A phenomenon I just can’t understand is the love for booths black people have. What is it, about a booth, that seems to draw black Americans in like some type of tractor beam?
To be perfectly honest, I like to sit in a booth. I’m a white dude. But, if a booth isn’t available, I certainly don’t raise a stink about it. This isn’t always the case with black people.
Come 8:00 PM, the restaurant I work at gets “boofed” all night long. I”m not trying to be racist, so you can save all that. I guess it’s just a culture thing that I simply don’t understand. While I never see black women doing this, I constantly see younger black men laid way back in the booths. That behavior is both rude and obnoxious. I guess you can’t lay back in a chair, so you’ve got to have the booth.
I suppose it’s not “G” to sit, upright, in a restaurant.