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December 18, 2009


Choir director takes students to Hooters

(Thanks to Baron vonKlyff and Horace LaBadie)


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wwhere was that choir director when I was in high school. I probably would have signed up for choir.

Discrimination. Where's the male revealing attire restaurant located.

Nothing like going out with a BANG!

*votes for teacher*

... article doesn't say if anyone got a waitress to lick their fingers for them - I kept trying but with no success...

Arizona is just living up to its reputation. Hooters was probably considered curriculum enrichment.

Oh, please. They're high school kids. They've seen much more skin on the Internet, their cell phones, video games, etc., etc.

They've got great wings!

(And I read Playboy for the articles.)

bonmot, those aren't the wings you're staring at.


Bet all the male students asked the waitresses if they were "wood"-wind players.

Gee. That's nothing. Our high school band director took us to New Orleans to march in Mardi Gras parades. Let us loose in the French Quarter - at night - with no chaparones. But that was in the late 60s.

Show me your wings.

Putting the glee in glee club.

Seriously, it's not illegal, and the place does not have an age limit. I can't fathom how it could be "inappropriate" other than that their ads are a bit boob-oriented. I see kids there all the time when I go.

The last time I was in a Hooters they had a pie eating contest for all the kids. They gave them all balloons. No, Siouxie, real balloons.

However, it's safer than going to Chuckie Cheese:


T shirt caption I saw in Key West...
"Please make your boobs stop staring at my eyes"

The biggest boobs are the officials suspending teachers.

The first time I met one of my oldest daughter's (now-ex) boyfriend, he tried to convince me that where he came from, Hooter's was a family-oriented, wholesome restaurant. That made me wonder about his family.
They do have good wings, although for some reason my wife makes me get take-out.

John McCain was there blowing on his soup. (He was thrown out of Applebee's.)

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