You’re TOO FAT to eat here!

When you go into a fast food restaurant, you expect the person behind the counter to say something like “Welcome to Good Burger, Home of the Good Burger, Can I take your order?”… but that isn’t what I got.  She took my friend’s order as expected but when I stepped up in line, the cashier said these words – You shouldn’t eat here – you’re getting fat! I’m not making this up, people. – Read the Rest of the Story at I Quit… Again!

2 thoughts on “You’re TOO FAT to eat here!

  1. Cousin Dave

    How do we ever know what is inside the skin of those we meet? Strength to endure an unwarranted comment, or a psyche so fragile that an honest appraisal will lead to collapse? What do we risk when mentioning a button undone, an open zipper, a dab of cream cheese on a cheek, a ridiculous necktie? As touchy as those tensions might be, none of them address the person herself. Mentioning weight, too much or too little – which we are told indicates a health danger that should be faced – can be interpreted as a statement that “there is something wrong with your very self.”

    Love should accompany any such assertion.

    Come to think of it, that should accompany everything we do.

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