(Original post by XcitingStuart)
Spoiler:ShowYOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
Spoiler:Show:/ That's a shame.
I should have said in my last reply "...to quicken the process to orgasm."
As you say he's so terrific, would you like him to tease you and let you play with his magical fingers? Just think of the sensual pleasure that can be obtained from the heat cuming off of it.
(This has past dodgy.)(We have already transgressed moral boundaries past which there's no coming back.)(Something is telling me in the back of my head that this conversation is so very, very wrong on so many levels.)
It's your fault! You brought in E.T.!
I'm not sure why my 'mention' is not working though; argh
Hold on a sec.; is E.T. male or female?
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How long would you wait for your food to be served/prepared? watch
- Thread Starter
- 05-11-2015 13:16
Spoiler:ShowSpoiler:ShowHe can transition between the sexes at will;
- 05-11-2015 13:31
his phallic-shaped finger, of 7 inches, can transmutate into a warm, moist, wet and sticky hole in the hand, pulsing sporadically. The pre-*** aforementioned acts as lube, quivering in anticipation before.Last edited by Rorschach II; 05-11-2015 at 13:33.
(Original post by jeremy1988)
- 05-11-2015 13:36
Well, sit-down restaurants are often really slow if they're crowded. That's why I usually go to fast food restaurants and only go to sit-down restaurants if they're relatively empty and I have time to wait.
What I really hate with fast food is that whenever we order a burger with chicken at a drive-thru place... they always ask my mother to pull up to the parking lot and wait about 10 minutes for them to bring it out. They never have it ready when we come to the window. Sometimes they even forget you're there, and you have to go in and yell at them (which defeats the purpose of having a drive-thru in the first place). It didn't used to be that way, but I think they've cut down on staff and expanded the menus, so it's a natural result.
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- 05-11-2015 15:19
Being a waitress has given me an insight into this and I'd be indulgent. It depends if it's a busy day or not and the type of place where I'm eating. So 15+ for fast food and between 30 mins and 1h at a restaurant.
- 05-11-2015 15:24
yesterday i had to wait ages to be served at W**tr*se while the woman tidied up her sliced ham.
(Original post by kka25)
- 05-11-2015 15:31
I went to a kebab shop and the girl at the till said I'd need to wait 15 mins for her to prepare the kebab
Unless this is some fancy restaurant, then I may wait for that duration (even that I'd need to consider lol)
I said no thanks and I went for a fish and chip instead.
How long would you wait for your food to be served/prepared?
Restaurant wise, target ticket times for a main course in a casual setting (family place, bar food etc) should be 12-15mins. Can be a little longer if its busy but anything over 25-30mins is unacceptable.
- 05-11-2015 17:35
Tbh unless I'm REALLY hungry, I'm not even aware of how long I'm waiting for my food because I tend to go out with great company, so chatting away helps the time pass by. But I'm sure I typically wait around 20/30 minutes at a restaurant for a meal. Fast food should be no longer than 10 minutes. As for your kebab situation, I've been in too and totally accepted it. The meat wasn't cooked properly so I had to wait. No point in me complaining unless I wanted food poisoning...