We've all overdone it when ordering takeout. You're just trying to meet Seamless's delivery minimum and before you know it you've ended up with $50 worth of appetizers in your cart. It's nothing to be ashamed of, but someone in Toronto recently felt the need to defend their huge takeout order to employees in the comments section.
Redditor adri164, who works at Frescos Fish and Chips in Toronto, posted this photo of a takeout order they received from the customer, who was clearly feeling a little bit self-conscious about the amount of food they ordered.
The customer's takeout order called for three orders of mozzarella sticks, plus an order of fried pickles. I must say, that is an impressive (gross?) amount of fried food.
The customer apparently worried that the employees at the restaurant would judge them for the amount of food they were ordering, because they included a note defending their three orders of mozzarella sticks in the comments section.
"Yes - I meant to order 3 mozzarella sticks. Please don't judge me," the customer wrote. "I'm having a bad week and was so excited they were back on the menu."
Hey, no judgment here, dude. Though hilarious, the customer's explanation was totally unnecessary. Let this be a lesson to all of us: Follow your heart. Order as much gooey, cheesy, fried goodness as you damn well please and don't apologize for it. Live your truth.
(If you're still worried about people judging you, please at least write a hilarious note in the comments section of your takeout order so that we may all enjoy it.)