No. I agree. Apparently my mom and stepdad do that, at least that's what they tell me. I made fun of a couple that were doing it when we were out to dinner and my mom was like "that's what we do!?"
yeah, i don't like that either. when i was a server it always made me think they were waiting for another couple or something.
yea, that is so 'lance bass' (i was told to use that instead of saying gay by your sister). wouldn't you rather sit across from your husband than sit next to him. i don't know... it just weirds me out.
SO I guess I am the object of your ridicule :) When we were kid free we chose to sit across from each other, but nowadays, I sit next to him when its just us. Mostly cause I never ever get to do that. When the kids are awake we spend our whole day flanking them. The only time we don't have them between us is when we are asleep... or at least in the bedroom with THEM asleep :DAnyway- that's why we sit next to each other. Sorry it bothers ya'll.
Anddddddddd....I am the object of your ridicule too! Haha. And I dont even have kids as an excuse! I get so cold in restaurants that I love to have Brian close to keep me a little warmer, and it makes sharing food so much easier. Well even without those excuses, I will still do it!
But what do you look at? The other side of the booth? One time when I was a hostess at Outback Steakhouse we sat a party of 2 in a booth for two people (one on each side)- and they both squeezed into the same side together! I though that it was odd and hilarious. Not meaning to hurt any feelings, I just think that it's odd.
janna, i hope you knew i was joking!chrissi, i remember that 2 person booth and can't imagine how two people could be sitting together on the same side!
mmmm...me and dave do that. don't hate me! by the way, your post on the coffin thing made me laugh. i can just imagine costco's warehouse with the endless number of coffin's stacked on top of eachother next to the canned tomatoes.
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