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Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge: 2015 Week 32 – Crayons in a restaurant?

In response to Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge: 2015 Week 32.

Why are there crayons in a restaurant? The crayons are obviously for customers to draw and colour because there is a piece of paper provided to every customer. Some of the drawings are being displayed on the walls. Still, I could not help wondering why there are crayons in the restaurant.

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The crayons and paper could be the owner’s way of keeping customer entertained while waiting for the food. I do not know and perhaps will never know.

Have you come across restaurants that provide crayons and drawing paper before?

Click the banner below to learn about Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge and participate.

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Enjoy!

[Photo: Taken at a restaurant that I stumbled upon in Bangkok, Thailand, 2012.]

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