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Him feeding you is the most Italian thing about this clip
That is definitely normal 👍
@Catia Tomasit’s rude but it ain’t racism hahah nob ed
Italian waiters really are a different breed. Mine loaded us all up with pasta then proceeded to sing an opera while his co-waiter just randomly whipped out a piano and started playing. Shit was W I L D.
Most waiters in Italy don't do those things.
@art3mide I know, it was definitely odd. It was in Venice
I think you already know, but I must say, it sounds like a fever dream, but because it’s Italy I actually believe you
How does one whip out a piano do you know how big those things are
MAN I WANNA SEE THAT
i love how he said "no!". Hes a proud Italian
Or he hates china 😂 one or the other. But italy wouldnt have spices without china
What? No I just think he respects his own culture and would expect someone else to respect that culture. It's nothing about what they look like
Are you serious? 😤😤😤😤
@Justin Mayhew "not what they look like" as if the guy didn't just assume the other guy was "chinese" also what "culture" cause from history. Italians though tomatos were poisonous until recently.
That “no” was the most Italian thing I’ve ever heard 😂😂
"No" is not a word I want to hear from a server, and if he even tried this feeding he would take the rest of the pasta back in his mouth and ask for a new plate of it
@Brian Garonya he definitely wasnt gonna feed me
@Brian Garonthis right here... couldnt have said it better
Bro lucky the Mafia didn't pull up
"you are not in china" 💀💀💀💀bruh stop beefing guys
chopsticks originaated in China. Hate to break it to you.
@Bunji Jumper I just don't think that guy is chinese. I think he's like korean or japanese and sounds and looks like he's lived a lot of his life in california.
@vanessa michaelsdoesn’t matter where he’s from, because the Italian man was referring to the chopsticks, not the race of the guy.
@That1guystudiosnah this is ignorance just like I’m USA when people say all Asians look the same
@Aeriya ValkyrjaBruuuh how can the man know? he should ask first? Japanese Chinese Korean look alike at some point. Stop making everything like its A big problemIm asian myself
Bro woke up and chose violence with the "you're in Italy, you're not in China"
not really, italians are less sensitive about that kinda stuff.
It’s not a canceling thing…it’s just Italy. He means no harm…other countries do the same thing wanting you to embrace where you’re visiting while there
“ you are in italy, you are not in china “ dude violated him 💀💀
Pasta from China tho, brought by Marcopolo, even Pizza from ScalionPancake ✌️ btw he's Korean
Dude did not even stop when steam coming off of wtf i dont want to visit
it would end in an arrest or violence. don't touch my plate.
I just love he said "no" in the most monotone voice twice pointing at him like he's a dog 🤣🤣🤣
My fellow Americans, I promise he was not being rude. If anything, he was very caring and probably thought the gentleman didn’t know how to use a fork. 😅I know that, in American standards, he seems rude and racist, but that’s because we are more sensitive than a lot of other cultures.If you wanna travel, you must be ready to experience people the way they are and keep an open mind about what’s rude or not.
Lmao except is grade A snobbery and is the opposite of inclusive. It’s by definition xenophobic. Who’s being victimized by him eating it with chop sticks?
@elcso many buzz words so little understanding. Il give you mine:TraditionCultureNationalityRespects that and then come back to ask respect for your values.Before you'll mix Italians with mud, I'll tell you I'm polish.
@elcexactly. And even aside from the racist/xenophobic angle, it’s just rude to tell someone how to eat, or interrupt a stranger when eating (or really in general if there’s no good reason for it) in general. Like mind your own business. It’s not your food so get the fuck over it.
“You are in Italy, you are not in China” “Dude…I’m from Detroit”
Do they use chopsticks in Detroit to eat pasta?
Karate kid reference 😏?
And he's korean not Chinese😂
“ you’re in Italy, not China” UHM excuse you?!
My guy he was referring to the chopsticks, which originated in china. If you can’t handle the culture, don’t go to the country. If the man eating the noodles didn’t want to use a fork to eat pasta or his food being touched, (which are both very normal things in Italy) then he shouldn’t have gone to Italy.
New fear unlocked: being force fed by an Italian
sounds about right, they take food very seriously there
That's why I was fat as a child, being italian truly is all about food 😂
We do this to children to teach them proper table manners 🤣
Fear? Oh please 🤣. Get out more!
Couldn't be me. That was so damn rude and he handled it great
How’s it rude ?
