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Posted By: Tonya <firstname.lastname@example.org> In Response To: How DOES that glass get there!? (Becky)
Monday, 27 March 2006, at 9:35 a.m.
In Response To: How DOES that glass get there!? (Becky)
In answer to your subject line:
The beer glass was "chilled" in an ice bin before pouring the beer. Somehow broken glass got into the ice and adhered through suction to your boyfriend's glass.
Your boyfriend's beer glass was washed in a commercial dishwashing unit which is overloaded and a glass breaks. When handled, the suction from the water allows a bit of the broken glass to adhere to your boyfriend's glass even after it was put away upside down
The bartender mixes several drinks at once, with glasses lined up at the well. When scooping ice into other beverages a bit of glass falls into your boyfriend's beer because there was broken glass in the ice.
The beer glass was chilled in a refrigerator where the glasses were stacked too closely together and one broke. When your boyfriend's beer glass was used to pour the beer, there was a bit of glass inside it....
These things happen on occasion. The manager probably should have conveyed more concern, but buying your drinks was an appropriate response.Thankfully, these instances are quite rare...
The same thing happened to my boyfriend when we were eating at a Red Robin
> restaurant last month (I'm not sure how big of a chain this restaurant is
> because it is relatively new in my town). We went with his parents and we
> always go to a fairly decent restaurant when they come into town. It was
> extremely crowded for a Tuesday night; there were several birthday parties
> or something, so we had to wait fifteen minutes before we could be seated.
> We sat at the bar and ordered drinks, and my boyfriend ordered a beer.
> After fifteen minutes, we were finally able to sit down and order our
> meals. During the meal, my boyfriend finished his beer and his mom noticed
> that there was something sitting at the bottom of his glass. At first we
> all thought it was ice, but then I said, "Why would someone put ice
> in a beer?" Turns out, it was a large piece of glass. Of course my
> boyfriend's mom becomes irate, waving a waitress over and yelling at her.
> The rest of us become a little embarrassed at her antics because the poor
> waitress is confused, apologizing profusely for something she had no
> control over. She explains to us that at the bar, all of the glasses are
> set upside down until they are used, so she had no idea how that piece of
> glass could have gotten in there. She brings the manager over and my
> boyfriend's mom explains the situation. The manager didn't seem to care
> whether or not my boyfriend could have choked and died on that glass. She
> offered to pay for all of our drinks.
> I think in this situation, my boyfriend's mom overreacted, but the manager
> of the restaurant underreacted. We haven't been back to the restaurant
> since. I doubt my boyfriend's parents will be back at that restaurant; I'm
> not going back there again but that's only because I didn't like their
Why Are You Spending TOO MUCH to Travel?!
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