The restaurant you choose to take a date says a lot. Yes, I do realize that it comes off as vain, but that’s how it is. Take Red Lobster for example. I don’t (and probably will never) understand what’s so charming about this place. I’ve had better seafood at a backyard cookout.
I remember planning a first date with a guy I was interested in. He asked me where I wanted to go. I didn’t have a particular place in mind, so I named a few places that I didn’t want to go. As soon as I mentioned Red Lobster, ol’ boy got in his feelings. You would have thought I told him his mother’s cooking was nasty.
I explained to him that I consider Red Lobster to be the McNightmare of seafood. What would have been spent on mediocre food could be put to better use elsewhere. There are much better options that are well worth the price. He didn’t want to hear it. That was the last time I spoke to him. Guess I struck a nerve. Oh well.
Instead of getting all emo because somebody doesn’t like your fave, why not try something new? Do us all a favor and get some culture in your life. Endless shrimp are not the blueprint for fine dining.
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Thank you for the link!! I’m going to sign up.
Thank you! 🙂 I feel the same way about this restaurant. Love your phrase “the McNightmare of seafood”
I knew I wasn’t the only one, lol!! Thanks for reading!