By NANCY KENNEDY
Ask a group of restaurant servers which is their least favorite shift to work and their number one answer will be Sunday after church.
It seems we churchgoers are a cranky bunch when we’re hungry, and that’s putting it politely.
Their consensus of us is that we’re demanding and rude. We sit in large groups and stay longer than we should, discussing the morning’s sermon (or latest church gossip), commenting on the heathens at the nearby table drinking Bloody Marys.