On the serious side, nothing really to play around with. So, over the weekend, I went to my local Pizza shop in Staten Island. While I was deciding what to get, I saw someone's Sausage Parmigian hero coming out and man did it look good. So, I decided to break with tradition, and order a sausage parmigian hero. We grab a table and wait for our food to come out. A few minutes late the nice young girl leaves a plate in front of me with a steaming hot sandwich, and scurries back into the kitchen. I took a closer look, and realized it was definitely not sausage parm, but I wasn't sure what it was. Chicken maybe? Veal? I wasn't going to say anything, because it still looked delicious. I was just gonna dig right in and take a massive bite. But it was too hot. I'd at least wait till my friend's salad came out. As I waited, I examined it closer. I poked it with a fork. Maybe it was shrimp? I'm DEATHLY allergic to shellfish. Finally she came out to bring my buddy's salad, and I asked her what it was. And she answered "Shrimp parm". Thank goodness I didn't touch it! Without wanting to cause a scene, I calmly asked her to please take it back, because it was not what I had ordered. She said "I'm pretty sure I heard you say Shrimp." I told her, "Nope. I wouldn't do that unless I was suicidal." Then I explained that I was allergic, and....left home without my Epi-pen. She apologized and 10 minutes later, brought me a new, correct sandwich. I typically carry an Epi-pen for these sort of circumstances, because my reaction, even to slight cross contamination is very severe. My doctor had a patient with the same allergy that died from cross contamination, and insisted afterward that I get one. After dinner, which was really delicious as usual, I was leaving and the manager, hollered over to me, "Sorry Bro." To which my reply is "No problem, It happens. But I'd be careful in the future, you could've had a dead guy on your floor." To which he just shrugged. Maybe I'm overreacting a little, but I think if that were me....I'd have probably not only given me my dinner free, but probably a handful of free pizza coupons. I mean...I know a lot of people that have my allergy, but mine is severe. I really could have died. I always say mistakes happen, and its what you do to make up for it that matters. Do people even think about this stuff?