The Customer Is Always Wrong: An Irreverent Guide to Restaurant Etiquette

Front Cover
AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2008 - Humor - 148 pages
0 Reviews

God, commitment, truth and honesty are important qualities that are the essence of everlasting life or life everlasting.  Promises are a set of standards or set of commitments that insure I and hopefully you can use to always keep our feet on the ground and head level.  When you are at a point in your life where your promises are your bond and your walk with God bonds you and your family, you are on the right growth to be right with God. 

 Main commitments to God, family, country and job is what The Promise is about.  Sometimes when we go about our daily life, we forget about those we love, those who love us, where we live, our responsibilities within our lives to those around us and those surrounding us whether in neighborhoods or the country we live in as well as the world around us.  "I Promise" is my commitment to do the things I feel are right.  It is never too late to change what you do, we just have to be willing to change and make a commitment to change how we do - what we do.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Introduction
9
Section 5
13
The Most Absurd Excuses for Not Coming to Work
24
The Dancing Queen
31
Top Ten Reasons Why Some People Should Not Dine Out
44
Above Beyond
60
We Came Here to Have a Good Time Damn It
75
are we Closed yet?
88
This Didnt Turn Out the Way I Planned
101
Creature Features
114
All in a day after days work
118
In Conclusion
131
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information