Oh man.... I used to work there. (in my neck of the woods)... This photo brings back memories - I'm certain these girls are great at their job - but I don't miss the restaurant business.
Sounds like a nice place to spend an evening! Good food and splendid service is always appreciated.Hehehe - I did read both Odyssey and the Iliad but it was a long time ago. Fascinating as I remember it, but very heavy-:)Indeed I brought Tiger his blanket. I'm a good slave-:)You're so right about your "dog eat dog" theory. It's very sad ... I would like to see a change. My hopes are for the future generation.Wish you a very good evening!
Seems like they enjoy your company and happy.Just wanted to let you know that from tomorrow I will have a different comment option in our blog. This enables the person who post the comment to have a back link to the latest post of the blog.
Zenaida, what a great name!
Nice portrait. I don't like our Olive Garden. There is a singing waiter that is quite annoying and you can hear him from anywhere in the place.
quel plaisir d’être reçu au "olive garden" par ces deux très belles demoiselles, avec un si beau sourire.
And the food ain't so bad either. MB
They look like a very friendly pair!
It is Good Friday ... That is correct-:)It is a Budweiser-:) Budweiser and a Spanish wine (they didn't have American wine), because we were eating American food, and wanted American beer as well-:)My team is the best! We had a very nice evening.Wish you a Happy and Good Friday
Mmmmm. I have a fondness for the Olive Garden's Eggplant Parmesan. :)
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