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>A sense of wonder !? Same example... people wonder and look at me
>enjoying my meal on my own... or is it jealously !?
>Sitting alone in a restaurant, is IMO, yes indeed, in other peoples mind,
>outside the norm.
>But on the other hand, people tend to get together outside the immediate
>family groupings.... bars, sport, meetings, concerts, theatre, film,...
The number of people eating in a restaurant is certainly one of the criteria
I use when choosing among unknown eateries. If the place is empty, I figure
the food isn't good enough to draw people in. The few times I've gone
against that feeling I've dined in regret. Local people know from
experience what's good and bad. Strangers are playing blind man's bluff.
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