By Anonymous - 06/11/2012 18:34 - United States - Erie
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id own that restaurant by the time we got out of court. that's DISGUSTING and i hope you filed a complaint with the local health department
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Get over yourselves... It happens... I work in a restaurant and certain times of year the lettuce ends up having little bugs in it, we do our best to wash it out, but once in a blue moon we miss one... It's no reason to think of taking it to court. Sheesh, you just quietly point it out to a staff member and ask for a new one if your really that childish... But honestly, you know how many small bugs we inhale just walking down the street, o and the dead skin cells floating around.... Yummy :P a small bug in your food will NOT kill you...
I agree 53... It happens. At my dad restaurants we wash everything twice before cooking. Even then you can possibly check every single lettuce leave. What you cook at home has less of a chance to have a bug because the amount of food you are cooking is minimal. You can easily spot something. In a restaurant it's a different ball game, it's food to serve ALOT of people. If it happens people just point it out and we exchange it in an instant. Its a bug people, it's not going to kill you.
Exactly! Especially if its FRESH FARM FOOD lettuce grows in the ground..bugs come in the food ALL THE TIME..pick it out, get a new one, get over it..bugs are just frowned upon bc of our uptight ignorant American culture full of dumbass people who rather eat food full of poisonous chemicals to keep natural bugs off...they are chock full of nutrients and proteins..it means the plants your eating are actually good if they choose to eat it....being a germafobe is dumb anyway you're breeding yourself to be a weak individual and your children will be born with weak immune systems and not be able to fight off simple shit..go fuck yourself OP
Considering your fear for restaurants, I'm surprised you chose a diner.
Think about it this way: you faced one of the worst scenarios possible, and lived through it. Don't give up just yet. I'm sure if you tried again, you'd have a much better experience, and be well on your way to conquering your phobia.