Restaurants should do a brief screening at the host booth to determine
whether one's party should be seated in the annoying section.

(Hey, I readily admit that there've been times my party and I
certainly belonged there, and it would just make it all the more
comfortable for everyone.)


McLoffs said...

What if the section you're in is always the annoying section?

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eeka said...

No, see, they'd screen you while you're waiting for your table. On most nights, my party and I would be chatting quietly while waiting, thus not warranting the annoying section. But if we were laughing at stuff that wasn't funny and WOOOO!ing, we'd get put in the annoying section. That way, all the people who want to be annoying can be seated in the same section, you see.