The Chefon August 26, 2013 at 5:00 am
You know what’s hilarious? Online reviews for restaurants. For some reason we give them a ton of weight, but reading them makes you lose all respect for the reviewer. They’ll always start with something like, “The crisp summer air had awakened our senses, and we were treated to a cornucopia of olfactory delights upon crossing their threshold.” We get it! Sometimes it takes two paragraphs to even reach their table.
That’s probably why they’ve implemented ratings for restaurant reviews. But maybe we need to go DEEPER and open up REVIEWS for the reviews: “The reviewer took me on a spellbinding journey with their treatise on the true nature of the Happy Hour Fish Tacos, but the overall narrative suffered during the third act’s paltry description of the restroom hand soap.”
Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to read up on the McDonald’s across the street.
I started reading McDonalds reviews on google maps once. Strange how many purported to have found the world’s worst.
What a nice customer.
Turns out he’s a restaurant supply salesman.
I’ve eaten in a couple of restaurants like that…
I like to think that the ASP people’s ears are further back on their head, so they have really weird side-burn styles.