's considered rude when people lick their plates, but I think it compliments me as a cook, so i don't mind it. This. What's even worse is when people lick their knives really obnoxiously from both sides and then stick them back in the butter later on.
>>7230208 >>pissed on the side of our house >>pissed in the back yard >>pissed in the laundry room sink >>clogged all the toilets >>had sex in our bedroom closet >>stood on the picnic table to make announcements/toasts Sounds like quite a party
>>7228874 >I felt like an asshole why? don't let people make you feel bad if you haven't done anything wrong. the people doing that are probably the kind of people who complain about having low blood sugar and act like it's a big emergency when they're just hungry.
Went to my girlfriend's parent's house for dinner because they wanted to meet me. GF informs me not to eat all the food on the plate because her mother thinks it's rude, I tell her I'm a big guy and I have to eat big to stay big, she jacks me off and spits my cum into my eye and I say okay. When I walk in I notice her father is a bit on the skinny side, didn't think twice about it though. Her mother serves us our plates and she puts a single leaf on everyone's plate. I just stare at it thinking it's a joke of some kind. I look to my GF and realize she isn't smiling or moving, neither is her father nor her mother. We sat like that for 3 hours and then her mother just says, "What a lovely dinner." as she takes the plates back. As me and GF leave I look back and see her father shed a single tear, they pretend to eat a leaf every night for dinner.
>>7231604 don't forget so called peanut allergies. A whole airplane full of normal people has to deal with one mutant who can't have a peanut within 2 miles of it. Fucking annoying fucking mutant retards.
>Christmas supper at grandparents' >Buffet style >Spot a beautiful big slice of turkey with lots of skin on it >I'm about 5th in line >Middle age lady i'm distantly related is a few people infront of me an takes it >Oh well, it's fair, she is in front of me >After putting it on her plate she makes a disgusted face and peels of the skin and throws it in the trash behind her
I was only about 15 at the time and I almost lost my shit. I mean if you don't like skin or don't think it's healthy or whatever, WHY WOULD YOU TAKE THAT FUCKING PIECE YOU INCONSIDERATE SHIT BIRD?
A few years later she got drunk and lost all her cash gambling and tried walking home in the winter and was found dead in a ditch. But I still mad
At my high school we were polarised into those who liked Seinfeld and those who liked Friends. I was with the Seinfeld group. I thought it was a funnier show with better writing. Still do, really, but that opinion cost me a chance with my high school crush.
I was in my second year of university when I was invited to my first dinner party. It was slightly daunting, but it turned out to be a laid back sort of affair. It was really more of a cocktail party, but the invitation described it as a dinner party.
It also turned out that my high school crush had been invited. I hadn't seen her for two years, but we hit it off pretty well considering that I hadn't really known her even when we were students together.
Somehow I managed to develop a backbone that night, and ended up telling her how infatuated I had been with her, that I would probably always carry affection for her memory.
"Just like Ross and Rachel," she responded warmly.
"God, Friends is so shit," I said.
In retrospect that was rude, but I hadn't really meant anything by it. It was nothing but an instinctive response honed by years of dispute in high school. Nonetheless, as I watched the fond glow fade from her eyes I realised I had completely lost her in that one statement. She ended up having a one night stand with somebody else at the party, so she had been up for it, too.
Today I'm 29 and less than a year away from becoming a wizard. When reminded of Seinfeld and Friends, I can't help thinking of that one moment when my courage started to blossom and immediately wilted in the glare of my stupidity. My life could have gone so much differently if Friends hadn't sent me down the wrong path at those crossroads.
I was right about one thing, though. My longing for that girl continues to simmer, and will probably remain for the rest of my life.
Also, it's never a good idea, when trying to profess your affection for someone (male or female) to let them know you think their opinions are shit.
Also, how the fuck did this get turned into a fucking Seinfeld vs. Friends thread? One was a show about assholes, and the other was a show about pretty assholes. Who the fuck cares? Seinfeld's been off for nearly 20 years and Friends for over a decade. FUCK.
>>7232891 >>7232847 Well, fuck that bitch if she can't even take this bullet. Most people I know who think Friends is a good show stay in their circle of 100%-adjusted friends because they can't deal with people with real problems.
>My Wife and I had two friends invited for a Fondue. >They were sisters, so it was supposed to be a cozy little dinner with some talking. >The younger sister brought her husband over, even tho they had an argument and he wasn't even invited. >Later on she felt sick and vomitted in our bathroom. >found puke everywhere weeks later >Turned out they just agreed on a divorce. >We all knew it was a sham marriage and no one liked that guy anyways.
srsly girl, get your shit together. another one:
>one guy insisted on putting his rose quartz in our pot of drinking water >muh energy levels are over 9000
No stories about entitled teens? I've never hosted but have been to a few dinners where they are living stereotypes with their phones One tried to talk about how food and drinks pair, I really didn't think it through because I was thinking about wine or tea... He was just trying to get permission to drink another soda
>>7222164 I had this elderly lady over for dinner who lives in the neighborhood over and served steaks that were cooked in the oven.
