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Waiting.Hovering here and there Im constantly aware of my bosss aggravated eyes. His look repeatedly falls on the customer that just wont leave. One Mr A. Rush who reserved by phone two months ago the loveseat, the most popular and secluded tab

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Waiting Hovering here and there I'm constantly aware of my boss's aggravated eyes. His look repeatedly falls on the customer that just won't leave. One Mr A. Rush who reserved by phone two months ago the loveseat, the most popular and secluded table at Expectations, this tiny side street eatery owned by the guy with the eyes, my always-irate boss - Angry Dan. It's been almost three quarters of an hour and it is obvious to any normal person that this Mr Rush's other half isn't going to turn up but still he refuses to budge, insisting to me that she will definitely be here. It's the worst possible night for this to happen. February the fourteenth and through the frosted glass I've seen at least four couples look in and turn away; too impatient to wait. ...read more.

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Rush he nods at the empty glass and I refill to the wariness of Josh behind the bar. Angry Dan had words with Josh earlier and I realise with growing frustration that I could be out of a job thanks to this embarrassing situation. I wonder how the evening would have turned out if the date had shown. Would they have laughed, shared jokes, locking eyes and cuddling up close? Or would they have just sat on the love seat; the most popular place for restaurant romantics and stared frostily, fixating on anything but each other, wishing the waiting of the food to be that much quicker than it would have inevitable been. The guys in the kitchen are taking bets about what happens next. ...read more.

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I approach the table and Mr Rush tips the empty glass in appreciation. I'm thrown off for a slight second but then I motion to the waiting guests whose eyes are like my mother's in Sainsbury's car park, scanning for the next available place and I speak, 'Excuse me sir, I'm sorry to say but this is a restaurant and I appreciate that you have pre booked this table but we have other...' Suddenly he stands and offers his right hand. With his other he pulls out what looks like a Dictaphone from his jacket pocket. I'm in a daze as he tells me he's from The Standard and is mightily impressed with my patience and understanding. Angry Dan makes a beeline guessing trouble only to be corrected by this amazingly sober reporter praising me and assuring us his review of Expectations will be excellent. Simon Oldfield ...read more.

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