A coworker had a party for her daughter’s 5th birthday. She invited the entire preschool class and all of her coworkers with kids. Most of the coworkers who attended had children 3 and younger. The party was from 11-2 at a park. She had one tray of chicken nuggets, individual bags of chips, bottled water and juice boxes. The problem is she didn’t even have enough food for half the people there. When she started serving lunch she told a couple of the moms the food was only for the kids, not the parents and asked them to spread the word. Even though most of the parents didn’t eat (a couple of them never got the message and fixed themselves plates) there wasn’t enough food for all the kids. When one of the moms asked her if she had more food she just said, “Don’t worry about it, they can have cake later.”
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