Furthermore, don't talk to me like I'm your friend, I'm not your friend, but here to politely serve you. I'm not your wife/husband, don't scream at me. Perhaps it's my age that makes you think that I can be spoken to in whatever manner.
Also, when you're finished, push your chair in! If your child/you pushes over our pamphlets or spills food, make them pick it up, or you pick it up, or let me know that you're in a rush and that you're sorry you can't put them back. Clean up after yourself. I believe that cleaning up after yourself in the physical also leads to cleaning up in the emotional/within your relationships. If from a young age you were taught to think that somone's always going to be there to pick up after you in the physical what stops you from thinking that in the emotional. That's why we have people that'll drop stuff on the street and not give a care in the world about it. And for Christ's sake don't leave your Tim Hortons/McD/wherever else cups lying around! OMG I'm getting more cynical by the day... —Really