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When eating out with family and friends, my biggest pet peeve is...
when they try to order for me.
3%
when they order the triple fudge cake and eat it under my nose.
0%
when they order the triple fudge cake and won't stop offering to share it.
4%
waiters that won't make substitutions.
12%
restaurants that constantly refill the bread and chip basket.
2%
a lack of low-carb menu options.
45%
all of the above.
31%
Total votes are 1003
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by Brenda Bell
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