HERE! A PICTURE, OF TGI FRIDAY'S SOLICITING GAY CUSTOMERS, BECAUSE IT DID HAPPEN.
Thank Gays It's Friday.
I'm too proud to go to TGI Friday's for Pride.
The doctor says I shouldn't go. I've got a bad case of the Dignities.
I already celebrated Pride at Rite-Aid, Sears, and The Olive Garden, so I'm just too tired.
Chain restaurants like this are evil, and I know The Gays are just another demographic to be exploited, but still, that's pretty cool.
And it's really daring of them to tell it to the world: even gay people can have lousy taste.
… taste which will be very much in evidence during Pride.
Is it time to play Gay or European?
Anyone standing around outside sucking teeth is likely Gay; anyone inside gleefully consuming American Fried Things (surrounded by bags from Filene's Basement and Nordstrom Racked) is probably European.
My gayness is hidden by a British accent, which is weird because my parents are American and I've never left the Eastern Seaboard.
My sense of pride is not strong enough to overpower my sense of taste and decorum.
WWGFD. What would Guy Fieri Do.
It's appealing to the protesters from Kansas.
I'm from Kansas, and the only protest I have is that I can't see the freaking evidence.
ARkansas doesn't count!
I'll try again, and maybe this time it'll be funny: It's appealing to the protesters from Tennessee.
it does if you're a former ARK now living in KAN.
Save some of the delicious Memphis-style ribs for the rest of us, gayses!
(Still looking at a white rectangle.)
Why do I sense Texarkana in your future?
nooooooooooooooooooooooo /stabs self repeatedly with sharp bbq rib
Yes, that was a mean thing to say. I take it back.
"The protesters from Kansas" works much better than Tennessee, given the whole Westboro Baptist thing.
GOD HATES BACON JALAPENO POPPERS
@pjh: I knew there was a reason I was thinking Kansas.
Maybe you should try Cracker Barrel instead.
errr i screwed up the tag. but whatever. the 70's were crazy, and so is Cracker Barrel.
I hear they are adding a different kind of "poppers" to the menu on the 27th.
New Jersey's gay gov prefaced his MMF threeways with dinner at TGIF's, so they've alway been a little gay:
In the soulless suburb where I went to high school, TGI Friday's was the closest thing we had to a neighborhood bar. In all that time, though, I had no idea it was that kind of bar.
TGIF in Manhattan is an affront to reason, but when I’m in nowheresville, I thank God for the TGIF happy hour and hope his merciful bounty is not exhausted by the aftermath of cheap beer and fried green beans.
Dying to know if there's a crossover between Union Sq. TGIF gays and Union Sq. Greenmarket gays on Saturday…but not enough to find out for myself.
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