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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by *Sandy*, Jun 27, 2008.
Humm! is this fraud.
There was some scam years ago where if you did something you would get a free Chevy Blazer.
It was a blazer with "CHEVY" monogrammed on it.
why was she so bitter? maybe because she did more to sell beer than necessary?
i think i would have pissed myself and laughed out loud, if i got myself into something like that.
toyyoda. ha ha. funny.
Should you really be rewarded for selling the most alcohol? Isn't there an ethical issue in there?
But I agree - i'd be so p'ed off if I was given a toy when I thought I was getting a car
Bit of an old story this one - she sued the company who settled out of court. See here for details of this and other, similar cases
And not "a Blazer with "CHEVY"?
Mmmm, spelt the same, unlike the rip perpetrated on this woman ("d" instead of "t"), but the capital "B" denotes a proper noun, not an article of clothing.
Law suits are all in the details.
She works at Hooters? Looks like her customers are the ones who really got short-changed here.
Remember, beer glass bottom vision is very forgiving.
I wanted the elephant!
This is a couple of years old. Im to lazy to find out from when.
Oddly enough, the engine block on my old 1981 Cressida read "TOYODA".
And yeah, this is a pretty old story... But at least that toy Yoda could probably fetch a decent sum on eBay.
Especially if it's personally presented by the owner...
Size matters not. Look at me, judge me by my size do you?
I judge you by your fake hair.
If guys arn't staring, then you shouldn't be working there.
Ahh, Brum UK hooters girls
C'mon, she's only half a rack short of a Hooter's Girl.
Though it is sad that the Yoda looks like he'd fill out her t-shirt better than she does.