Waitress dating chef dating an intj
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. Sure, Chris whips up gourmet meals every night, but it's for strangers, not his family. On the night or two a week that he's home for dinner, we usually get takeout or eat out because he’s too wiped to cook.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.I have seen 15 years worth of work couples and even been in a few of their weddings. To make my case I have laid out 10 problems you will face in chronological order.From beginning to end there will be issues you have not considered.Their friends will not necessarily embrace you as they wait to see how you treat them. Any comment you make to a guest or co-worker that can be perceived as flirting will be forwarded to your partner immediately.
He has waited on over 100,000 guests and trained hundreds of servers.
I know it is terribly unromantic to write such a list about such a beautiful thing as two people finding love.
As your heart is going pitter-patter staring across a table of empties at last call and into the slightly out of focus eyes of the co-worker you never knew you thought was so cute, here are a few things to keep in mind. You want to avoid drama and not be part of the gossip?
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.