I worked with a guy a while back, and we went down south to a plant and the town had a farmers market in which was an All You Can Eat! restaurant.
Rocky was a tall thin guy and when he went to the buffet for the third time, I asked the waitress to tell him he had hit his limit.
That was all he could eat.
He had such a perplexed look on his face, and then he got it and turned to look at me and grinned.
It was perfect.
I wonder if our nation's obesity problem is aggravated by Golden Corral, The Sweden House and every Hampton Inn (and other hotels) in the country.
But I digress.
I just got back from vacation.
The hotels had breakfast bars.
The Christmas meal was a buffet.
All I could eat.
Not almost all.
I met the challenge.
I ate more than I would if I had ordered a la carte.
At least I cleaned my plate.
Others, not so much.
Plates of food and cups of drink abandoned on vacated tables.
Now imagine all these people getting free health care.
See the problem?