Considering it lets you skip a trip to the shrink, Reddit has quickly become our collective confessional booth. Waiters use it to air awkward customer interactions, and, now, customers are hitting the threads to complain about each other. On a recent AskReddit post, commenters answered the question, "What's something you hate seeing people do in a restaurant?" The responses were predictably hilarious/horrifying, and you can get the best ones right here. Maybe one day, we'll live in a world where parents leave their child potties in the car.
9. People knocking booths
"When they are flopping around aggressively in a booth, whose seatback is shared by another booth, especially when that other booth is occupied by me."
8. Ordering false-starts
"People who carry on conversations at the table while the waiter is waiting to take their order, when they literally just grabbed his shirt to stop him from walking by because they were ready to order. Yeah, this happened to me and I was pissed."