Imagine it’s a Friday night and you decide to try out a fancy-looking new restaurant in town. You pull up to the front and are greeted by a white-gloved valet and a maître d’ who addresses you by name. The maître ushers you inside and seats you at a white-table-clothed, candle-lit table, complete with gleaming cutlery and crystal glassware. You take in the elegant surroundings while your stomach rumbles at the promise of a decadent meal to come.
But when you ask your server for a menu, you get a puzzling response—
“We’re actually what’s known as a “food agnostic” restaurant, which means you can eat whatever you want.”
“Really? That’s incredible! Well, in that case, I’ll have a sirloin with a side of garlic mashed potatoes and some steamed broccoli.”
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