Tagged You are It!-(wherever you are) This is what Ms. B1tch is supposed to do. Did Ms. B1tch do it? no, she did not! But, she will try to do it, yes. The handsome Barry from An Explorers Life Tagged Ms. B1tch and she just teehee'd and teehee'd and then did nothing.
here is what he said:
After you put this link on your site, go and tag 8 other bloggers and have them link back to you. There are benefits to this tagging game: You increase traffic to your site and meet new people.
Ms. B1tch is then to say eight things about herself. Well, let's see.
1. Ms. B1tch has an alter-ego that she keeps fairly secret.
2. Ms. B1tch knows many many things.
3. Ms. B1tch used to be on MSN spaces, long two years ago when she worked in a restaurant as a Host. Oh, the things she saw and said and heard! She learned much much about restaurants and how they work!
4. Ms. B1tch rarely cooks - she likes to be cooked for -because she is a Queen and spoiled.
5. Ms. B1tch is either married or not married.
6. Ms. B1tch is ageless - she may be young, or she may be old, or she may be in between-she is All.
7. Ms. B1tch will not eat snails and does not get it. Ms. B thinks snails belong in gardens.
8. Ms. B1tch is cuter than her alter-ego, and sometimes tells her alter-ego to stop being such a pit in the peach.
There! I have done my Tag, except for the Tagging Part, which Ms. B can't do yet because she does not know anyone in Blogspot Land! Oh Woe! how would she find eight people? Woe! Woe!
Now, Ms. B1tch, for any one who happens by, would like to take on any questions you may have. Food related, restaurant related, Fancy Club related, or whatever-related you want to ask, Ms. B is Queen and Wise and Savvy and has a cute brain that knows all manner of everything.
Ms. B1tch will ask the first question, because it was asked of her before:
"Ms. B1tch, Does it matter where a customer sits in a restaurant? Why do they make us sit at a certain table and get 'that look' when we ask to be moved?"
Well! It is because the restaurant floor is highly orchestrated! There is a "grid" laid out and the waitstaff take on sections. So, if one section for one waitstaff fills up too quickly, the waitstaff person can't keep up! So, you may have one waitstaff standing there with nothing to do, while the other waitstaff has multiple tables -- and the "Rules" are that the standing waitstaff isn't supposed to go into the "territory" of the other waitstaff, for then things get mixed and messed up -because what if suddenly that standing waitstaff's tables became uber busy? Then that person would have all their tables, plus the one taken from the area not assigned to them. Big mess. It also affects tips. If one waistaff gets many tables and the other waistaff gets few tables, then tips are not as evenly distributed...of course, tipping is another subject all together and Ms. B will address that later, too.
When the host or concierge seats you, it is done with a plan in mind. When a customer asks to be moved to another table, it upsets the balance. Should you never do it? Well, Ms. B1tch would say if you really desired another table, ask for it; however, if the restaurant is busy, you must keep that in mind: if you move to another table and then your service seems slower while at another table where the patrons came after you is served before you, then you know why! Of course, you may just have a crappy server, and if you do, then that is another matter and one we will discuss another time.
Ms. B1tch will return!