This is actually a story that happened almost two months ago. A few of my work colleague decided they were going to have a ladies' night out. Being the optimist, I asked if I could join then. They said only if I wore a dress.
I think I do alright as a lady. Some of my new work colleagues hadn't known me longer than a few months before I gave them this fright.
The waiter was very nice and he speaks English very well. He even set out sushi on fire for us. Here is a Halloween-designed sushi we tried out.
Despite his wonderful attitude, I feel I made our waiter uncomfortable with our staged "date".
He did let us play with his wheel, however. We didn't get to play the game where one spins for a prize, discount or free plate of sushi, but we did get to spin it.
After our delightful meal we decided to go out for a drink. My friend and colleague drove whilst I rode sidesaddle and waved like the queen at passing strangers. Most found it highly amusing, though I do recall getting a scowl from a group of Taiwanese guys who I can only describe in the 1970's term "tough guys". I'm guessing they assumed my silliness was lowering the tone of the whole street and their tough look with it.