The Male-Version Hooters, Where People Come for the Sausage

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  1. Gotta say, the hooters women in the the one time I went weren’t the “best of the bunch.” It’d seem to an objective observer they were there to drive sex appeal away from the place! It was bad.

  2. So many things run through my head as I read this. For starters, if you haven’t read my posts- Letter to Ben & Jerry’s and Get a pair?- you will see why I feel a kinship to your posts.
    Okay, so I’m totally against the whole cargo pants thing. But I don’t know if I could eat with a g-string in my face. What about a nice compromise, like The Village People- tool belts, tight short shorts, and no shirt? Okay, this is soon going to be a gay hot spot for sure. And the Hooters commercial comment reminded me of this clip from Funny or Die. Not sure if you’ve seen it, but it’s a good one.

  3. When can I look for the restaurant franchise in my USA neighborhood?

  4. I can’t think of anything to say about this.

    Maybe there could be a corner where some of them dress up as fireman and pretend to rescue people from burning buildings.

    • HAHA! That would be a nice addition. I think the thing that is just so absurd about Meis Container is that to truly be comparative to Hooters, they’d really need to go balls-out (no pun intended) on the sex appeal. Fireman would be nice, though hahaha

  5. HAHAHAHAHAHA. This is so funny. I am sharing it on Facebook right now!

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