How you eat food in Italy is a very big part of the food in that culture, and eating it in that was can be considered extremely disrespectful. It’s like if someone cooked you a world class meal and you just picked it up with your hand and smashed it into your mouth, getting half the food down your face. It’s disrespectful to the culture of the man who made the dish.
@That1guystudios THANK YOU! This woman and so many other people in this comment section act like its rude; IT'S NOT RUDE. YOU GUYS ARE IDIOTS. This waiter saved the day. People are OVERLY SENSITIVE AND PATHETIC, nowadays.
When traveling to Japan I never had once an obnoxious person telling me how I should be eating stuff.
because you aren't allowed to become a citizen or own property there, and when your travel/work visa expires, the immigration police, which actually exists and is funded, will find you and throw you out the border, as such, japanese people don't need to worry as much about youi hope this helps
@normalit was meant as a compliment dude, chill 🤣
@normalyes you are, what part of Japan do you live in and where did you get this information?
@Ian Farris I could just say "Google," but: There are tens, if not hundreds of vloggers here on CZcams who actually live, or have lived in Japan. Most return home after around a decade. They all say the same thing in the end. It's the same for China, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, etc. Most Asian countries. Most countries on Earth that aren't part of the EU or North America, actually.
as an Italian I can’t wait to be chopstick-fed by an asian waiter
I dont think they would do that, but they would be surprise a foreigner can use chopsticks so well.
But in India they wouldn’t do that they use spoons and forks
That’s the thing i’m trying to point out to the commenter here who seem irritated lol 90% of asians won’t randomly approach you and correct you like how the italian did in the video. They simply let you do your business and if not, they will make sure to teach you in a nice way not force feed you. I might just be a little sensitive but if I were in the asian guy’s position, that would have made me feel embarrassed.
@Art u didnt get it did you
Hospitality in it's finest, simply one culture experiencing another, acknowledging it and showing their own. Bravo to all in the video for being accepting of one another.
I really can't tell if you're trolling/being sarcastic. He told chopsticks boy hey you can't do that here, this is my country my culture use a fork
@John Smith you just called him "chopstick boy" btw. 🤣🤣
I would find this experience pretty invasive and patronizing tbh :P
i'm not sure what video you watched but the server here was rude as hell
You don't mess with Italians and their traditions man. They take that as a serious offense lol. I lived with in an Italian neighborhood for almost 5 yrs, they are a very bold and traditional people. Very clean too. Loved them.
If you tell italians tomatoes arent originally italian will their heads explode? 😂
China birthed italian cuisine and traditions basically 😂
Didn’t realize a fork is a so-called tradition 😂
@that dude source?
Italy hack: Show up with chopsticks, and people will feed you.
in italy they call this "Sharing the local culture" in america if this happened the liberal Karens would call him racist and insensitive
@jhanks2012yep because how else would you keep your culture going?
Italians have a habir of feeding yih esspecially bite sized dessert type pasteries
Hahahahaha yessss!!! 😂😂😂
You're lucky that they didn't call the Pasta Police Department 😂😂😂
Italians are a treasure
I've never heard a "No" so firmly shut down a conversation.
@Saneladamn, that's so true but still.. Damn
The way he goes "Did you just-"
The waiter we all need
Italian guy: This is how you eat spaghetti.Asian guy: You stole our noodles and put tomato sauce on it called it "Spaghetti"?I still wanna use my chopstick😅
The finger gesture, the force feeding, the NO, the pasta, a very Italy moment
@Pixiebubbled 😅Yeah. His Italian uncle saved him!
Sounds very intrusive and disrespectful
@Brandon YoIt would be more disrespectful to not let the Italian man do that
Very disrespectful and condescending
Don‘t forget the racism
I know he was probably Italian but that was still extremely rude. Kudos to the guy for being so chill about it.
“you are not in china” bro is speaking facts 😭😭
But.. the man is Korean and more than half the world uses chopsticks, not just China. A bit of an asshole thing to say. Also, who cares? The man grew up using chopsticks and I'm sure he can handle a fork, but I'm not sure anyone would insist someone use chopsticks in Korea (or "cHiNA!") instead of a fork if they are just happily enjoying their meal in a restaurant.
He is now family. He won't go away. He will always be there
??? By force?
Lol bro almost said daddy 🥺 when he was being fed
is that a threat?
