How to not to behave in a restaurant

My recent experiences in Halifax restaurants have involved people at adjoining tables either loudly trying to top each other's rotting food stories, talking about a new, pus-oozing tattoo or a family letting their child run all around the small restaurant making ear-shattering noises like a humpback whale. The diners engaging in this ignorant behaviour looked respectable, they were just oblivious to the fact that they were ruining our dinner. I've had the staff deal with these situations in two instances and I told off the young woman with the oozing tattoo when she continued to bellow out the details. To those who behave this way, don't be your normal, obnoxious self, you are in a public place and you need to have some manners.—Sickened@dinner


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