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Entertaining & Etiquette

ketchup bottle etiquette

craig | Aug 12, 200112:56 PM     8

Does this bother anyone else? You're at a restaurant, and some slob takes a used knife and pokes it down a bottle of ketchup, as if no one else has to use the bottle next. Also, I'm not a fan of restaurants refilling those bottles of Heinz (which even say on the bottle that they're not supposed to be refilled). I've become so grossed out by this that I've stopped using ketchup in restaurants unless it comes in squeeze bottles, packets or some type of pump (like they have at Wendy's), and last week I actually bought some packets to keep in my car (I'll eat at only BYOK restaurants from now on!). Not that I'm a nut ...

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