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by The Next Family June 07, 2010

By: Brandy Black

Susan, Sophia and I went out to lunch at a little Thai food place in Beachwood Canyon.  We were among only one other table of people in the restaurant, which was a relief with a two year-old.  Sophia looks over at the table across the restaurant and says “Hi!” and they didn’t reply back  -preoccupied with conversation, so she says a little louder “Hello!” Again, no response.  She then, in a much louder voice, says “Salutations!”

The hipster LA crowd finally looked over, smiled, and said “Hello.” Even our 2 year-old has to pull out an SAT word to get attention from the Angelenos.

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