Many years ago, I went to my grandfather's house for Thanksgiving. For the past few years, we have been having it at one of my uncles' or aunts' houses. This year was a little different and I remember it best, so I will expound on it most; I went to a Chinese restaurant, and we were overcharged on top of the food being already ridiculously expensive (no one felt full when we left, averaged $28 per person).There was a mandatory service charge (illegal, only mandatory for 8 people; we had 6) and the service charge taxed. Waiter tried to explain and it didn't make any sense. We didn't eat any of the traditional Thanksgiving foods, instead eating chicken, melon soup, fried rice with tiny shrimp in it [had a really strange texture], a small nasty-smelling fish costing $30, and more.
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