"Hey Japan, do you want to join me for lunch? My treat." America asked Japan happily as they walked out of the meeting room. Then America leaned over and whispered, "I overheard England telling France he was going to force anyone who didn't go out for lunch to try his new scone recipe. I don't know about you, but I am not going to hang around for that."
Japan glanced over at England, who seemed to be pulling out a food container out of his bag, and agreed at once.
Japan, who had expected America to take him to McDonalds, was pleasantly surprised when they pulled into the parking lot of a place called Ruby Tuesdays.
Once they had been seated, Japan looked over the menu. He was pleased to see that there was a large amount of dishes to choose from. After a while, the waiter came back.
"Have you decided on what you want?" he asked.
"I'll have the All-American Cheese Burger with a side of fries please." America said politely. The waiter nodded and turned to Japan.
"And you sir?"
"I think I will have the Blackened Tilapia, with the Crab Cake, a small salad, and a bowl of your vegetable soup please." Japan said. He was surprised to see the shocked look on the waiter's face.
"Ar-are you sure sir?" He asked looking a little nervous.
"Hai." Japan said. The waiter gave Japan one more nervous glance, and then went to go put in the orders. Confused, he turned to America, who was also giving him a shocked look.
"Dude, you have no idea what you just did." America said shaking his head.
"Did I do something wrong?" Japan asked, getting a little worried.
"You'll see." America said.
After a while, Japan saw the waiter pushing a cart of food towards them. Japan was shocked when he stopped in front of their table.
"Your food has arrived sirs." He said.
Japan's jaw dropped as the waiter started to lay four huge dishes in front of him. Each dish looked like it could feed at least two people. America started laughing, at the shocked look on Japans face. The waiter just gave Japan a look of amusement, and walked off.
"Dude, did you forget that you're in my country?" America asked. "You know for a fact that my portions are a lot larger here than at your place."
Japan thought for a moment, and then gave America a small smile. "At least we have something to give the others who were forced to eat Mr. England's food."
A/N: Americans are known for their large portion sizes. In fact, I doubt that anyone in the world doesn't know about this.