@mane ionoLmaoo 😂😂😂😂
Lock your doors
Imagine this guy said the same to a black American "we are in Italy, not in Nigeria." Casual racism at its finest.
He was referring to the chopsticks which originated in china, he didn’t care what race the man eating was.
I’m American. Don’t care if I’m in another country, you touch my food after I have paid for it and it’s in front of me, your gettin told to fuck off and potentially throwing hands depending how much further they want to go😂
For that reason in Italy the bill is paid at the end of the meal. While you are eating, the food is still ours😂
@Chiara Ruocco come to America while I force feed you cheeseburgers and a beer bong while singing Johnny cash to you. Lmk if your interested? I can set this up. Before or after the bill😂either way🤦🏻♂️😂
“You are in Italy , not china””……”sir , I’m Korean” 😂
Sounds like a Bobby Lee podcast 😂😂😂
Definitely a racist statement. He wouldn’t of told me that. He knows where he is here he is putting money into the Italian economy, and patronizing his restaurant, yet he’s going to be harassed because he chooses to eat food the way his ancestors have eaten food for centuries. You can’t sell somebody food and then tell them how to eat…. I feel some kind of way
@Hockey Girlthe world before his joke: 🌍 the world after: 🌍
@Hockey Girl or the more reasonable explanation is that he confused the English word for Asia with China or just assumed he was Chinese because most Asians tourists that visit Italy are from the PRC. Not everything is racist or connected to racism.
@TA Soma yep, you’re right, nobody cares.
He was 1 step away before being the most disturbing criminal in Italy
In Italy they take it seriously and it's normal for someone to do this or look at you badly. In Italy it's as if it were a tradition to judge those who don't eat food seriously, especially pizza.
That waiter was offended.
😂 yeah with Chinese lol not Asia 😅
I am to use a fork
LOL no he wasn'tThe waiter just felt bad for the guyNobody use's chopsticks at an Italian Restaurant, unless their psycho or foreign.
“You’re not in China” bro doesn’t even know if he’s Chinese
So adorable, him being fed! 😍😍😍
Shit wasn’t adorable tbf it was awkward weird as hell too
Bro just got hand fed by a random Italian
Living the dream
I wish it was me 😖😨
Even a random italian dude can teach something when it comes to food.
“You are in Italy NOT in China” man’s was violated 😂 and that first ✨NO☝🏽✨ was the most italian thing I’ve ever heard as a pure blood Dago ☠️
I think the waiters in Italy are just like that. They know you aren’t from there so they want to give you an authentic experience. I saw a video where a woman wanted a certain drink with her pasta but that’s not traditional so the waiter intentionally waited for her to finish the pasta then to give her the drink. I really think he just wanted you to do it the way they do it because you went there to enjoy their stuff bc it’s unique it it’s own why. The saying is “when in Rome” which literally means when you’re in someone else’s homeland you do as they do. I don’t think he meant it in a racist way but it was an educational encounter. If you can’t learn from the culture you’re visiting then why be there.
When I was in Japan struggling to eat noodles with chopsticks one of the cooks came out and gave me a fork. Really nice of him.
Yeah, but you at least tried to eat Japanese food, in Japan, as Japanese do - because of that respect he offered you a fork out of respect for you. This guy decides he's going to pull out chopsticks to eat noodles that are far too long and saucy which means he would have had his face in his food slurping and sucking up noodles - an arrogant and unnecessary move that resulted in bad manners in a nice restaurant and possibly annoying people at the next table.
You could've asked for cutlery though 😅 coz frankly, it's unnecessary to eat spaghetti with chopstix. It might also be considered ignorant rude 🤷🏻♂️😄
@Fatima Garabandal if it's OK for a man to wear a dress and call himself Samantha then its ok for a man to eat how ever he wants.
@Rafael AKA Yuco It's not okay.
Would have been better if he showed you how to use chopsticks.
This is one handsome lad.
Bravo to you for handling this situation better than I would have. You were so kind. (I might have caused a scene)And let’s all give a huge shout out to the racist waiter who assumed that you are Chinese and for violating your personal space 😒😒😒
The Italian going "Mmmm" as he feeds it to him is the funniest part.
I think it was the Asian who said "mmmm".
@Crystal Borneyeah honestly it does sound like he did it but I’m just gonna imagine it was the Italian guy for comedic purposes and to make me chuckle
the Italian didn't say "mmm"...
