“Ask not what your country can do for you,” President John F. Kennedy advised Americans in his January 1961 Inaugural address, “ask what you can do for your country.”
In a future era, the grandson of a former First Lady, Jacqueline Onassis, wonders why dining at restaurants has become so tiring. His apparent attitude can be summed up as, “Don’t ask me what I want, don’t make me wait, and don’t expect me to read a menu.”
As famously noted by Bob Dylan in a song, the times are changing.
This grandson, Jack Schlossberg, who happens to be the grandson of a former president, shared his thoughts on Instagram, leaving some social media users entertained by his peculiar complaints while others questioned his perspective.
In his unexpected outburst, Schlossberg criticized traditional restaurant practices and raised doubts about the necessity of reading menus. He also expressed frustration with limited food choices and the uncertainty surrounding how a dish might taste.
“Must we read to order our food?” inquired the Harvard and Yale graduate.
Schlossberg’s grievances extended to the length of time it takes to dine at a restaurant and the obligatory interaction with waitstaff. These remarks sparked discussions about the experience of dining out.
“While my true passion in life is indulging in long restaurant dinners, I respect this gentleman’s right to dine as he pleases,” stated digital reporter Russell Falcon.
“I actually agree with him,” commented Laura Bird, an editor at the Wall Street Journal, on Twitter.
Despite his Ivy League education and career as an attorney, Schlossberg is also known for his striking resemblance to his late uncle, JFK Jr. This recent outburst has further intrigued the public’s fascination with him.
The video has gained a life of its own on the internet, becoming a viral sensation that has sparked lighthearted discussions and diverted attention from more polarizing topics of the day.
However, amidst the humor and memes, some users criticized Schlossberg’s viewpoint, highlighting his family’s wealth and privilege and questioning his perspective on a common experience like dining out.
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This unexpected incident has intensified public interest in the Kennedy family and their legacy, with Schlossberg’s unique social commentary adding a new dimension to their public image.