Waitress' 'faith in future generations' restored after meeting young customers

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Although the future remains uncertain, a waitress from Michigan says that her

Way to go, moms and dads.

Although the future remains uncertain, a waitress from Michigan says that her "faith" in today's youth has been restored after a surprisingly moving encounter with a group of young clients.

Last Friday, a woman named Nicole Marie went to Facebook to relay the happy story that happened during her shift that day at Red Dog Saloon in Milford.

Although the future remains uncertain, a waitress from Michigan says that her

Although the future remains uncertain, a waitress from Michigan says that her "faith" in today has been restored after a surprisingly touching encounter with a group of young clients.
(Nicole Marie)

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"Today my faith was restored in future generations!" He declared, explaining that he served a group of seven sixth-grade children, who were very excited to ask for wings and asked how much the total bill could be. When asked about their parents' whereabouts, the boys told the waitress that they were having dinner alone and that they had been "waiting for this for weeks."

“They were so excited and EXTREMELY polite all the time, using please and thank you and trying to make it as easy as possible for me to get your order; they even told me they would give a good tip, "Nicole Marie said." One of the boys even told his friend to hang up the phone when he was talking to them! "

"It was very moving to see how much they tried, especially when there were no parents to scold them if they were not in their best behavior," he said. "They were so good that a neighbor customer ended up collecting his account and telling him to pay!"

An image of the Red Dog Saloon in Milford, Mich.

An image of the Red Dog Saloon in Milford, Mich.
(Google Maps)

"I just wanted to give great support to the parents of these children: keep doing what they are doing!" Concluded the Red Dog Saloon employee. He also shared a picture of the children's table after the meal and noted that "adults (including myself) rarely leave the table that clean."

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Shared on January 10, the sweet publication of the waitress has received more than 18,000 likes and 7,400 shares online.

"There is hope for the future," said one commentator.

"These young people have set the standard for how everyone should behave in a restaurant," another offered.

“Greetings to the parents who raised them. The five collide with the children for listening to me, ”said a fan.

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