She asked to have a cup of the blood that seeped out of the steaks during the cooking process and was left in the pan. Which I thought was strange but obliged her and sure enough she drank it, and then during dinner
I served wine, and she took her dentures out and just dunked them in the glass of wine and put them back in her mouth.
I looked at her in horror and she explained she didn't like to drink wine or any alcohol because she was a Mormon but loved the taste of it, and throughout dinner she kept dunking her dentures in the wine and then putting them back in her mouth.
>"Hey anon can I have some crackers?" >"Yeah sure." >He proceeds to eat an entire stack of club crackers after devouring half of a turkey breast
He also pats his stomach like Monster Hunter characters do after eating.
He and his brother are just incredibly picky and rude sometimes. One time I spent a good while installing a new stereo in my car by myself then I wanted to go eat somewhere (was craving taco bell) they refused to eat with me and instead wait until I finished eating and walked to the whataburger across the street.
They also salt and pepper their food before trying it.
>at work colleagues bbq >"we're having steak burgers" >puts whole slices of rump on a cold grill >mutilates them trying to cut them into smaller pieces while cooking >cooked well done + extra charcoal >burns sausages as well
I lived at home for a couple months after grad school, before I found a job my elderly parents basically made me their personal house elf and cook. Except they're baby boomer, processed-food pre-packaged white trash so they hated everything I cooked re: fresh and cost more than a $8 bag of frozen ready-meal or pizza. For awhile I sold blood plasma just so I could have money for nice ingredients. They never appreciated it: >demanded something new be made every night while complaining in the same breath about food budget >would never eat the leftovers and always made me eat them while they bought fast food or had something new almost every day >would ask them what they wanted for dinner, never gave me straight answer, but then would complain at dinner about how they didn't like what I had made despite me FUCKING ASKING >constantly had to endure rants about their shitty health while listening to them make demands for unhealthy and processed food and their smoking
>>7222164 My cousin's neckbeard fiance always does shit whenever he's around: >Family over for Fourth of July >Neckbeard decides he's bored and tired, goes up to our guest room to take a nap without asking >We tell him that's kind of rude to do >"Lol sorry I'm Irish, my people don't handle the sun well" >A different cousin shouts "Goddamnit we're Irish too you moron"
>Christmas Party >Neckbeard's here again >Sees that we have beer in our refrigerator, decides to try some >Ends up opening a beer, taking a sip, not liking it, then dumping the entire thing, several times >"Lol sorry I only like dark beers I guess" >Several of them were stouts and porters >As he heads out, he decides to put his shoe right up on one of our chairs to tie it it
>Aunt decides to take my brother out to the local Benihana's ripoff for his birthday >Cousin decides to come along, brings her fucking fiance too >They get two orders of the most expensive things on the menu, several appetizers, a couple bottles of sake >Don't even offer to pay
We keep telling her to stop bringing him, but she won't. But hey, at least it was funny as hell when my grandmother asked them if they were getting married in Chuck E. Cheese.
One of my friend keeps bringing these dumb bitches he just met to big events, like my birthday dinner, Thanksgiving, ect. I told him several times to stop that but he keeps going on about how they're "the one" but forgets about them like a week later.
When your with friends and family and they don't give a shit about manners then its fine to just dig in because they gave the say so. But with strangers its common courtesy to wait until all are served.
>>7231438 Once, my guest told me it was rude of me standing in my kitchen and drinking straight out of the container. I told him I had another container of milk for the guests to drink out of and that I was just finnishing this one and I also went out to the kitchen to drink it there especially to not do it in front of the guests. Appearently, it was unpolite of me to try and hide myself while drinking the last bit of milk in my old container.
>>7235060 It's a gathering that family and friends go to after the funeral. There is food involved and everyone catches up and you see family you haven't seen in a long time. You share stories of the dead, get drunk and go home.
This particular one was held at an American Legion, which I like a club for vets and families of vets. Since the boyfriends dad was in the war, there was also honour guard at the party.
>>7232646 >>7232646 Becaus there is now law that states that he has to pay for illegal substances. He literarly does not have to pay for what he consumes in that sense and you literarly cannot do shit about it becaus if you do, you are doing a criminal act.
>>7235125 I was going to pour milk into another container to serve guests and decided that I wanted to give them fresh milk instead of the bottom of this container, being a cheap ass, I didnt want there to be a possibility I forgot about the old container in the fridge so I drank up the last part, as you say, Waterfall.
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