You gotta be kidding me--allergic to fettuccini but not penne?
Your answer was priceless BTW. lol
When I was in my early teens, I remember a friend staying the night
and telling my mum she was allergic to milk but she could have chocolate milk.
I hate the fact that rather than just a simple request, much of the public
has gotten in the habit of just "playing the allergy card" to get what they
want. And with no sense of the sense or lack of sense of it.
Like the plated sit down, prom dinner, with a buffet serving station,
I was serving chicken (full bone in, drumsticks etc) 2 teen girls, dressed to the nines,
spoke at the same time, one saying "We're vegans" the other saying "we're
vegetarians" when offered the chicken. Oookay, so they look at the pasta and sauces
next to it, one says" that looks good, what is it?"
"That's meat sauce"
"Ooo okay I'll have that"
"Yeah me too" says her friend.
Maybe they just though it was cool to be vegan, but I suspect they played that card
because they were dressed up and country style chicken was too messy?
Understandable to a point, but why not just say no thanks.
Edited by Meezenplaz - 11/30/12 at 9:46am