Lunchport, Tennessee - Beatrice Feeblestone, a fulltime waitress with nearly five year's of experience at most of this small town's area diners, loves working at her current establishment because of the great variety of food they prepare.
"Like on Monday it features Italian, some nights the special is Chinese and some night's it's beans and cornbread or homemade chili."
Unfortunately on Friday nights she feels very uncomfortable recommending the special, Tacos and Burritos dish to Hispanic customers.
"I saw on the news that a talk show host got fired for using the wrong language and I don't want to get fired or embarrass anybody," stated Beatrice.
"But if one customer complains to my manager that I'm a racist, I'm as good as out the door on my ass."
"It's always tricky when Hispanics come here on Taco Night. I just know they're thinking, "Does she think all we eat is tacos and burritos?"
"I will you tell what I tell all of the people of all the races, religions, creeds, sexes, kooks, crazies and colors that come here; that I personally think the Tacos we serve taste wonderful, but make no comments that you will like it more than a customer of another race, religion, sex, creed, kooks, crazies or colors," is always her fellow waitress, Hilda Carbohydrate's, answer.
Still, Beatrice can't usually control that little giggle before announcing the night's special is tacos.