. . . Hasn't been touched yet in this forum and I wonder if it's worth to expand.
Following yet another InterNations Sunday Brunch Lovers event at a Chinese Restaurant in Frankfurt today with a . . .
#1 - Low registrants rate before . . . #2 - High no-show rate during . . . #3 - On a sunny Sunday sitting in an atrium inside #4 - More of a lunch than being a brunch
. . . I've noticed a HIGH connection rate amongst the attendees in my InterNations wire . . . AFTER . . .
I pondered a little bit and came to the conclusion that despite the circumstances . . . sitting on BIG round tables with the rotary plate in the middle . . . it was a VERY communicative setting/sitting.
Or is it the . . . less is more . . . rule ?
So anyone could come up with a more scientific approach to proof my gut feelings right, say Vastu or Feng Shui ?
What dining tables do you prefer, round, square, oval ? What tables would/do support world peace and diplomacy and why ?
Is this topic worth to expand ? Have your say . . .
No ? Please drop a comment including . . . delete it. A why might help as well. Yes ? Please include . . . keep it . . . in your comment.
@ QAT - Feel free to 'kill' this thread when 'delete' outnumbers 'keep' by 5 votes. Thanks.