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Restaurant Names Kids’ Menu Item ‘I Don’t Care’

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The “I’m not hungry” is a basket of chicken tenders


A Maryland restaurant is taking a “parent friendly” approach to the kids’ menu, the Daily Mail reports. Fager’s Island, a steak and seafood restaurant in Ocean City, has named its kids menu items after childish complaints. Instead of ordering, say, a grilled cheese, parents are encouraged to order based on their child’s response to the question “What do you want to eat?”

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A photo of the “Kid Friendlies” section of the menu appeared on Reddit over the weekend.

The kids' menu EVERY parent can relate to: Restaurant translates whiny children's complaints into dishes (so if they’re 'not hungry', it means they want the chicken) [Daily Mail]
This menu designer understands kids [Reddit]

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