because people speak English
Many days ago, I asked Tim a question, "A relatively so-so restaurant with good service attitude and a relatively good restaurant with bad service attitude, which is your choice, A or B?"
Tim chose B, a relatively good restaurant with bad service attitude. I saw with him then because I thought the reason you went to a restaurant was for food but not for making friends with the staff there. Yet an experience of recently changed my mind. Two restaurants which are near where I live are such ones as I mentioned above. A restaurant isn't fancy as B, but it has much more customers than B. So I tried both later. I found their attitudes really affected my eating mood. Thus, I prefer good attitude now.
With a happy mood, I can even ignore the taste; while with an angry mood, however tasty food can be nothing! giggling.
What about you? A or B?
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