Now I'm not a big fan of buffets but there's one that we found that doesn't gross me out, the food is decent (for buffet food) and the place is pretty clean so I don't have an issue with eating there. We usually time it for when they aren't busy but missed it by an hour or two on this particular evening so they were still pretty busy when we got there.
Standing off to the side a bit until the meat section had cleared out, I hear a voice that catches my attention say "I'll off yours if you off mine."
I finally get away from her (I think she works there), get my ham and head over to our table where Sweets had already dove into his steak and shrimp. I'm laughing as I tell him what happened and am able to point her out to him because she's hovering around the desserts which is the only stretch of the buffet that can be seen from our seats. Personally I don't think he was as amused as I was because now that I think about it, he didn't even crack a smile when I told him about it.
Only in my world does crazy crap like this happen, I swear! LOL!
I sure hope she wasn't serious but for some odd reason, I'm leaning toward the idea that she was.
Geesh! Sorry Sweets but if I EVER get an undying urge to kill you and try to make a deal with a random stranger to do it, I PROMISE to see a divorce lawyer first. And I hope you would extend the same courtesy to me!
Curiosity is killing me though. I've had people in the past ask me to please tell them if they ever piss me off because I do admit I'm able to get a lot of things done when I'm angry enough and feel like I've been seriously wronged but I've never had a stranger approach me like that before. Now it makes me wonder... do I put off a psycho bitch vibe to others? Hmmm.... Yikes!
And that... my friends... is NOT a fish story.