Saturday, July 11, 2009
Went to Via restaurant in Worcester tonight with parents and kids. We had a nice night, food was all good etc. But we were right next to the "open-style" kitchen so it was extremely noisy. And as noisy as it was from the burners, and the "yes Chef"'s, and the general chatter and clatter, it still amazed me that a group of more "seasoned" women at a nearly table managed to laugh so loud that most diners had to turn round to take a peek. Now its not that I mind laughter, its a lot better than someone else's baby crying at the next table for example. But I did wonder why is it that some women, the older they get, the louder and more course their laughter gets, and the more they feel the need to open their mouth as wide as possible while doing it?