So, I am sitting at Burger King drinking a diet coke and reading. It's my way of meditation and relaxing.
I just really enjoy the staff and energy at my local Kapa'a Burger King. I believe it's the cleanest and most organized Burger King in the country. That's not why I am writing this though.
|This is an actual Whopper jr. I bought|
one month ago. The manager made
it special for me with extra tomato,
extra onion, on a double toasted bun!
Kapa'a, best Burger King in the world!
A couple from Honolulu with two young kids come up to me and have a folded over $5.00 bill in their hand and offer it to me to buy something. They see me only drinking a diet coke and dressed down... City folks are not used to us Kaua'i people.
I tell them, no I am fine and that things are very expensive on Kaua'i, spend it on your kids. After going back and forth they say, "are you sure?" Yes, but thank you, that was a very nice gesture. They leave and say, "we hope we didn't offend you." No problem, and I say Aloha.
All I can say is holy Moose turds, do I look that sad and pathetic?
You tell me? I had my friend take a photo of me 10 minutes after the incident? The photo is at the top of this blog. Well, What chu tink?(sic)
This has happened before where people bring me food when they see me riding my bike with Walmart bags draped over the handlebars with my dog in tow. They automatically think I am riding a bike because I cannot afford a car. Oy Vey.
Reasoning based on observation is not very sound.
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