Every time i see someone breaking the pasta law i get an urge to fight
The way my guy said ‘NO. NO’ 💀💀💀💀
The assertive NO is the most hilarious thing 😂😂
NO…. NO! 🤌
Lmao I know!!!😂
Funny asf 😂
Exactly, with the finger pointing lol
Haha i love Italians 😂❤❤
He was using a utensil made for eating food. Get over it. Its not disrespectful, and your comparison makes no sense. I swear, people who get this upset over how SOMEONE ELSE chooses to enjoy their food will forever baffle me.
@Those GMV Guys I wouldn’t go to your house and piss in your sink because I piss in my sink at my own house and it doesn’t matter what pipes it takes because it all winds up in the same place
The waiter even fed him, like that's some good customer service-
If you happen to have an extra cromossome
@End Olivesway over your head bud
Yes they go the extra mile in Italy and other parts of the world! I watched a vid of a restaurant in Turkey and the chef or server came out and cut open the man's bread bowl or whatever it was and then fed him the first bite and I would love to get to experience that!
@Ch1cken Phat ?
@Kristin Landers Why would you want someone to feed you your food tho. Thats like something you should be ashamed since youre not a toddler and a grown adult. Generally the concept of being told how to eat your own food that youre probably paying top dollar for is very intrusive and annoying. I dont mind a chef displaying how he thinks the food is best eaten. But to go that far as to direcly feed the client i think its just disgusting, intrusive and weird. I wouldnt like that to be done to me, my girlfriend, my mother or anyone whatsoever LOL. Perhaps if it happened to a friend it would be funny, but thats as far as it goes.
as an italian, I can confirm that the guy was 101% right
Thank you man, finally someone understands traditions
So true. I don’t drink and when we were in Italy I still ordered a glass of wine with every meal. Don’t need that kinda heat while on vacation.
You’re pushing it. No one is going to force a drink on you in Italy.
i would get pressed if a server told me how to eat. sorry sir are YOU paying for it? no? then mind your business
@jess s I think they would argue you are in their country so best respect their traditions
@J PRespect is also a noteworthy thing to keep in mind, and the italian person was anything but respectful
He basically said “don’t piss me off” as nice as an Italian could
Italian for “let me help you learn our customs by force so you don’t embarrass yourself.” It’s all in good faith. Aggressive friendliness is tradition in that whole region.
@Rio Reason I guess the whole "when in Rome" thing applies quite literally here haha
So when you are in China and in some restaurant if they ask you only to use CHOPSTICK then what would be the reaction of a person from the WEST?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok, but imagine going up to a tourist eating East Asian food with a fork or spoon and the waiter comes and says ‘No, you are in (country name). You must use chopsticks’. Or in parts of South Asia ‘no, you must use your hands’.
Omg this is why I love Italy. They are an awesome country
Meanwhile, Italians here in Japan are asking for fork.
Tell them no. 😂
“No. No. You are in Japan, you are not in Italy.”
Well who tf eats with sticks. Thats why they give the option to use a fork because even you guys know its stupid 😂
@iCazZiStronZiSticks are actually so multifunctioning and SO COOL💥💥💯
It's actually true, never try to eat Italian pasta with chopsticks, or I think they would probably kick you out if you do this 😂
the co worker literally had to teach you how to eat pasta 😂
Italians take their food, more serious than anybody else that I’ve ever seen
They do. They are just butthurt people. Speaking from experience.
@Chengs Houseyour “speaking from experience” probably means you went to an italian restaurant once
Honestly I don’t think this is about the food but more of a “you’re Asian” so I’m going to force you to my ways.
@Cowflick No, my ex was Italian. I was in Italy and you can find enough videos of Italians in the comment sections being butthurt because someone made his own twist of Carbonara.
@Nicy577 Yours is called prejudice.
