One of my all-time favorite lines from one of my all-time favorite movies. First person to guess the movie gets a prize.
I was flipping through the recent issue of Redbook magazine (yes, I subscribe, don’t laugh) and noticed a funny little tidbit.
According to the magazine, watering holes around the country are starting to hold “kids nights,” so their alcohol-craving parents can still go out and not have to worry about a babysitter. Some of the ladies who were interviewed for the piece thought it was a great idea, while others were horrified.
So, what do you think? Bring the kids or leave them at home? Don’t worry, no matter what your answer is, The Sandbar isn’t going to be allowing the youngsters in the bar anytime soon. Until we are blessed (?) with little Daves, and then I’ll be on the receiving end of that movie line.
Sweet Home Alabama!!
I also adore that movie line.
and the lovely heather wins a prize….
The Replay Lounge has early evening jam sessions with some good bands on Sundays and several people bring their kids to dance around. One witness said the kids are annoying but the bands are usually pretty good. It makes the parents feel like normal people again.
Ah, The Google. Ruins all trivia contests in .00001 seconds.
I’ve taken my kids to bars before. No real worries. I’m there to see the game, and they love the Shirley Temples. Everyone has always been exceptionally nice.
My vodka Sprite with a splash of grenadine looks a lot like the ST, so the bartenders and I always have a good laugh about not mixing up the drinks.
we usually let kids come in, depending on the day/time and their purpose.
lots of kids want to come in to see the fish tank, and if they’re young kids, and it’s not 11 pm, it’s usually okay.
if it’s a teenager, however, and an evening hour…generally not allowed.
reminds me of our annual “don’t drink the sprite!” warning to the youngsters (ahem, Andrew) during the annual float preparations…
The plot thickens! Now we know (or can assume) Fringes has kiddies. Hmmmm, a Texas girl with kids…. that really doesn’t narrow it down much. We need more clues.