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Have you ever sent back food after finding a hair or something in your meal? Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)21:30 UTC+1 No.5499578 Report

Would a single hair or small insect in the lettuce be enough? ¿or would you simply remove it yourself
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)21:37 UTC+1 No.5499610 Report

>>5499578
¿Que pasa guey? ¿Como esta tu arroz?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)21:42 UTC+1 No.5499624 Report

One hair is too much trouble to go through, i either pull it out or leave depending on the place. Once we saw a roach on a sushi boat though, and raised hell.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)21:45 UTC+1 No.5499644 Report

>>5499578
>one hair
Depends on how hungry I am.
>an insect in my fucking food
Someone's getting hurt.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)21:53 UTC+1 No.5499669 Report

>>5499578

>Hair

I'll pick it out and continue eating. Whatever, some people can't control it. Maybe it came from the waitress accidentally, it can't be controlled that well once it's outside the kitchen.

>Insect

I've never even heard of this happening. I'd probably eat the rest of the food that didn't have the insect in it and then leave without mentioning it.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:03 UTC+1 No.5499702 Report

>>5499578
I don't make a scene over a single hair.
A insect if it is just a small caterpillar that came with the salad and not something that indicates filthy like a dead fly or cockroach I just tell whoever is responsible about it. If he/she gets sorry and promise to take measures I can eat again there. If they act like it isn't a big deal it is probably an awful filthy place so it is better to not go there or recommend it to anyone.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:16 UTC+1 No.5499744 Report

>>5499578

I ordered a triple neat wild turkey at a bar. Half-way through it, I looked inside the glass (it was foggy/semi-opaque through the sides), and there were about a dozen dead fruit flies at the bottom of the glass. I don't know how many were there to start with.

I sent it back.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:23 UTC+1 No.5499768 Report

Not at a restaurant but here's my story. I worked at a produce department in a grocery store once. Our manager was a genuine piece of shit. I hated her. If we found food that was moldy or had slugs in it she would make us open up the boxes, pick out the moldy shit, and then rebox the rest of the food, even if some of it had been touching the moldy shit. I wouldn't be caught dead selling food that I myself wouldn't buy and so I tossed a lot of that shit when she wasn't looking. And I definitely don't shop at that store anymore.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:24 UTC+1 No.5499772 Report

>>5499744
You're drinking Wild Turkey, why would you care?
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:26 UTC+1 No.5499787 Report

>>5499772

Insects would ruin the texture of the whiskey.

I've eaten fried grasshoppers before and those are pretty good, but soggy fruit flies don't sound very appetizing, especially not since I tend to chew/hold whiskey in my mouth for a while.
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Anonymous 06/07/14(Sat)22:28 UTC+1 No.5499797 Report

>>5499744
it actually happens a lot if you dont take good care to cover the spouts everynight
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