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One restaurant was especially busy one day, so there were many orders. There were 3 waiters currently on the job. One waiter went to take an order, but forgot to write it down. He somehow remembered the order and told the cook. But, when the cook was done with the order, the waiter that had taken the order was off shift. So, one of the other waiters had to take that plate to the correct table. He took it to the correct table. The cook stopped him on his way back. "How did you know which table that food was supposed to go to if you didnt see nor take the order?" What did the waiter say?

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']The waiter said " Because, those people come everyday, sit at the same table everyday, and eat the same thing everyday!"-Was the waiters reply.

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the guy is vegetarian :P

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huh? what if, just by coincidence, someone else did order the same food?

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Ummm ..

1. That was the only table on which the food had not been served, and no other waiter was hovering around.

2. The person who had ordered the dish was a personal friend of the waiter who delivered, and he knew his order by heart.

3. The person who had ordered was pissed about the delay and was shouting at the top of his lungs to bring in his food.

4. The coughing badly and the order was a honey tea to ease his throat pain. (Though there can be many other reasons for such special food.)

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The waiter know the guy's favorite meal in the restaurant. And when he saw the client waiting he didn't have another choice ....

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