From a person who is obsessed with spaghetti, I am not eating that small ass piece💀💀
Because in Italy food is a love language and your chop sticks can't fill your mouth as much as a fork! The bite he gave was a compliment to the chef.❤
Bro really said “your not in china”💀
He’s Korean tho
Yes, because it's a cultural offense and disrespect to eat spaghetti with anything but a fork. That's how Italians are period. Don't like it? Too bad, it's not your dish to whine over, it's their dish. They are infamous for it. They decide how you do their things in their country. You don't have to visit or eat their food. :D
it wasn't a comment with malicious intent... it's difficult for older Italians to recognize the various Asian populations, so if they see someone with "typical" Asian features they immediately think of China... among the younger ones it's possible that there are more sensitivity but it still remains difficult to recognize between one country and another...(google translate)
@ครtгเԃ 𝔇гєкคԃ๏́ttเг, 𝒯𝒽𝑒 𝐿𝒶𝓈𝓉 𝒟𝓇𝒶𝑔𝑜𝓃That sounds totally toxic. Its my food, I paid for it and its going into my stomach. If someone tells me how to eat my food then I’ll tell them how to piss off.
“you’re not in china” is wilddd 😭😭😭
Bro was so mad he got a fork and showed u how to eat pasta and said “ this isn’t china”
Tha passive aggressive "No" got me 😭
I dont think you understand what passive aggressive means
“Aggressive” learn to smile mate…..
That Rotten cheese Italian got on my nerves when he fed him using his dirty fork and and called the Asian guy racistly 😢
He was not racist...he was boor thinking to be funny. If he was racist he would never get so close to him. He doesn't know how important is to be polite, how asian people are private. I think he loves to be friendly with costomers...but he doesn't know people are different.
@yappycakes get over it, ya crybaby He literally taught him how to eat pasta with a fork
It’s a cultural thing. You don’t want Americans going to China and using their chopsticks and digging through the center food or taping on the table. Don’t be disrespectful when you go to Italy 🤷♂️. Italians speak their mind, so don’t fuck up.
This is correct, and people need to stop being so sensitive about things. It’s their culture, so deal with it.
Honestly he has every right to correct you. If ur going to another country and u use ur way to eat the same way u ate in ur country, it's kinda disrespectful to the other countries. Most of them don't care, like eat the way u want, but Italians do care, and they will correct u
“you are in italy not in china” VIOLATEEEDDD💀💀
He is korean
@Leachopsticks originate in China tho
@Lea yeah i know i just repeated what the waiter said lol
@who askedno just chopsticks. Chinese invented noodles itself. Archeologist has found the oldest noodle relics in China dating back 4000 years ago. Some say it was the Macro Polo who brought noodles via silk road to Italy which later became nowdays Pasta😅
You have to be respectful of the cultures and practices of the country and the people who live there. This respectful waiter is merely correcting a mistake that could be taken as offensive. Many Italians would have not been so nice.👍🏻🙂🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
This is entirely correct. He didn’t get mad at him and ask him to leave the restaurant, he just created a learning experience out of it and taught the man about his culture, which was absolutely the right thing to do.
I love how Italians love and demand respect for their culture especially at home!
“No” “you are not in China”💀
della serie "animale" 😂
fr the nigga said china💀😂
praise this man for teaching this toddler to use a fork
Italians are straight forward when it comes to pasta and i love it
@Miro same can be said about your opinion WHO CARES.
I think it's racist
@Thomas Rollhe was eating them with chopsticks ofc he will teach him basic etiquette of pasta
The Italians are passionate about their food
Italian waiter: We are Roma, we are proud, we are macho, we are romantic, we are Italians.They gave civilization to whole Europe like paved roads, sewers, baths, Latin , an formed army, even politics! So the proud behaviour speaks for the Italian Waiter when he says use a fork for your pasta.
That’s now your Italian uncle. You’ll never get rid of him
Yup he might as well move on in
He'll appear randomly throughout his trip to correct his method of eating while in italy.
I don’t know much about Italy, but isn’t it way more cultured then the states?
@Coufé Corp god help this kid if he doesn’t fold his slices
"No'" was to funny omg im cackling
I once added cheese onto my plate of seafood pasta. God, the waiter shouted “MA NOOO!” Covering his face, while attending another table 😂
“I’m gonna eat it with th-““No☝️”
NO NO NO got it? NO
understandable, have a nice day😭
Ironically Italians got the recipe for spaghetti from the Chinese
You know, people talking about “my plate my prerogative, I don’t have to respect your culture” probably don’t know that If you don’t wish to “respect” the culture then the culture has no obligation to respect you, you’ll find yourself quickly barred from many establishments and refused service from many who consider your actions impolite and or disrespectful. Just letting you know that some people take respect that seriously.
And yet the Italian was incredibly disrespectful when he said "you're in Italy, not China", to a Korean man. Even if he was Chinese, that's just disrespectful to say. So if we want to get panties in a wad over "rEsPeCt" then it really should go both ways.
