In past posts, we have looked at a number of different types of people who can be seen at the buffet. At this point, it seems appropriate to actually take a look at one of the buffets.
Somehow, you managed to survive the waves of people from the congregation, and somehow made it past the lovebirds playfully swinging their joined hands, slowing your approach to the food. It looks like clear sailing, or does it?
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the latest observations from the local buffet.
I’m back from a fact-finding mission. Okay, it was Sunday dinner at Hometown Buffet with the parents. But, I got a lot more insights into all the people you will meet at the buffet.
Hold on to your lunches, or at least the plates they’re on. Our journey through the people you meet at the buffet is about to get into some queasy realms.
Up until now, it seemed like the only people you really had to look out for at the buffet were those who simply worked to delay your self attained food experience.
Those are not the only people you will run into.
Okay, you managed to wait until the line thinned out so you do not have to deal with the salmon. And you watched the specialists and deciders return to their seats (hopefully without clearing out all of the brisket or mashed potatoes). It’s clear sailing, there are no more people who will stand in your way.
Not so fast.
We have already covered some of the people you will see at the buffet disrupting the lines. But, cutters, hoppers, and salmon are not the only ones who disrupt the show of food gathering.
We continue to explore the types of people that you will see at the buffet. I even did some field research today.