I know the poor, inexperienced hostesses are unaware of the headache they cause as I helplessly watch them fling a group into my section that the entire restaurant staff will instantly stereotype despite years of being trained not to "judge a book by its cover."
"Daaamn that sucks," a busboy will sympathize.
"Not a much as our tip-share will," bemoans the rest of the staff.
"Does this look real?" I'll ask the nearest waitress, trying my best to replicate a smile, which is unfortunately, "the most important part of the uniform."
"Almost." They'll reply.