What can YOU say in six sentences?
All I said to Derrick was, "She's had a bad day so, if you could just make her smile."
At that, the waiter got down on one knee, took my pregnant daughter's hand and said, "So tell me, baby-daddy trouble?"
After showing us pictures of his niece and answering questions about his recent move from Navy to college, he turned back to my daughter, suddenly placed a hand firmly on her forehead and bellowed, "Be gone, ye demons!!"
Soon there were other waiters involved, a parade of food plates with cursive messages written in dessert sauces, an "I'm so sorry" in strawberry, "that you feel sad" in chocolate, "please smile again" in caramel.
He proposed to her, kissed her small pale hand, had her in tears from staccato one-liners delivered with a flawless British accent.
At the end of the meal this young Robin Williams clone paired up with a disoriented dishwasher to sing You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', sang his heart out on bended knee, while not a fork in the room was lifted.