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  • Oh, I'm, I'm so sorry to bother you, but is that the breakfast platter?

  • Yeah

  • I was actually thinking about ordering that.

  • Is it good?

  • It's actually really good!

  • Great, I'm just gonna try a little taste if you don't mind.

  • Sure.

  • Yeah, that is good.

  • Yeah, I think I might order that.

  • Let me actually see what else first.

  • Ooh!

  • That looks really good too!

  • You don't mind if I have a little piece do you?

  • You're out for a bite to eat when you see a stranger at another table who cannot decide what to order.

  • And she wants to use your food to help her choose.

  • Do you let her have a little bite, or do you chew her out and tell her, "hands off!".

  • What Would You Do?

  • No... sorry, that's a little weird.

  • What's wrong? Didn't your mom ever teach you how to share?

  • It's breakfast time at the Silver Skillet, an Atlanta institution for more than 50 years.

  • The restaurant prides itself on its good food and good service.

  • But will this morning's customers be good sports when Elizabeth tries to sample their food?

  • Do you mind if I try some? Before I order mine?

  • At first, Elizabeth's requests seem to order up some confusion.

  • -You got Cheesy Grits Before? -Yes.

  • I haven't had cheesy grits before, believe it or not.

  • -I recommend it. -Okay.

  • Cheese grits are great.

  • Maybe I can have a little taste when yours gets here.

  • This father and son look away uncomfortably.

  • So I know if I like it before I order it.

  • But when their food arrives...

  • Ooh yes! That looks really good!

  • They have no problem offering her a taste.

  • -Oh, thank you so much! -They share a bite.

  • But what'll happen when Elizabeth moves right in to their booth?

  • I can't believe I've never had cheesy grits before.

  • Miss, can I have a plate?

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah, you gotta try some of this pork chop.

  • Ahh, thank you.

  • -I've actually... -Just a little bit, just a little bit. Thank you so much!

  • She makes herself a member of the family.

  • And you got an omelet?

  • Yeah

  • Can i have a bite?

  • Ooh, these biscuits are nice and hot.

  • Without asking, she even dips her biscuit into his grits.

  • Thank you.

  • You've gotta try it with gravy too.

  • Right? I mean...

  • You guys are the sweetest, thank you so much.

  • No problem.

  • Why did they let her crash their party?

  • Cause we're good people.

  • Food is essential, food is love, and she seemed like a nice person.

  • But you were so giving to her.

  • I have nieces and nephews, probably her age, and I'm sitting here thinking, "Oh, maybe she doesn't have the money to order, so, why not?".

  • I just know that if a friend of mine needed some food and wanted to try it I would let them try it for sure.

  • Even if she double dipped into your sauce?

  • Listen, I'm a serial double dipper, I don't even mind.

  • And they're not the only food-friendly folks in Atlanta.

Oh, I'm, I'm so sorry to bother you, but is that the breakfast platter?

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