@Tammy chopsticks came from china, which is what he was referring to smart guy, and if you’re going to go to a country, you should be able to deal with their culture. If you can’t, then don’t go. You shouldn’t put a stain on the cultural experience for everybody else and the people who live there just because YoUr CuLtUrE mAtTeRs AnD yOu wOnT bE pUt DoWn bY tHeSe RaCiStS. Grow up, and learn something new about somewhere else in the world
That Italian gentleman can sleep well knowing he saved that pasta from cultural exchange with chop sticks.
Sooo funny 😆
Cultural exchange? More like insult of tradition
@alfrchamore like Italians literally got the idea of noodles from Asia via exploration and the Silk Road.
@London WoodsThat's extremely unlikely to be true. Basically a rumour that people assume to be true with zero evidence.
That pasta looks so damn good though 🤤
Dude just treated you like family. You are now Italian.
Force-raced Yay Edit: Man I’m joking not mad heh sorry if it came out that way
@Supyae Zaw Daydon’t cry sweetheart
@Supyae Zaw Day Wah! Wah! Waaaahhhhh!!!
@Supyae Zaw Daycrybaby’s gonna cry
Italian waiters will correct you, judge you, talk down to you, and even belittle you while still making you feel welcome and comfortable.
Carlo be quakin if he saw this
Next time you meet an Italian in Korea tell him … you’re in Korea and not in Britain 😂
@Xu Xinno he meant not in Britain, just like he said China instead of Korea..its rlly not that hard
@Xu XinMissed the point. And the joke.
@Karen biscochitoyou also missed the joke
@Xu Xinwhere you from? I'm from Japan. Oh, man I love China!
You’re not in china got me😂💀
Okay but eating spaghetti with a white tee on is CRAZY to me ☠️
“ you are not in China “😭😭😭💀
Someone else heard it 💀
Actually chop sticks is originally Chinese tradition. I don't think the man knows what ethic he is. So he just assumed because he was using chopsticks.
He never said he was Chinese he just said we are not in China meaning he probably meant don't eat how they eat culturally in china since he's eating Italian food
This definitely was not funny and the waiter should’ve mind his own business!
Lol but I think he's actually Korean? I could be wrong... the waiter is adorable though. That Italian hospitality. ❤
The fact that you are Korean and not Chinese.
Imagine dining in East Asia and the waiter comes up to you and do the same thing lol.
😂😂 feeding with bare hands than the comment section be like eww! And no one's gonna talk about the used fork he used. 🤮🤢
This happened to me in Korea. The waiter wad like "you holding the chopsticks wrong" and started teaching me mid dinner how to use them properlly
thay have done it,thay find it very rude if you use fork instead of chopsticks, sooooo.....just saying when in Vegas do Vegas 😅
Asians dgaf of what you do.
Not really I work in a restaurant in korea we normally have forks when we see foreigners/ when you ask (we really don’t care) I also worked in a japanese restaurant too same thing
Italians have a lot of passion when it comes to their pastas on how it’s made and how it’s presented to how it’s being eaten! Real talk lol
Not to mention, there is one big difference between eating noodles with a fork and eating it with chopsticks: the slurping.
Western liberal democracy: you’re free to make your own choices in life!Italian waiters: nõ
Come to Malaysia and try slapping a local for eating noodles with the spoon, you'll get instant payback by the community!
@Farhan MaleqYeah but this is not in Malaysia, is it? The waiter didn’t go to his country hahaha
“You are not in china”“Dude I’m Korean…”
you got small eyes, you're from china, period.
@Al Ash ...racist?
@Not a SpeckTrust me you’d consider everyone that lives outside your country racist.
@Adam Aranetadid u not read what they said bro it was like the obvious racism
"Oh, you're Korean? Then 'Hurry up and buy.'" 😂
The waiter sounds like he's a father I swear
Italians take their food and culture more serious than anyone
Them and the French lol
I think it’s important and a positive thing
@Andrea Capolinidefinitely not lmao. When your entire identity is based in utter selfish pride its very shameful.
If he was an American, everyone would be violating him in the comments.
“You are in Italy…not China.” 💀✋ Europeans are something else man😂-
As an Italian. He means well. The approach deserves work.
maybe next time a clean fork and not shove it in his face
@Aznlongtuit's Italy. Their societies standards are different.