A couple from Spain are in America, having lunch at a popular Café. These people have a trap due to being forgeiners in a different setting.
Escuché que este café es muy popular. ( I heard this cafe is really popular.)
Si, es muy diferante que casa. ( yes, its very different than home.)
The waiter doesn't know that these people are also fluent in English and assumes they cant fully understand him. Thi shows intersection of history and biography in Sociological imagination.
D O Y O U N E E D A N Y T H I N G E L S E....?
uhh wtf ?!! I can understand English.
No gracias. (no thank you.)
The couple was offended that their waiter didn't treat them respectfully assuming they are uncultured, and left behind pesos to pay for their bill, which is making their familiar, strange to the American waiter.
Freaking foreigners left me pesos !? typical.
Ha! he thinks were so uncultured so lets leave him a little treat.