I just came across an interesting comment in a book. Supposedly, if people are in a restaurant with somebody, they look at their food more than the other person. If they are alone, they watch people more than their food.
It seems right, and I remember doing both things, but I’m curious. Is this what you do? Is this what people around you do?
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