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Questions for your waiter in a restaurant

Customer: Do you serve crabs here?

Waiter: We serve anyone — please have a seat.


Customer: Do you have pig’s feet?

Waiter: Yes, sir.

Customer: Well, if you wear shoes no one will notice.


Customer: Waiter, there’s a fly in my soup!

Waiter: Don’t worry sir, the spider on the bread roll will get ’em.


Customer: Waiter, there is a dead fly swimming in my soup!

Waiter: Don’t be silly, sir, dead flies can’t swim!


Customer: Waiter, there is a fly in the butter!

Waiter: Yes sir, it’s a butterfly!


Atheist: Waiter, what’s this fly doing in my soup?

Waiter: Praying.

Atheist: Very funny. I can’t eat this. Take it back.

Waiter: You see? The fly’s prayers were answered.


Customer: Waiter! This soup isn’t fit for a pig!

Waiter (as he takes away the soup): I’m sorry, sir — I’ll bring you some that is.


Customer: Do you have frog legs?

Waiter: Yes, sir.

Customer: Then hop into the kitchen, and bring me a hamburger.

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