Or so they say.
We are conducting very important research today in San Antonio while
we recover from last night’s exciting game and anxiously await
tomorrow’s National Championship game.
Right now we are sitting in Joe’s Crab Shack waiting on our food. We
chose this place because we recently heard a rumor that the one in
Kansas City had started serving a shark attack drink just like ours.
Sure enough- it’s not on the menu, but Dave asked about it and our
server said they just started doing it a few weeks ago.
It arrived in a schooner glass complete with the same shark we use,
with grenadine in a little plastic tube in the sharks mouth.
See for yourself.
What a rip-off! Too bad you can’t copyright a drink. Oh well, get drunk and have fun in Texas!
actually you can trademark a drink, tropical isle in new orleans gas trademarked their hand grenade.
They are also the place where we borrowed the shark attack from- that one wasn’t copyrighted- so I guess we can’t be mad that someone else borrowed it from us…
The crap shack probably stole their drink from this tropical isle too.
what?!? Silly Pattoo… The crap shack totally stole it from the world famous sandbar!!
Tropical isle actually used giant sharks for their drinks, and the drink wasn’t blue… Dave modified it to look like water. Joe’s uses an almost identical recipe as ours. China’s going to have to start making a lot more sharks.
The bigger question: what the hell were you doing eating at Joe’s Crab Shack?
Oh, right: you’re in San Antonio, home of the world’s biggest eatery-lined ditch.
fringes- that eatery-lined ditch was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. And yes, we were only at joe’s because we’d heard they were serving our drink.
Rock chalk national champs!!
Who is this elusive Fringes? Texan or secret agent sent to infiltrate the world famous Sandbar?
Aw, I’m just giving the Riverwalk a little Texas tease. San Antonio is like the redheaded stepchild, you know.
careful there, you’ll confuse brother pants by switching names on him…
red headed stepchild, huh? interesting. that was my first time in san antonio.
i do like texas.
You like Texas now, but I dare you to go down there in July! You’ll melt!