He said something like, "I don't want to get offend anyone, but in my experience, women tend to get very cranky when they are hungry. I think that's why we need a food break."
The lady to his left, who was probably late 50's or perhaps a bit older said that wasn't the case with her at all. She has no problem going long periods of time without food. Her husband is always asking if she wants to eat, and she says no.
The guy says, "Well, maybe I've been dating the wrong women. Do you have a daughter?"
The woman says, "Yes, I do. She just turned 27 and is single. And she just moved to Las Vegas. She's an attorney. But.....she's a bitch."
We all cracked up, and I said, "Her mother folks....her mother!" (That's actually a reference to a line in the Woody Allen movie, Love & Death).
The guy said maybe he wasn't interested after all.
Then she added, "Also, she's turned two guys gay."
The guy said, "Well, then I definitely don't want to meet her."
The woman said, "Well, they said they were gay all along, but I don't know."
We were all giggling about the mother's wonderful description of her very own daughter! Finally, she meekly said, "No, actually, she's really very nice. It's just.....well......"
She never finished the sentence, I'm not sure if she was stopped because she had to start paying attention to the game or because she really didn't know how to finish it.
About a 1/2 hour later, another woman joined our table sitting right next to the lady with the bitch attorney for a daughter. The two ladies were chatting and when the first lady mentioned that her daughter was an attorney, the guy next to me and I once again started giggling, leaving the new woman at the table wondering what was so funny. The mom alluded to a comment she made earlier without explaining it. The other guy and I were too gentlemanly to repeat her comment.
I am left wondering if the daughter knows her dear old mom thinks she's a bitch!