Tip 1: Make sure the people one table over in the restaurant have actually ordered their food. If you try to steal it and they’re still just looking at the menu, you’ll look like a jerk. I mean, you’ll look like a jerk anyhow, but you’ll look like a jerk who isn’t paying attention either. You enormous jerk.
Tip 2: Use distractions to take their attention off of their food without disrupting the entire restaurant. Setting controlled fires will result in everyone leaving the restaurant, and while that will give you the opportunity to stuff someone else’s TGI Friday’s appetizers in your pants pocket as you dart for the nearest emergency exit, everyone will see what you did and you will go to jail.
Tip 3: Under no circumstances should you tell someone you are the “food inspector” and then just stuff their entire sandwich in your mouth without chewing. Have some self-respect you food-stealing jerk.
Tip 4: Brag about this in What Are You Playing. Not because it is a good thing but because then everyone will know not to sit near you in a restaurant.
Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): I am seriously unlikely to get any time to play. It’s awards season, folks, and I’ll be working most of the weekend. However, I did get Rend installed last night, and it’s on my list to try. I just can’t get over how pretty it is and I want to dip my toes in.
Chris Neal (@wolfyseyes, blog): The votes are in and it looks like there will be some exploration to be had from the cockpit of my Avenger Titan in Star Citizen. Then there’s holiday things going down in Dauntless, MapleStory 2, and Star Trek Online that I’ll want to take a peek at. I’m also likely going to be joining the throngs of folks playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as the usual palate cleanser, though that likely won’t feature very often. It’s a two-button fighter and I still manage to be absolutely miserable at it somehow. Very frustrating.
Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): What an awful week it’s been, but I look forward to curling up with Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Granblue Fantasy (may or may not be final), and some reading and Christmas shopping.
Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): I’m working my way into the Misty Mountains on Lord of the Rings Online’s progression server. With any luck, I’ll be level 50 in a couple of weeks, so that’s something. I’m also trying to plow through Pillars of Eternity, and I may have started a new FFXIV character for the holidays.