When I went to get the salad, I also picked up a burrito for my husband, loaded with cheese and guacamole. I found it very interesting that while I never referred to either the burrito or salad as mine, the restaurant employee kept asking me what I wanted to be in "the" burrito and in "your" salad. In other words, he made the assumption that the healthy salad was for me, while the less healthy burrito was for someone else. Maybe I look like I need a salad or two? My husband suggested the employee thought the salad was mine because women are more likely to order salads in a restaurant than men. And I thought, do women order more salads than men? Is that a sexist statement? My apologies if it is, I'm just curious. Of course I've seen men eat salads, but I'm not sure any have ordered one as an entree when we've been out. Maybe women are more weight conscious so they order salads more frequently?
Does anyone know the answer to my question? Are men less likely to order a salad as their meal in a restaurant? It's not a profound query or anything, but I'm just interested. I can't wait to go back for another tasty and easy dinner. Noms!
|This salad looks super yummy!|