If you turn your mind to the distant past of 2014, you may have some wonderful memories.
The year the World Cup, the Winter Olympics, Disney’s Frozen, the floppy bird iPhone game and the year that star Oscar’s selfie studded Germany fell to Brazil.
Most importantly 2014 was born on the Heart in Waitros Facebook page.
‘Darling, do we need parmesan for both houses?’ Social media users were shocked when some slanderous waitress conversation was revealed to the world. to ‘marinated artichokes No? It’s like East Berlin here. ‘
In recent times (perhaps due to an ongoing global epidemic) waitress quotes seem to have disappeared from the overheated internet.
The Facebook and Twitter pages that have been used to deliver consistent entertainment and outrage over the past few years now sound together.
In order to test whether the supermarket has lost its comedic value, Mylandon went to London’s finest waitress (complete with its own sushi bar) on the East Sheen on a hot spring day, which did not disappoint.
Here is what we heard and saw:
“Put Toridos back on, we’ll buy extra tires” -Vitros seems to be a distinct race of young people. A small group had full trolley supplies for their midweek tour. However, the country’s preferred triangle is not considered smooth enough. Tyrels only.
“Ma’am are you going to buy anything else?” – Maybe this needs a bit of context. A woman was shot with a gun for a rack of herbs into East Sheen Waitros and quickly exited with four large basil plants. We do not complain, we are jealous.
“Can you take these for me?” – Another quote that requires context. After inspecting the Easter egg section of the store, an adorable elderly customer chose a wide range of Easter treats (presumably for his younger relatives or grandchildren). A family is going to chase the walls this weekend.
“Well, I can come back to the office today” – Someone with a Bluetooth headset is always standing near the butcher shop. When the offices reopen a poor man will dance happily, and his office will no longer spread between his house and the aisle three.
“It’s not fair if it’s not new” -This quote is not ‘Mommy, does Lego look like Merlot?’ But this is about a hotly debated topic in the world of waitresses: fresh or dried pasta. Mylandon believes the couple who had an uncompromising argument on the matter were right.
“Do you have more copies of the telegram?” – That’s right, the bandwidth is gone by 2pm, though there are no Guardian documents.