Some view segregation as a bad thing. Me? I think separate but equal might not be so bad in certain cases.
At my morning constitutional I see someone placed their business card. It's not a bad idea as far as product placement goes but really it makes me think of the movie Opportunity Knocks ("Business decisions are not made in the BOARD room, but the BATH room.") (shout out to Dana Carvey for that line).
Anyways, seeing as how I'm just sitting there, I look at the business card. It's for a girl named Christina White. Christina, if you are reading this, please don't go into the men's room anymore. Boys have a thingy, girls have a yaya. That's clearly implied on the doors labeled Men's and Women's.
Let's keep the separate but equal bathrooms separate ok. They are certainly not equal, the girls have a couch and waiting room in their bathroom!
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YAHOO for the Opportunity Knocks movie quote. I LOVE THAT MOVIE. I used to watch it over and over when I was a kid. I can still hear him saying that line. Is that out on DVD?ReplyDelete
wow, 2 people have seen that movie. That's one more than I previously thought had seen it. :-)ReplyDelete
I'll go you one better...ever seen "Taking Care of Business" with Jim Belushi?ReplyDelete
Nope, don't think I've seen that one.ReplyDelete
Oh it's funny. Not as quoteable as Opportunity Knocks, but still a lot of laughs.ReplyDelete