Waitress dating chef
Maybe you both want to try extra hard to keep it a secret. 2) You will find out about the exes and the hopefuls. If the other person’s history includes anyone at the restaurant, you have a new enemy.
That generally means that one of you has someone in particular they are trying hard to keep it from. One person has generally been working there longer. You can also expect grief from everyone who has ever tried to flirt with, been too scared to flirt with, or been rejected by your new partner.
3) You will also now unknowingly inherit any of their enemies.
Anyone who does not like them now has a reason to not like you. People looking out for your best interest (see 2 and 3) will tell you exaggerated stories about their past.
I was discussing this with some co-workers when someone said, “hey, you should write a blog about that.” I had pondered it before, but never thought there was much to cover.
My opinion is simple and based on a great deal of experience. My friend disagreed and offered to write the counter-point.
The cute waitress at the trendy pizza place down the block is a much better alternative. He has held both hourly and salaried positions at independent and corporate restaurants.
Chris has even started saying, "I'll see you tomorrow! I'd be lying if I didn't say that makes my heart hurt a little.
Probably should have thought about that ahead of time.
On average it takes approximately 18 hours and 43 minutes for word to spread throughout the restaurant. The 43 minutes is that first person you tell telling someone else and it spreading throughout the staff.
But being married to a chef comes with its unique set of challenges.
Chris is off once or twice a week, but that includes one weekday when I have to work.
We rarely see each other, let alone eat meals together. Chris and I met when we were in our early twenties while I was getting my master's degree.