POV: You're at a restaurant. You settle in nicely and the server takes your order for the main course. Then the wait begins...
That scenario got me thinking. How long is too long to wait to be served? If the food is amazing does it make a lengthy wait worth it?
Personally, I believe 20 minutes is a fair wait time for a meal done to order...and of course there'll be the exceptions for specific meats and their cooking temperatures. I think once the wait hits around 30 minutes though, especially with no explanation or apology...I'll start to lose it a little bit.
Depends on what you order but I am more concerned if the speed at which one gets their food is correlated with the colour of their skin.
Black people - 1 hour
Brown people - 45 minutes
White people - 30 minutes
Elderly white people - 20 minutes
That would be when I have a problem but if I am with good company and the food is good I can accept a waiting time of up to 45 minutes before I am genuinely concerned that I have been forgotten.