“Napaka dami kong inorder.. E hindi ako nakaayos feeling cguro nila wala akong pambayad hahaha .. Gutom na gutom ako d ako nag dinner yung waitress feelingera na ang dami ko daw kakainin sabi ko madami ako pambayad.. Ayun ngayun na tsika k tuloy may ari italiano…. Ang saya mag italian…. #breakfastinnewyork #dontjudgeabookbyitscover,” caption niya sa food photo na nasa Instagram niya.
“Expression lang yan sa North America U.S. and Canada. The server didn’t mean any insult or harm. Kapag nagtanong sila ng, “Are you going to be able to eat all of that?”- they are just amazed by the amount of food you decided to order. They also ask that question jokingly and not in a serious tone. Once they’ve noticed that you’re done eating, they always offer “to-go boxes” for the leftovers that you’d like to take home. Simpleng common expression, na misinterpret, pinost sa social media, then boom- issue agad na feelingera yung server at “don’t judge a book by its cover” pa na akala mo na-agrabyado,” say ng isang guy.
by Alex Valentine Brosas