Seinlanguage - Chapter 7, Out and Back Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Out and Back Summary and Analysis

Dining Out. Seinfeld thinks it is odd that the check comes at the end of the meal when a person is no longer hungry and no longer feels carefree about the amount of money he is spending. Seinfeld remarks on how everyone wants to know what everyone else eats. Seinfeld admits that he will eat anything put in front of him, including leftover food on a room service tray in a hotel. Hunger makes people do weird things and even leads to cannibalism. Seinfeld also thinks that eating lobster is cruel and unusual, especially in a restaurant where a customer can chose his lobster from a lobster tank. Seinfeld also feels like a failure when he has to get a doggy bag at a restaurant, as though he has failed to do something.

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